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4-H enrollment begins September, 2018, with numerous fun and educational events and activities for Lincoln Parish youth in grades 4-12.
There is something for everyone in 4-H. Meetings are held at Lincoln Parish schools and offer a wide variety of interests for all students.
(02/09/17) The St. James 4-H Foundation recently donated money to the Louisiana 4-H Foundation to establish the Kermit Coulon Memorial Scholarship.
(11/07/16) AgMagic at the State Fair, now in its eighth year there, teaches youth about agriculture and safety during four days of interactive school tours.
Children need a combination of many qualities and skills to succeed in school.
Eight elements critical to youth development and central to the 4-H experience emerged.
Why is parental involvement important?
This website is designed to give volunteers education and training from the comfort of their own home or office. Through this site, volunteers will be offered online educational modules. These can be taken for your own educational benefit or for advancement in the Master Volunteer Program (MVP).
(03/31/16) Arrows flew, clay targets were busted; and written tests were taken—all part of the 4-H North Louisiana region outdoor skills competition.
(03/04/16) For fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders, a week at the Louisiana 4 H summer camp is an unforgettable experience.
(03/23/16) 4-H’ers from throughout Louisiana learned that fitness can be fun and healthy eating doesn’t have to bust your budget.
(05/03/16) A dozen honorees were inducted into the Louisiana 4-H Hall of Fame on April 30, bringing the total to 193.
(05/05/16) The first ever LSU AgCenter 4-H and FFA State Rabbit Show was held at the LSU AgCenter State Evacuation Shelter in Alexandria on April 30.
(04/25/16) 4-H’ers from across the state competed in the 2016 State 4-H Commodity Ambassador contests.
Volunteer Leader Job Descriptions
Use the attached record sheets to record trainings, workshops and additional continuing education service hours.
Youth and adult volunteers play a critical role to support expanding the outreach capabilities in all LCES programming areas, including 4-H, Agriculture and Natural Resources and Family and Consumer Sciences. To help facilitate a better understanding of working with LCES volunteers, a Volunteer Policy (LCES PS-23) has been developed with input from agents, specialists and our human resource management office to provide guidance as well as direction in working with and managing volunteers.
Driving directions to the Louisiana 4-H Museum on La. Highway 1 in Mansura, La., from various cities in Louisiana and a link to an online map.