Here's how to Join the Club:
Disability Awareness is our state and parish service-learning focus for the 2020-2021 year. Opportunities will be offered for you to participate in our statewide focus. Let's get busy making a difference in our community and state.
Congratulations to Ta'Kayia Powell for winning 1st Place in the Breast Cancer Awareness Poster Contest.
Congratulations to our pumpkin contest winners:
Largest Pumpkin - 1st Place - Nathan Sasser
Smallest Pumpkin - 1st Place - Carlisle Tomlinson
Carlisle also won the Statewide Smallest Pumpkin Contest! Her tiny pumpkin weighed in at 1.4 pounds.
Pumpkin Decorating Division 1
Pumpkin Decorating Division 2
Pumpkin Carving Division 1
Scariest - Nathan Sasser
Funniest - Conner Eggert
Most Unusual - Ta'Kayia Powell
Most Original - Jaylee Smith
President - Emerson Tomlinson
Vice-president - Carlisle Tomlinson
Reporter - Staci Smith
Photographer - Jaylee Smith
Addison Brown, Tristan Clark, Clay Pierce, Carlisle Tomlinson, and Emerson Tomlinson showed out at the Louisiana State Fair Livestock Show. Congratulations on a job well done!
The East Carroll Parish (ECP) Youth Coalition met on Friday, October 30 at the ECP Police Jury meeting room. The meeting was held in a hybrid format for members attending in-person and virtually.
ECP Police Jury President Kendall Thompson gave a general overview of legislative and administrative functions of the police jury which included enacting ordinances and resolutions, establishing programs, and setting policy for ECP.
Coalition officers were elected:
President - Simiya Whitty
Vice-president - Kedriona McLemore
Secretary - Charlidra Porter
Reporter - Maryanne Haley
Photographer - Kelvin Lane, Jr.
Health Officer - Kevin Thompson, Jr.
If you're interested in participating in the Shotgun Shooting Sports Program, please contact Mrs. Powell.
Grab your camera and get to shootin'! Deadline is November 6.
Rules and Regulations:
Calling all youth in 9th-12th grades! The 4-H junior leader experience is designed to provide members with an opportunity to learn about the qualities and competencies needed to be a leader. Junior leaders provide assistance with 4-H events and assume more challenging leadership roles. Our Junior Leader program is a great place to experience new things and learn the leadership skills necessary in the world.
Please join us on Friday, November 20 at 1:30 p.m. at Kendall's Community Park. This club is open to 9th-12th grades. Meetings will not exceed 50 people in attendance, social distancing will be practiced, proper handwashing or use of hand sanitizer will be utilized and face coverings are mandated in accordance with guidelines.
Feeling festive? Get in the holiday spirit by using your creativity to design a card for elderly residents in ECP. The best part about this event is the 2-for-1 feature: a 4-H contest and a service project rolled into one! Contest entries will be forwarded to elderly Lake Providence residents in December. All members of 4-H are eligible to participate.
Due date: December 11
The 4-H Honor Cord has the following requirements:
Application due: January 20
Applications for the 4-H Golden Clover Award for Junior 4-H members will be due on April 1. A club member may win the award only one time.
The purpose of this award is to encourage project growth and to recognize a broad program of 4-H club members who have shown outstanding leadership ability in their club and parish. A club member may win the award only one time.
Application due: April 1
Download a printable version of The Clover Journal November 2020pdf