STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER 4-H'ers end fair run early
The magic ended five days early for Liberty BayBridge and about 120 of her fellow 4-H’ers.
A performer in a 4-H arts troupe putting on a show entitled “Magic,” Bay... Posted on 9/4/09 at 5:42 AM
Douglas County 4-H’ers participated in the annual Share the Fun Program at the Osakis Public Schools auditorium on Sunday, April 7. The talent and skit event involves youth ages kindergarten through one year post high school.
Where did Berkshire swine originate?
What is colic?
What is a ruminant animal?
These are just some of the topics that Douglas County 4-H Project Bowl members studied to gear up for Regional Project Bowls.
This year, 17 youth from Douglas County attended a junior leader workshop (JLW) “Bring Out Your True Colors with 4-H” on October 18-19 at Faith Haven Camp near Battle Lake. The camp’s focus was to be proactive in developing leaders in grades 6-9.
4-H at the Minnesota State Fair is not just a fun annual event. Every summer, thousands of 4-H youth participate in the state fair to showcase the knowledge and skills they’ve gained throughout the year, and to continue their learning experience. More than 130 of those 4-H exhibits were from Douglas County.
Fall is a busy time for Douglas County 4-H’ers as they complete the 4-H year by competing at state events. The 4-H State Horse Show was held at the State Fairgrounds Coliseum and the AgStar Arena September 14-17.
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