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  1. Weekly 4-H Update April 12, 2021

    Apr. 12, 2021

    Clark County 4-H Families and Volunteers:

  2. 4-H Weekly Update March 27, 2021

    Mar. 27, 2021

    Clark County 4-H Families and Volunteers:

    While on vacation last week, I used the Clark County Combined Health District on-line process to register for my COVID-19 vaccination and found the process to be easy and straightforward.  I received my first COVID-19 vaccination this week.  I arrived at the Upper Valley Mall Vaccination site and was checked in, vaccinated, monitored for any reaction, and scheduled for my second vaccination – all completed in 30 minutes.

  3. Clark County Weekly 4-H Update March 14, 2021

    Mar. 14, 2021

    Clark County 4-H Families and Volunteers:

    There is still time to invite a friend to join 4-H with you.  This year’s 4-H Enrollment deadline is April 15.  Everyone must enroll or re-enroll on-line.  Go to https://oh.4honline.com/ to enroll.  You may access the direct link to enroll on the Clark County 4-H App under Clubs and Enrollment and complete enrollment off your phone. 

  4. Clark County Weekly 4-H Update March 6, 2021

    Mar. 06, 2021

    Clark County 4-H Families and Volunteers:

    One year ago, I was in Florida on vacation when COVID-19 first became our new reality.  My phone blew up with texts and calls wanting to know what would happen with 4-H for the year.  Would there be Fair or Camp?  Should we buy animals for 4-H projects?  2020 may not have been the 4-H year we wanted, but we made the BEST of the hand we were dealt.    

  5. February 27, 2021 Weekly 4-H Update

    Feb. 27, 2021

    Clark County 4-H Families and Volunteers:

    Governor DeWine announced this past Thursday that Ohio’s Fairs can move ahead with planning for full Fairs this summer.  I know that is exciting news not only for 4-H families, but the entire Clark County community.  The Clark County Fair Board is making some major improvements to the Clark County Fairgrounds including: 

  6. Clark County 4-H Weekly Update - February 19, 2021

    Feb. 19, 2021

    Clark County 4-H Families and Volunteers:

    As 4-H clubs start meeting again, we encourage you to invite friends to join 4-H.  When new families and youth attend club meetings either virtually or in-person, remember to make them feel welcomed.  Remember your first 4-H club meeting, did you know everyone in the room.  Probably not!  Even with COVID-19 protocols to follow, you can still spend some time getting to know fellow members and families. 

    Ice Breaker Ideas that Require No Props for Your Next 4-H Club Meeting: 

  7. Clark County 4-H Weekly Update February 13, 2021

    Feb. 13, 2021

    Clark County 4-H Families and Volunteers:

    Looks like Ohio finally has a winter with snow and cold.  Remember that your animals need extra care and attention during extreme weather events.  Snow and ice increases the risk for accidents from falls both by you and your animals.  Frozen water does not encourage animals to eat.  Make sure your animals have access to clean, fresh water.  

  8. Weekly 4-H Update February 5, 2021

    Feb. 05, 2021

    Clark County 4-H Families and Volunteers:

    Many 4-H clubs will be holding 4-H meetings in the upcoming weeks.  4-H clubs can currently choose to hold meetings virtually or in-person under very specific guidelines. 

  9. Clark County 4-H Launches Mobile App

    Feb. 03, 2021

    OSU Extension – Clark County 4-H staff have worked together with mobile app developer Grandstand Apps to create and publish the first ever Clark County 4-H Mobile App.  The app is now available for download through both the Apple App Store for iOS devices and Google Play App Store for Android devices.

    To get started using the Clark County 4-H App today, simply go to your Apple or Google Play App Store on your device and search for “Clark County 4-H” and then download and install it on your device.

  10. January 29, 2020 Clark County 4-H Update

    Jan. 29, 2021

    Last night, today and tomorrow, 4-H club advisors had an opportunity to be the first to see and experience the Clark County 4-H App. We invite all 4-H families, volunteers, parents, grandparents and supporters to download the Clark County 4-H App. Scan the bar code below or do a quick search for Clark County 4-H in your Google or Apple App store to download.

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