About 4-H
This past year, Jackson County 4-H had 645 members, 118 adult volunteers, 31 clubs where they could participate in nearly 200 different projects. Who can join you ask, anyone ages 5 and in Kindergarten to age 19 (as of Jan. 1st). Within 4-H there are many opportunities, such as scholarships, trips and becoming a youth leader. You will also gain outstanding leadership and quality experience which stimulates lifelong learning of values and skills. To join just give us a call at 740.286.5044 and we will help you find a club in your area.
County 4-H News
Attn: Older 4-H Members
There are many opportunities for older youth to take advantage of. Some of these are just around the corner.
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NEW! - County Bred Form~Must be turned in at Weigh-In
In order to be eligible for Top County Bred Awards, exhibitors must have their County Bred Forms signed by the breeder that they are purchasing the animal from verifying that animal was born in Jackson County. This form must be signed and turned in at Weigh-In or Tagging in order to be eligible for Top County Bred Awards.
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State 4-H News
Bazinga! Exploring STEM at Camp
Think you might want to be a scientist? A doctor? An engineer? Would you like to build a rocket? Or a robot? Ever wonder where your food comes from? Or, thought you might want to be a veterinarian when you grow up? If so, STEM Camp is for you!
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