4-H INFORMATION
    Below is Information and a List of  the Related Websites on the Subject
This page was last updated on: July 8, 2012
LINKS
County 4-H Web Sites in Ohio
Scioto County's Office is located at Courthouse Room 7, 602 Seventh St., Portsmouth OH 45662-3948  Phone (740) 354-7879  Office Hours: Monday- Friday: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm


National 4-H Council
National 4-H Council is located at 7100 Connecticut Avenue Chevy Chase, MD 20815.

National 4-H Headquarters
National 4-H Headquarters is located at 1400 Independence Ave. SW, Washington DC 20250-2225

National 4-H Supply Service - 4-H Mall
Order Your 4-H Supplies
Centennial Items
Garfield Items
Volunteer Items
Holiday Items
Pens & Pencils
4-H Fabric
USA & 4-H Flags
Custom T-shirts
Curriculum
Educational Resources
Photo Books
Horse Books
Trophies
Ribbons
Plaques
Medallions
Clothing

Showing Sheep as a 4-H Project
This article was e-mailed to breedersworld.com by a local 4-H agent.  It is an excellent resource for new 4-Hers interested in the sheep project.

State 4-H Web Site
Wondering if your state has a 4-H homepage?  Links to all state 4-H homepages currently available on the internet. From your state link, you can click on your county and  to find out about 4-H clubs and programs in your area and how to get involved

4-H Clip Art  & Graphics
Oklahoma 4-H Resourses
California 4-H Youth Development Program
Ohio State University Extension
Florida 4-H Clip Art & Graphics Gallery


4-H Virtual Farm
Visit 4-H Virtual Farm and discover why farming is part of your life even if you have never lived on a farm, never seen crops grow in a field, or never touched a cow.
What is 4-H?
4-H is a non-formal educational, youth development program offered to individuals age 5 to 19. Regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, gender, or handicap.  Ohio 4-H membership is for young people age 5 or in Kindergarten through age 18, as of January 1.
Youth are involved in hands-on, experiential learning that allows learning by doing. All 4-H programs focus on active involvement and quality experiences which stimulate lifelong learning of values and skills

The 4-H Motto
"To Make the Best Better."

The 4-H Pledge
I pledge:
My head to clearer thinking,
My heart to greater loyalty,
My hands to larger service and
My health to better living, for my Club, my Community, my Country and my World.

The 4-H Creed
I believe in 4-H Club work for the opportunity it will give me to become a useful citizen.
I believe in the training of my HEAD for the power it will give me to think, plan and to reason.
I believe in the training of my HEART for the nobleness it will give me to be kind, sympathetic and true.
I believe in the training of my HANDS for the ability it will give me to helpful, skillful and useful.
I believe in the training of my HEALTH for the strength it will give me to enjoy life, resist disease and to work efficiently.
I believe in my country, my state and my community and in my responsibility for their development.
In all these things I believe, and am willing to dedicate my efforts to their fulfillment.

The Official 4-H Emblem
Is a green, four-leaf clover with a white "H" on each clover leaf. The four H's stand for Head, Heart, Hands, and Health.

The National 4-H Creed for Leaders:
  I BELIEVE:
The 4-H member is more important than the 4-H project.
Learning how to do the project is more important than the project itself.
4-H'ers should be their own best exhibits.
No award is worth sacrificing the reputation of a member or a leader.
Competition should be given no more emphasis than other fundamentals of 4-H work.
Enthusiasm is caught, not taught.
To learn by doing is fundamental in any sound educational program and is characteristic of the 4-H program.
Generally speaking, there is more than one good way to do most things.
Every 4-H member needs to be noticed, to feel important, to win and be praised (leaders, too).
Our job as leader is to teach 4-H members how to think, not what to think.
Source: anonymous 

4-H Activities to Print Out
Maze - Follow the Path to the 4-H
Maze - Follow Chris Clover to the 4-H

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