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1 edition of Why I Joined a 4-H club found in the catalog.

Why I Joined a 4-H club

by Lucille Morisey

  • 13 Want to read
  • 22 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radio scripts,
  • 4-H clubs,
  • National farm and home hour (Radio program)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLucille Morisey
    ContributionsUnited States. Department of Agriculture, National Broadcasting Company
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 sheet (2 pages) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26435030M
    OCLC/WorldCa1020701452

    For first year members, the project START is the first day you enroll in 4-H. For returning members, the project START is the last day of last year's Record Book or October 1. The project END is the date you turn in your Record Book or Sept At the start of the project year, list all the equipment you own (item). Consequently, the county 4-H office rarely has a list of clubs accepting new members. An exception is 4-H horse clubs, which are typically larger and often can accept new members. For a child wanting to join a 4-H club, this means that there may not be an existing club available to join.

    The following is a collection of fun games and activities 4-H youth will enjoy participating in during and after 4-H club meetings. We hope you will use them in your 4-H club and have fun with them. Recreation is Essential! eation in your 4-H club meetings is beneficial to your club members, your 4-H volunteers ticipate. eation hasFile Size: 1MB. Name of Your 4-H Club or Group Local 4-H Club Number of members in your club or group 35 5. If they printed this page from the web, it does not have a place for signatures. At this time, it is ok. Do not deduct points for that. For senior books advancing to state, we will need for them to correct it before state.

    have chosen to explore, and a few sentences explaining why they joined 4-H and why they chose the Exploring 4-H Project. eXPLoRInG 4-H MoDULe APPRoVAL FoRM – This page will be completed by the member and presented to the club’s General Leader and/or Project Leader. It asks members to choose six to eight modules to complete during the Size: KB. Explain what you have accomplished in 4-H this year. Make sure that the following information is included and that the information is clear and concise. 1. Introduce yourself including your age, interests, parents, sisters or brothers, where you live, where you go to school, and when and why you joined 4-H. 2.


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Why I Joined a 4-H club by Lucille Morisey Download PDF EPUB FB2

- Explore national4h's board "I Joined 4-H Because ", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about 4 h, 4 h club and Showing livestock pins. Why I joined 4-H My favorite movie My favorite summer sport A 4-H achievement I am proud of Irish saying A good book I read Favorite tongue twister My best subject in school Ways to improve our club 4-H Club Secretary | Meetings 8.

Call to Order President: “Will the meeting please come to. 4‑H in the News Google and 4‑H Work Together to Provide the Opportunity to Learn Computer Science West Virginia native, Decklan Thomas, doesn’t consider himself a programming whiz, but the opportunity to learn computer science through hands-on activities in 4‑H has expanded his perspective.

4-H record Books allow 4-H members to reflect on their yearly work completed as well as maintain records of project and club work. 4-H members demonstrate growth and measure achievements across their years in 4-H.

A record book is not meant to be a chore. Instead, it is a way to learn. Here are some important reasons why you should complete. and this is my 4-H Record Book. for the program year My date of birth is, my 4-H age (as of January 1 of the program year) was, and my 4-H age category was.

(Junior=, Intermediate=, Senior=) My address is. I am a member of the following 4-H club(s). My 4-H goals (the things I wanted to learn and accomplish) were. Why Do We Complete A 4-H Record Book. When and why you joined 4-H Finished record books are submitted to the 4-H member’s primary club leader for review in the beginning of the year; all books are then hand delivered by the Club Leader to the 4-H.

The first club was called “The Tomato Club” or the “Corn Growing Club”. T.A. Erickson of Douglas County, Minnesota, started local agricultural after-school clubs and fairs that same year.

Jessie Field Shambaugh developed the clover pin with an H on each leaf inand by they were called 4‑H. The impact of 4-H on my life went well beyond any single competition or club meeting.

