The purpose of 4-H record sheet completion is to teach members how to keep records, which is an important life skill. Record keeping is an ongoing process that should not end when the 4-H year ends. 4-H strives to connect the life skills learned or practiced during the planning, creation, and exhibition of 4-H projects.
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.
The 2017 Dubois County 4-H Fair Queen Contest is set for Sunday, July 9, 2017 at the Jasper High School Gym.
The Dubois County 4-H electricity project provides youth with educational information about electricity and how it can be used to benefit the human race. These fun-filled, hands-on learning experiences are provided under the direction of caring adults.
The Dubois County 4-H Cat Project provides youth a fun and hands-on learning experience that develops life skills, as well as teaches valuable information about properly caring for their animal. Subjects such as general care, nutrition housing, and health care are presented in the curricular materials, through workshops and in preparation of an exhibit. Youth also have the opportunity to develop responsibility, decision-making, nurturing, and communication skills through active participation in
Mini/Exploring 4-H is a program designed to encourage positive development of children, kindergarten through second grade. The goal of Mini/Exploring 4-H is to help young children explore friendships outside the family; explore the way in which things work; practice both small and large muscle control; and think about the ways people work together on projects.
What is in it for me?
The gardening project introduces youth to vegetable gardening. You will learn about planning a vegetable garden, planting, fertilizing, different vegetable pests, harvesting, storage techniques and careers.