The ’76 Clovers 4H Club held their November meeting at the home of leader Bethany Sutton in Norris City on November 4, 2021. The meeting was called to order by President Addy Sutton. Attendance was taken and three new members were welcomed to the club. Kallen Sutton read the October minutes and all members were in agreement. There were sixteen members, three leaders and three visitors present. Kallen and Lanson Sutton led the pledges. [Read more...]
A year of work was rewarded Saturday, November 6 at the annual 4-H Evening of Excellence Achievement Awards Night held at the Norris City High School in Norris City. Members and clubs received medals, prizes, and honors for their work completed September 2020 through August 2021. Every one of the 126 members of 4-H was called individually on stage to receive their awards. [Read more...]
The ’76 Clovers 4-H Club held their October meeting at Boyd Park in Norris City on October 7, 2021. The meeting was called to order by the leader at 3:38 p.m. and adjourned at 4:07 p.m. Kate Vollman took attendance. There were ten members, two leaders and four visitors present. Cole Roberson led the 4-H pledge and Kallen Sutton led the American Pledge. [Read more...]
White County 4-H is celebrating 100 years of 4-H clubs in White County. The U of I Extension office has t-shirts available for order. Amy McCarty has provided some old photographs from earlier 4-H clubs and projects. [Read more...]
Illinois 4-H volunteers empower and prepare youth for success as the program relies on its more than 15,000 volunteers to fill key leadership and mentoring roles. Longtime volunteers and former staff members were recently honored by the Illinois 4-H Foundation for their selfless dedication to the University of Illinois Extension 4-H youth development program. [Read more...]
The White County 4-H Livestock Show was held Wednesday, July 14 at the White County Fairgrounds in Carmi. 4-H members exhibited their animals in classes for Beef Cattle, Goats, Sheep, and Swine. In the Goat Show, Promiss Roser showed the Grand Champion Dairy Doe with Daisy Roser showing the Reserve Champion Dairy Doe. [Read more...]
The busiest day of the year in the world of White County 4-H began at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, July 13 at the White County Fairgrounds. Members brought in their general projects for conference-style judging. Members have worked a full year on everything from visual arts projects to photography to crops and woodworking.
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