CLOVER CHRONICLEVolume 11, Issue 9
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Dear 4-H Family:Hope everybody had a happy fair!! If you did not see my Facebook page during the Fair, I want to share the following post from Alissa Woodward. I hope it makes you laugh as hard as it made me!“Well, now that my last year at the fair as a 4-Her has passed, I’ve decided to make a list of the things I’ve learned during my own experience that I’m sure many of you campers can relate to:1.) Despite what you think, you did NOT pack enough socks. And by the end of the week your camper will smell like feet.2.) Whatever Vickie and Janine says, goes.3.) You do not have friends in your club. You have family. You fight and bicker like family and you help and love each other like family.4.) Fair ‘crushes’ are real and they are very serious, weeklong relationships.5.) A child’s project is THEIR responsibility, not their parent’s.6.) You can easily spot visitors amongst campers and 4-Hers. They’re the ones who don’t look sleep deprived and dirty. (My personal favorite!)7.) Fair food is a blessing and a curse. Proceed with caution.8.) Even if you don’t know how to square dance, go to the square dance!9.) Our animals are our priority all week.10.) Your parents and club help you and support you a tremendous amount all week and deserve a huge thank you.My time in 4-H has been amazing and I will truly miss it. I want to thank everyone who has made this such a great part of my life. I’ve learned so much! I love you all.”If any other alumni have something to share about what 4-H has meantin their lives, send your thoughts to me and you can get a front pageof a Newsletter.
4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills
Janine Yeske, Extension Educator4-H Youth DevelopmentJefferson County DirectorOSU Extension, Crossroads EERA
Ohio State Fair Livestock Judging Winners:Sara Waggoner – 3rdin Goat Tyler Bly – 13thin Beef
Ohio State Fair Placings…Congratulations!!! Jefferson County was well represented at the 2015 Ohio State Fair.Communications Day J-05 – Senior Individual – Jordan Vance – Clock TrophyJ-06 – Junior Individual – AndrewWetherell–Outstanding of the DayJ-07 – Jr. Individual – Thank You Card – Amanda Boring –Outstanding of the DayCompanion Animals J-15 – Christian Hoffman – Outstanding of the DayDog Showmanship Junior B – AndrewSaiter– 15thPlaceEngineering Day J-22 – Rope – AndrewWetherell– Outstanding of the DayTractor Day J-01 – Junior Tractor Division – Nathan Lucas – Outstanding of the DayFood & Nutrition J-14 – Let’s Start Cooking – Faith Bell – Outstanding of the DaySelf-Determined J-02 – Senior Self-Determined – BriannaPiergallini– Outstanding of the DayHorse:AllisonLamantia– 7th– Training Level – Test1 - DressageAllisonLamantia– 8th– IntroLevel - DressageSarahRoberts – 2nd– First Level, Test3 - DressageClass19 – DanielleLish– 6th– Hunter Under SaddleClass46 – Samantha Glenn – 5th– Ranch PleasureClass51 – Hunter Johnson – 4th- Western HorsemanshipClass90 – Holly Valentine – 8th– Junior TrailHorseSkillathon:9 Year Olds Jenna Anderson – 4thCarly Long – 6thLily Larkins – 7th11Year Olds DanaKellar– 6th12Year Olds Courtney Cooley – 14th13Year Olds Holly Valentine – 4thKira Head –8th14 Year Olds Samantha Glenn –9th15 Year Olds Winona Valentine –13th16 Year Olds AllisonLamantia– 8thPaigeEverly– 13thPoultrySkillathon:10 Year Olds Cameron Best – 3rd11 Year Olds Delaney Johnson – 8th12 Year Olds Hayden Johnson –3rd
A Message from Collegiate 4-H Members regarding the 2015 Carving New Ideas Workshop…WHEN: November 20-22WHERE: Camp OhioWHO: 9-12 Grades (Minimum age of 14 at the time of CampCarving New Ideas is a camping opportunity for older 4-H youth, concentrating on the principles of critical thinking and program facilitation. Campers will explore hands-on workshops that encourage ideation in critical areas of 4-H programming such as health,agriscienceand STEM.If you are interested in attending and getting more information on cost, etc., please contact the office. KathrynWhinnerywants Jefferson County to be represented at this event so check your schedule and try to make plans to attend.
Every Year, publications are revised, replaced or discontinued. Please check the following…To be Discontinued To be Revised or Replaced379 – Get in the Act 167GPMChickQuestTeacher Guide380 – Project Citizen – Level 1ChickQuestStudent Logbook381 – Project Citizen – Level 2 357 – Alcohol & Drug Abuse446 – Money Fundamentals 358 – The Truth About Tobacco447 – Money Moves 420 – Outer Layers489GPM – Breads of the Harvest 540 - Rope509 – Robotics 1 558 – Creative Writing510 - Robotics 2 644 – Exploring Our Insect World 1603GPM – Weather Together 691 – Vegetable Gardening695GPM – Go Plants! 710GPM – OhioCloverbudManual – Series I970R – Tools for Public Speaking 711GPM – OhioCloverbudManuarl– Series II997 – Camp Counseling Handbook
SAVE THE DATE…The Annual Volunteer Recognition Banquet will be held on October 27, 2015 @ the Jefferson County Joint Vocational School. Your invitations with more information will be coming soon!!!
Ohio State University Extension embraces human diversity and is committed to ensuring that all research and related educational programs are available to clientele on a nondiscriminatory basis without regard to age, ancestry, color, disability, gender identity or expression, genetic information, HIV/AIDS status, military status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status. This statement is in accordance with United States Civil Rights Laws and the USDA.Keith L. Smith, Associate Vice President for Agricultural Administration; Associate Dean, College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences; Director, Ohio State University Extension; and Gist Chair in Extension Education and Leadership.For Deaf and Hard of Hearing, please contact Ohio State University Extension using your preferred communication (e-mail, relay services, or video relay services). Phone 1-800-750-0750 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. EST Monday through Friday. Inform the operator to dial 614-292-6181.The Ohio State University, The United States Department of Agriculture and Jefferson County CommissionersCooperating.
JEFFERSON COUNTY FAIR – EXTENSION BOOTH CONTEST WINNERS:Friends & Neighbors Liberty Gals & GuysEach of the clubs received $160.68. Congratulations to both of them!!!!
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN A COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT FOR YOUR CLUB?You might be interested in the C(ancer) D(ietary) I(niative) Monthly Food Distribution that is held from 10:00-11:30 a.m. on the 3rdSaturday of each month at the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Steubenville. CDI services needy cancer patients of theTeramanaCancer Center who are struggling with treatment costs.Volunteers sort food, pack bags and then move bags from the basement of the church to the parking lot for disbursement to the patients. They offer a lunch at 11:30 for all volunteers and the work is done by Noon.As most of the volunteers who run this program are older, they desperately need young people to help with this worthy cause. In June, these volunteers served 91 families who are dealing with cancer.If you are interested, please contact [email protected] 740.264.1823.This is a great cause and I hope that some of you can make the time and helpout.
JEFF. CO. POULTRYSKILLATHON WINNERS:Todd &KeirstenMazzaferroGina & KaitlynSkatulaAlana Doyle & Olivia HuffEach of these adults won a $10 giftcard fromRiesbecksandeachyouth won a Burger Kingkid’smeal. ThanksRiesbecksandBurgerKing and to all who took the test!!