As the 4-H pledge declares, I learned how to give “my head to clearer thinking, my heart to greater loyalty, my hands to larger service, and my health to better living, for Author: Rebecca Willen. A positive 4-H Club experience can turn life around for an at-risk youth or bring a shy child out of their shell, It can also strengthen leadership skills or teach the importance of community service.

Why 4-H Clubs. of rapid change in young people. 4-H Clubs have the opportunity to strengthen family ties and create good citizens. JUNIOR 4-H Story Keep this page in your record book Intermediates and Seniors, you do not need to keep this page in your book.

JUNIORS: You can fill in the blanks below or write a story in narrative format. Introduce yourself and your family. Tell why you joined 4-H and/or chose the project(s) you did. CLUB Based on materials developed by Gisela Weirich of Chelan County. 4 – H MOTTO TO MAKE THE Why I joined 4-H Some of the things my club did this year were My favorite parts of 4-H this year were Some things I would like to do better, improve upon, or do more of 4 – H RECORD BOOK.

6 Junior Record Book – Rev. My 4-H Story– Using complete sentences in the following bullets, explain your journey through 4-H this year. Tell us some things about you and your family that you want to share.

I joined 4-H this year because. 4-H Members must complete a community service activity and a demonstration in order to complete their project. The 4-H program also provides additional opportunities for leadership, exhibition, and judging. Record your involvement in these areas which may be within or outside of 4-H.

Record "none" or N/A where it applies. Add more lines as needed. The Valencia County 4-H Record Book is due October 15th each year.

The record book must be in the County Extension Office by PM on that date. The record book should include the following sections and be assembled in this order: 1. Cover – All portfolios must be submitted in the approved Green 4-H Record Book Cover.

I joined 4-H because. You want to put a paragraph about why you joined 4-H not just a sentence. Don’t put that your parents made you unless you can say extra about the wonderful experience it has been and you glad you joined and glad they made you.

Some things I File Size: KB. The first 4-H camp was held in as a national event in Washington, D.C. Camps are now offered in counties and states across the country. Sporty pennants commemorate meetings like the annual National 4-H Congress, which was held in Chicago and briefly in Memphis, Tennessee, before landing in Atlanta in Author: Natalie Schumann.

(1) Who you are and why you joined 4-H; (2) Things you have learned in 4-H (in other projects and activities in 4-H – not this project); and (3) What you like best about being a 4-H member. Project Story Suggestions for year olds: Part One: Describe experiences associated with this 4 File Size: KB.

Why I joined 4-H: "I joined 4-H because I was able to watch my brother Collin for two years, before I was old enough to join and participate in the Author: Berks Country. Record book at a glance.

A Texas 4-H Record Book consists of information that a 4-H member records over the course of a 4-H year that documents his/her goals, knowledge and skills gained, leadership experiences, awards earned, and service in his/her community.

•When and why you joined 4-H. •Things about your involvement in the recordbook category you are entering and the most important things that you have learned in 4-H. •Highlights of other 4-H projects and activities.

•How 4-H has helped you become a better leader and citizen and what you have. 4-H Project. Record Book (Complete one record book for each project) Year Project.

Years in Project (including this year) Name County 4-H Club. I declare that the information in this book is correct and all 4-H requirements have been completed, to the best of my knowledge.

MEMBER'S SIGNATURE. LEADER'S SIGNATURE. PARENT'S SIGNATURE.distribute a copy to each of your 4-H families. • The club budget is prepared following the information in the 4-H Club Treasurer’s Book (4-H ).

• The date and time of the meeting are set and every member knows about the meeting. This is usually the Secretary’s File Size: KB.Who is a member of the 4-H Club. The 4-H PLEDGE I pledge. My HEAD to clearer thinking, My HEART to greater loyalty, My HANDS to larger service, And my HEALTH to better living, For my Club, my Community, my Country, and my World.

THE 4-H EMBLEM A GREEN four-leaf clover with a WHITE H in each leaf. 4-H’ers learn by doing. The motto is.