2 edition of 4-H clubs and local leaders active in community recreation found in the catalog.
Caption title.A radio talk by L. R. Harrill, State Club Leader, Raleigh, North Carolina, delivered in the National 4-H club radio program August 4, 1934 and broadcast by a network of 58 associate NBC radio stations.Network: NBC; Date: August 4, 1934.
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Durfee & Peck. Letter from the Secretary of the Interior, in relation to the account of Messrs. Durfee & Peck for supplies furnished certain Indians during the winter of 1869.
4-H involves youth in community-based clubs, school enrichment programs and both group and individual projects to develop the individual's four "H's" - Head, Heart, Hands and Health.
Organize a community dog wash. Please contact your local 4-H office. Participate in program planning, development, and implementation; help recruit new members and leaders. All Frederick County 4-H members, except Clovers or first year members, are required to complete a 4-H Record Book to be eligible to participate in any 4-H activities the following year.
Share and talk about some projects the group might like. In support of this mission we:• Contact your local 4-H Educator.
Care for a neighbor's pet. Start a neighborhood watch program. 4-H has guides available for presidents, vice-presidents, secretaries, treasurers, news reporters and recreation leaders. Where do you go to school? This section is optional for a Bronze Project Medal. Assist an after-school little league or other sports program for younger children.
Use a lunch box instead of throwaway bags. No events available at this time. How many leaders should a 4-H club have? The Organizational Leader provides support, guidance, leadership and direction to 4-H members and leaders of various groups that are located in a common area, town or county.
Describe the projects you reported on.
Students will explore the ins and outs of the adventure industry and discover the management skills and techniques required in the field.
This offers the young 4-Hers a good founding in participating and running meeting.
Questions to ask right away when joining a club:• 4-H Camelid Project Record -• Write a letter to an elected official about an issue that's important to you or your community• Pictures on FRONT SIDE ONLY.
That depends on the size of the club and how old the members are.
Organize a recognition program for the volunteers who lead community organizations.