We don't have to say it but, wow 2020- what a year! This months update covers a few important updates. Feel free to respond with any questions.
Join Tony Staubach, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development to learn the basics of photography.
The secret to a good picture isn’t in the editing, it’s in the original snapshot. Learn about equipment, lighting, composition, skills, and story telling.
Location: ZOOM Cost: Free
Details: You will need a camera or cell phone with a camera.
Join Extension Educator, Tony Staubach as he makes veggie pizza as part of the Let's Start Cooking SPIN Club.
The Virtual SPIN Club has been meeting for four weeks and has taken students on a journey thourough the kitchen while teaching skills on health, safety, and how to accurately measure ingredients.
Last week youth learned knife skills under the instruction of Tony Staubach and under the watchful eye of their parents who all graciously agreed to be on the call during the lesson to ensure safety.
While the global pandemic has changed the way we work and live, Hamilton County 4-H Youth Development is moving forward with five projects to improve the program and involve more youth!
1.) Organizational Self Assessment
21 Participants, 175 kilometers, and $300 raised at this years virtual Cincinnati Buckeye Run!
While the pandemic has changed how we engage with our community our shifted much of our programming to a virtual format, events like the Second Annual Cincinnati Buckeye Run still occurred in a different way.
In 2020, participants were asked to register online and were encouraged to donate, though the event was offered free of charge.
Join us for a special Tony Talks to Teachers about Environmental Justice with colleague and friend Mary Dudley.
Are you looking for opportunities to engage students in hands on learning, virtually? In 4‑H, we believe in the power of young people. We see that every child has valuable strengths and real influence to improve the world around us. The pandemic has only strengthened our resolve to provide youth with meaningful sparks that prepare them for a life of success.
Invite Hamilton County 4-H into your virtual classroom this fall through:
Hamilton County Extension, 4-H Youth Development is excited to partner with Green Umbrella's Food Policy Council to support the 2020 Farm to School Educator Workshop, September 19, 2020 from 8:30AM to 12:30PM. This virtual workshop will prepare teachers to address the challenges of Farm to School education in the classroom and virtually.
It's all about 4-H this week as Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development talks to his Greene County Counterpart Rebecca Supinger about 4-H and the Fair. Rebecca Supinger joined OSU Extension in 2012. She serves as the Extension Educator for 4-H Youth Development in Greene County. Rebecca received her undergraduate degree from Bowling Green State University and studied Early Childhood Education. She attended the University of Dayton where she studied Higher Education Administration.
Equity, accountability and compost! Join Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development, Tony Staubach as he chats with Abby Strietmann, Erdkinder and Agriculture Teacher at Clark Montessori High School.