A poster label needs to be placed in the lower right hand corner of all posters and entomology box.
Speciality 4-H Clubs focus on a specific project area. Clay County Speciality Clubs include ATV, Poultry, Sharp Shooters (Archery), Clay County Plowers (Tractor), Dog, Horse & Pony, Swine, Top Shots Shooting Sports (Rifle & Shotgun), Goat, Junior Leaders, Rabbit, and Beef.
4-H Members in Clay County have the opportunity to participate in the 4-H Club of their choice. These clubs meet throughout the county.
Who: Students currently in high school; are not required to be enrolled in 4 - H
What: Learn about science and careers. Interact with Purdue University faculty & industry professionals; meet new friends from across Indiana.
When: June 8 - 10, 2016
Where: Purdue University
The Extension Homemakers Clubs are sponsoring an Adult & Youth Open Class in Home Economics at the county 4-H Fair. This event is open to any adult or youth (including 4-H members & others) who is a present resident of Clay County or who is a member of a Clay County Extension Homemakers or 4-H Club, if residing out of the county. The committee is urging all interested people to enter.
The showing of livestock, and 4-H as a whole, is intended to be a learning experience for members. It is incumbent upon a member participating in a livestock project to provide primary care and grooming of their animals throughout the project's entirety. It is recognized a member will need assistance on occasion by livestock superintendents, adult leaders, other members, family members and adults. It is the expectation of the Clay County 4-H Council Board of Directors that any assistance prov
According to the 2013 Community Assessment for Older Adults in Owen and Monroe Counties, 50% of adults are caregivers. Through various community programming efforts, we have seen that caregiving is a tough job and one that often goes unnoticed with little support for the people giving care. Please complete this brief survey that will be used to asses the needs of caregivers and identify the strengths and gaps within caregiving in order to improve resources for our communities.