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INDIANA STATE FAIR
AUGUST 7 - 23
 
 


Find the ♥ of 4-H
2015 North Central Region 4-H Volunteer e-Forum
Get energized as you network with volunteers, county-based staff and state specialists from the 12 states in the North Central Region! Leave with new ideas you can use to infuse heart into your 4-H programs!
 
Programs include:
October 8 - 7pm - The heart of Belonging - Learn how to guide youth in developing a list of club or group expectations that accommodates all members, to support youth with special needs, and discover resources to help you in your role as a caring adult. Leave with activities that will help you foster positive behavior, belonging, and inclusion in your club!
November 5 - 7pm - The heart of Community - Volunteers in this session will be prepared to help youth find their voices as they become actively engaged in their communities. The session will include resources and models to incorporate mastery, belonging, generosity, and independence as you include citizenships activities in 4-H settings.
December 3 - 7pm - Encouraging the heart of Leade rship - Young people do not magically become leaders at age 13! Leadership is nurtured from their first 4-H experience. You’ll receive tools to help inspire youth of all ages to discover and develop independence and mastery.
Find the of 4-H at:
Clark County 4-H
Extension Office
9608 Hwy. 62
Charlestown, IN 47111
 
To register for the e-Forum, contact Katie Whiteford, at 812-256-4591; kcarunch@pudue.edu
The 2015 4-H Volunteer e-Forum has been developed and provided by the
12 states of the North Central Region.

 

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Clark County 4-H Memory Bricks - Make a permanent place in 4-H history by purchasing a "Memory Brick".

Memory Brick Order Form

 
 

 
 
We are looking to update our sheep and
goat barns to make it a safer and more
efficient place for our 4-H families.
You can help support the
Clark County 4-H by purchasing a
new pen or panel.

For more information on how you can purchase a pen click here.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Purdue Making a Difference
How is Purdue Extension helping Hoosiers? Check out our Making A Difference page and see what's been happening in Clark Co. and around the state! Check out the You Tube video. http://www3.ag.purdue.edu/counties/clark/pages/default.aspx.
 
 
Mission Statement
“The purpose of this organization shall be to encourage and promote the use of better agricultural and home economics practices among the youth of Clark County in the State of Indiana by devising ways and means of assisting, planning, financing, and conducting of 4-H club agricultural and home economics enrollment and exhibits, and providing premiums there-for and educational trip awards and expenses thereof, and the doing of any other thing or things conductive to the progress of the youth of said county in agricultural, horticultural, and home economics pursuits, development, and attainments.”

 


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