Nominate 4-H volunteers to receive recognition for their contributions to the Marion County 4-H program.
Every year Irma gets frustrated because she spends more money than she wants on holiday spending. She's not sure where her money goes, she runs out of money before all gifts are purchased, and she has no money to host the family holiday gathering. To help her learn how to control her spending we are going to provide her with some options to help her-and you-keep track of her holiday spending.
Johnson County will once again be offering a Purdue Master Gardener Basic Training Class. Classes are scheduled for Tuesdays from 6 pm - 9 pm, January 9 through March 27 at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Franklin, IN. The 12 week class provides gardeners with education on gardening and horticulture topics so that they can become volunteers to help others grow.
4-H Academy @ Purdue is a program held at Purdue University specifically designed to offer students hands-on, exciting opportunities to learn about a diverse selection of subjects and careers. During this conference previously known as 4-H Science Workshops, participants will meet and learn from professors, graduate students and other experts in their respective fields and participate in interactive activities and experiential learning. Participants stay in a Purdue University Residence Hall for
4-H member must be at least 15 years of age and in 9â€‹th grade or higher by June 15. This one time trip is an exciting experience for 4-H members and other youth to go to the nation's capital and learn more about the meaning of citizenship. Listening, learning, sharing, receiving, caring and touring combine to provide a deeper respect and understanding for our American heritage and the principles, processes and structures of the U.S. government.
State 4-H Chorusâ€‹ workshop is four days in length. Youth will improve their vocal and choreography skills as they prepare for a show choir performance during 4-H Round-Up. State 4-H Chorus members also perform at the Indiana State Fair on 4-H Day. Any youth entering or currently in high school may apply. Selection is made by the State 4-H Chorus Director and Coordinator.â€‹
4-H Round-Up is an exciting opportunity offered to youth who have completed grades 7, 8, and 9. Attendees have an opportunity to explore a variety of careers by attending classes created just for Round-Up attendees at Purdue University. Participants will get a taste of college life and will live in a Purdue Residence Hall for two nights. Youth have an opportunity to meet others from across the state and further develop their leadership skills. Recreation events are planned in the evenings and bl