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OSU Extension, Hamilton County
4-H News and Happenings
Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Tony Staubach, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development | 513-946-8986

  1. Poultry and Rabbit Clinic (with Pullorum Testing)
    April 27th the annual Poultry and Rabbit Clinic will take place at 9105 Luther Lane, Cleves, OH 45002 from 9-12 (rabbits) and 1-3 (poultry). Move through different stations to learn; about Poultry and Rabbit diseases and treatment, Poultry and Rabbit anatomy, different breeds of Poultry and Rabbit, nutrition and practice Showmanship – Rabbit, Turkey, Duck and Chicken.
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  1. Partner Spotlight- Rothenberg Rooftop School Garden
    With their annual fundraiser on May 25th, what better time to give a shout out for our amazing partner, the Rothenberg Rooftop School Garden. For years, 4-H has been collaborating with the RRSG. Through curriculum support, volunteering, and membership on their board of directors, it has been a privilege to work with this amazing space and even more amazing people.

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  1. May 31 4-H Breakfast
    While the location is still to be determined, please mark your calendars for May 31st at 7:00AM. Roger Rennekamp, Associate Dean and Director, OSU Extension will be hosting a 4-H breakfast for Hamilton County to official kick off our fundraising efforts for our Hamilton County 4-H Endowment and to share an update on 4-H in Ohio. An RSVP link will be available soon.
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  1. Online Volunteer Training (1.50) and Recruitment
    Do you want to become a 4-H volunteer? We can always use your talents and treasures. If you are already a volunteer, do not forget to complete your Child Abuse and Reporting training. This year we are offering the training online. Visit the link below to learn how. All current volunteers must have their training competed by May 22.
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  1. 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.

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  1. ChickQuest 2019
    ChickQuest 2019 is back for another year. Thanks to the L&L Nippert Chertiable Trust, we are able to offer this program free to Title 1 schools. 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. A full report of this year’s activities will be available on June 15.
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  1. 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. The Kinder Garden School and Spring Grove have already signed on as sponsors of the event. 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.
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  1. Quality Assurance Makeup Date

Sat., May. 18, 2019

10:30am – 12:30pm

Quality Assurance

4210 Dane Ave

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