Junior Leaders Meeting ~ Tuesday, January 28th, Cardo's, 6:00-7:30pm


The 4-H Junior Leaders Club is open to any teens ages 13-18 as of January 1st. We typically meet on the Third Tuesday of the Month but sometimes have other activities and events instead of a regularly scheduled meeting. The club focuses on Educational, Service and Social activities.

The Junior Leaders Club will be held on Tuesday, January 28th from 6:00-7:30 at Cardo's Pizza Please pass this word along to older youth (those who are ages 13 and up).  If you would like to get the buffet it is $8.55 if you have a 4-H Discount Card.  We will have some extra 4-H Discount Cards there if you need one.  You do not have to purchase the buffet though.  This is a great opportunity for teens to be involved in fun, educational and exciting activities. I realize that teens’ schedules are very busy and they may not be able to make it to every meeting or event, but I would encourage them to come when they can and try to get involved.  Many of the teens are participating in numerous events that are taking place throughout the year.  Call 740-286-5044 for more information or contact Erin Dailey at dailey.108@osu.edu


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