OSU Extension, Hamilton County
4-H News and Happenings
Saturday, March 16, 2019
Tony Staubach, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development
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- Hamilton County Chick Quest On TV!
4-H Chick quest was featured on WLWT and WXIX this past week. Check out the great exposure and great outreach programs provided by Hamilton County 4-H!
Read More: https://www.wlwt.com/article/chickquest-is-a-program-out-of-osu-that-teaches-kids-to-care-for-chicks/26771661
- Volunteer Enrollment
If you are an ongoing volunteer or new to 4-H don’t forget to enroll as a volunteer. New volunteers must schedule an interview with our 4-H Educator, Tony Staubach. Returning volunteers must re-enroll on 4-H online or contact Tony Staubach for assistance.
Read More: https://hamilton.osu.edu/program-areas/4-h-youth-development/volunteer-opportunities
- Dog Training Season
The 4-H dog training sessions will begin again in April. If your child would like to take a dog project for the first time this year, please contact Cindy Capannari at email@example.com to get on the dog program email list. This is how you will find out all the information regarding training sessions, required paperwork, and more.
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- 4-H Calendar for Families, Partners and Community
We’ve updated our 4-H calendar and started using a google calendar. You’ll be able to subscribe to this calendar for easy viewing on your phone. The calendar is also available on our website. Follow the link below to learn about important updates.
Read More: https://u.osu.edu/hamiltoncounty4h/2019/02/06/osue-hamilton-county-4-h-calendar/
- Project Book Survey
Each year we ask members and volunteers at the Ohio 4-H Conference to take a survey about 4-H project books. This year we collected over 150 responses! The survey asks mainly about preferences for print or digital project books, although questions about basic demographic information—such as county, role in 4 H, and years in 4 H—and a place for comments are included too. It is a quick and anonymous process; no personal identifying information is asked.
Complete the Survey: https://osu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dpxAPKf2K66zoqh
- Poultry Workshop
In partnership with Hamilton County Soil and Water, Hamilton County Extension and 4-H is hosting a Poultry Workshop. Free to Farm Bureau Members. This workshop will also county as Quality Assurance for those youth exhibiting poultry.
Read More: https://hamilton.osu.edu/events/poultry-workshop
- Endowment and Fundraising Update
Hamilton County 4-H has been part of youth education for more than a century. Through community clubs, camps, in-school and after-school activities, and summer programs, 4-H creates fun through learning. Help us expand our reach by building our endowment.
- ChickQuest 2019
ChickQuest 2019 is back for another year. As OSU Extension, Hamilton County gears up to bring the science of the life cycle we ask that you sign up for one of our trainings using the link below. We will also be looking for homes for dozens to hundreds of chicks on May 1st and May 8th.
Read More: https://hamilton.osu.edu/program-areas/4-h-youth-development/school-enrichment/chickquest
- Hamilton County 4-H Fun Run Sponsorship
We are excited to announce that on Sunday, September 29, 2019 Hamilton County 4-H will host its annual 4-H Fun Run and Walk at Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum. Proceeds from the run will be used to expand the reach of Hamilton County 4-H and provide Hamilton County youth hands on, self-directed learning experiences that enrich lives and prepare our youth for future success.
Read More: https://hamilton.osu.edu/events/4-h-fun-run
- OHIO CHEVIOT BREEDERS STARTER FLOCK AWARD
The Ohio Cheviot Breeders Association (OCBA) is seeking applicants for the Jim Cluff Memorial Starter Flock Award. The OCBA started the contest in 1994 to award a Cheviot starter flock to an Ohio youth up to 17 years of age. The winner will receive a one-year membership in the OCBA, one bred ewe the first year, one ram the second year and in the third year the youth will donate a lamb to continue the award. The application deadline is September 30th. For an application and contest rules please contact the Ohio Cheviot Breeders Association Starter Flock Committee Chairperson, Tabitha Weisend, at 740-459-9751.
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- Quality Assurance Dates
Thurs., Apr. 18, 2019
6:30 – 8:30pm
4210 Dane Ave
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