Get Outdoors Day is an outgrowth of the Get Outdoors USA! campaign, which encourages Americans, especially our youth, to seek out healthy, active outdoor lives and embrace our parks, forests, refuges and other public lands and waters.
Check out our running list of Open Shows and other activities. This is not a collective list, but they are the ones we have received information about. We will update this as we get information.
Are you a K-5 educator looking for FREE Professional Growth Plan points? Have you always wanted to incorporate outdoor activities into your classroom but didn't quite know how? Register for "The Nature of Teaching: Health and Wellness" workshop for a great opportunity to learn the benefits of connecting children with nature, earn free Professional Growth Plan points, and maybe even a $200 stipend!
See the 2016 Lawrence County 4-H Handbook for all exhibit requirements and guidelines!
Want to be certified in First Aid and/or CPR? Come to our newest SPARK Club on April 30, 2016! Great for Camp Counselors, Babysitters, and more!
The animal identification process will be the same as last year. There will no longer be paper enrollment forms for animals. Instead, you will identify them through 4HOnline. Read this article for instructions.
This is a listing of the 4-H Clubs, leaders and where their meetings are usually located. A 4-H'er may be a member of more than one club.