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4-H ACHIEVEMENT RECORD BOOK—2014 THURSDAY - JULY 10 - 8:30 – 9:00 A.M. Project Check-in NOTEBOOKS Comments from Judge – to be announced No State Fair Exhibits The Achievement Record Book is to assist you as a 4-H member with record keeping and will help with resume writing in later years. Also, it provides a detailed scrapbook of your 4-H Career. This form is designed so that you record all information now and important items can be selected later when working on Accomplishment Resume
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4-H enrollment in Fulton County is for youth in grades 3 - 12. Youth may become 4-H members when they enter grade 3 and may continue as a member through grade 12, regardless of age, with a maximum of 10 years participation.Membership in Fulton County 4-H Clubs is open to all persons regardless of race and/or national origin or sex. EXPLORING 4-H Boys and girls in Kindergarten, 1st & 2nd grade during the school year (Sept. 1 - May 31) may be Exploring 4-H members. The Exploring 4-H program
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Fulton County 4-H Aerospace Project Information
Mark Kepler writes a weekly agricultural newspaper article for the local paper. Below is this weeks column about winter shrub damage. At the end of the article are links to previous articles about various subjects of local interest.
Looking for current Farmland information for the Fulton County area? The Purdue Crop Guide, Purdue Publications, Annual Surveys of Indiana Farmland Values, Farmland Leasing Resources, Indiana Custom Rates, and The Purdue Agricultural Economics Reports(PAER).
Fulton County Extension Homemakers offfer a CAREER ADVANCEMENT SCHOLARSHIP. Fulton County Extension Homemakers Association, is an organization affiliated with The Cooperative Extension Service of Purdue University and is interested in furthering education, leadership and community volunteerism. IEHA is offering a scholarship to Indiana homemakers who are twenty-five (25) years of age or older.
Health and Human Sciences Educator, Megihann Leininger writes about a range of topics. In this letter her focus is on Spring. Some of the topics include "Spring Trivia", "Spring Planting Ideas", the Fulton County Homemakers annual "Spring Fling", and a "5K Fun Run/Walk" co-hosted by Cass and Fulton County Extension Homemakers. There is also a list of upcoming events and an extension of the application deadline for the Fulton County Homemakers Extension scholarship.

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