4-H - Lancaster County - April 19

Dressage Clinic Entries Due April 24

 The Lancaster County Horse VIPS committee and Esprit de Corps 4-H Club are offering opportunities for 45-minute clinic rides with judge Marie Maloney on Sunday, May 5 at the Lancaster Event Center – Pavilion 3, the day following the Spring Fling Dressage Schooling Show. A limited number of riders... Continue reading…

4-H Garden Project

 4-H families are invited to participate in a special garden project, growing the vegetable, Okra ‘Carmine Splendor.’ Seed packets are available April 30, on a first-come, first-served basis. The cost is 50 cents for one seed packet per family. Please stop by the Extension office front desk to... Continue reading…

Clover College, June 25-28

Amazing Engineering workshop at 2018 4-H Clover College4-H Clover College will be held Tuesday, June 25–Friday, June 28. Open to youth ages 6 & up (as of June 25). Registration will ONLY be available online this year! Walk-in or mail-in registrations will NOT be accepted at the Extension office. Registration opens May 1 at noon for 4-H members.

More details at: http://lancaster.unl.edu/cc

Sheep & Meat Goat Weigh-in, May 14

 4-H/FFA market sheep or market meat goat exhibitors planning to participate in the performance class based on rate of gain at the Lancaster County Super Fair must have their lambs and goats weighed on Tuesday, May 14, 6–7 p.m. at the Lancaster Event Center – Pavilion 1. All lambs and goats will... Continue reading…

April Spotlight on 4-H Newsletter

 Nebraska's “Spotlight on 4-H" newsletter for 4-H volunteers, members and families is packed with information and resources. March issue is now online and being mailed to club leaders. Topics include: Flood Response, Club Recognition, Careers, Horticulture Judging Contest and Growing Leaders in 4-H.

More details at: https://go.unl.edu/xt2r

Nebraska 4-H Gives Back

 The Nebraska 4-H Gives Back program is an opportunity for a 4-H member or a team of 4-H’ers to make a meaningful contribution to their community. Formerly a part of the Diamond Clover program (Level 6 service learning project), this award recognizes the impact that 4-H youth make in their... Continue reading…

Originally published April 19, 2019 - Submit an Item