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Family Fun with Chickens!

The above flyer highlights a fun program put on by the Quitman County 4-H/FACS Agent. Registration for this chicken program is still up even though the initial registration date has passed. This is an educational and free virtual program for youth to engage in at home. Baby chicks have already…
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Civil, Racial, Equity, and Social Justice related Training and Resources

Access, Equity and Belonging Topics Coming Together for Racial Understanding Southern Regional Development Center’s Coming Together for Racial Understanding has ECOP support and Rachel Welborn has done a wonderful job leading its development. Link to website: http://srdc.msstate.edu/civildialogue/ Background: In late 2016, the Extension Committee on Operations and Policy (ECOP) charged…
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2020 Photo Contest

A great way to engage and showcase youth talents is through the 4-H Photo Contest! Please consider promoting the Georgia 4-H Photo Contest in your local area. Youth ages 4th-12th can participate. Submissions are due August 26th. Photo contest rules, deadlines, and related details: https://georgia4h.org/wp-content/uploads/Photo-Contest-20-Guidelines.pdf I look forward to seeing…
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Stand Strong: Creating a Culture of Caring

LSU is excited to assist in furthering your mission of educating youth about positive strategies to manage conflict and bullying through teaching the Stand Strong curriculum. Our shared vision is to work toward the goal of educating and preparing youth to become productive, contributing citizens today and forever.      This curriculum…
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Living Your Finacial Experience

Check out the one-minute program overview VIDEO! It highlights the importance of educating young people on financial responsibilities. I was shocked by some of the statics shared!  Through the Living Your Finacial Experience (LYFE) program, students will have opportunities to:  delve into the economics of consumer decision–making  practice strategies to achieve financial independence …
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National 4-H STEM Challenge

The 2020 National 4-H STEM Challenge (formerly National Youth Science Day) will be celebrated in October.  The 2020 Challenge, Mars Base Camp, is designed for youth ages 8-14 and develops STEM skills such as mechanical engineering, physics, computer science, and agriculture. All Air Force Bases are highly encouraged to participate…
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Zoom into Science

August and September’s “Zoom into Science” sessions feature a variety of interesting topics from a wide array of guest speakers. You may consider hosting a viewing party at your Extension office, community center, etc.  Anyone can participate – – – they just have to register!  We’ve also seen great success…
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Upcoming Forum

Opportunity4All Forum Join us for a powerful discussion that brings together the voices of young people and adults in solutions that create opportunities for all youth. Featured panelists will include 4-H youth leaders from across Extension supported by adult partners, experts and influencers. National 4-H Council President & CEO Jennifer…
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4-H Friends and Journey Resource

As we prepare for the school year 2020-2021 and the challenges that we face due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will make an effort to place a publication order for Friends and Journeys publications/magazines. We realize that back to school approaches and statuses are in flux and are not “business…
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The Just in Time Equity Dialogue Guide

Dear 4-H Military Colleagues, You may be receiving this from other sources, however, I wanted to share this with our military-connected partners on this listserv. These resources were developed through the 4-H Program Leaders Working Group (the entity providing national leadership to the implementation of 4-H) and the Diversity, Equity…
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