The Indiana 4-H Youth Development mission is to provide real-life educational opportunities that develop young people who positively impact their community and world.
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The 2018 Dubois County 4-H Fair Queen Contest is set for Sunday, July 8, 2018 at the Jasper High School Gym. New for 2018 Junior Miss and Pre-Teen Contest will be held on Saturday July 14 at Cedar Crest Elementary.
New for 2018, to exhibit beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, sheep, meat goats, dairy goats, poultry and rabbits, all 4-H members in Indiana must be certified through the YQCA program.
While this is a new statewide requirement, it should not be viewed as just another rule, but rather as an important educational opportunity for 4-H livestock members.
The Junior Leader project allows 4-H members in grades 7-12 the opportunity to provide their Adult 4-H Volunteers with additional assistance in their 4-H Clubs and related activities. Jr. Leaders also serve as mentors and role models to the younger 4-H members by sharing their experiences with them.
The forestry project will help you to learn how to identify trees, uses of trees, the benefits of trees, and the importance of our woodlands.
Do you have a wild imagination or enjoy escaping into your own world of fiction? If so, submit a creating writing project to showcase the endless adventures that await.
Dubois County 4-H beef program and related activities (such as workshops and tours) provide youth with a fun and hands-on learning experience which develops both beef subject skills (such as nutrition, housing, and health care) and life skills (such as responsibility, decision-making, nurturing, and communications). Skills are learned under the direction of caring adults.