Still time to register for this great event. Www.4honline.org
Young people in the 4-H community learn leadership, citizenship and a vast array of life skills that
Still time to register for this great event. Www.4honline.org
SUPPORT THIS AMAZING TEAM, They work hard and build great leadership skills!
Help Virginia Tech raise $5,000 for the project: 4-H State Cabinet. Your gift will make a difference!
VA 4-H TEEN SUMMIT
Save the Date! Our spring Virginia 4-H Teen Summit will be held Friday May 20 – Sunday May 22 at the Skelton 4-H Center. This event is open to youth age 14-19 and is focused on social justice issues such as LGBTQ+ rights, mental health, racial justice, the environment, education, food insecurity, and much more. The goal of the summit is to create a safe space for youth to talk about advocacy and issues that impact them, and how to create change in their communities. For more information about the event and registration please contact 4-H agent Bethany Eigel ([email protected]) or any of the Chesterfield 4-H teens currently serving on the summit leadership team:
Andrea Farag: [email protected]
Zona Eigel: [email protected]
Lindsay Broman: [email protected]
Back in Person!
Clovers and Business Bunch meeting in person at Central Library, Monday, March 7, 2022 at 6:00pm. If you are interested to join 4-H come see is us. (Mask required)
Joann's Clovers for Kids Campaign starts February 1
National 4-H Council and JOANN Fabrics and Crafts store has teamed up again with an extended campaign for 2022. During this campaign, customers have the opportunity to donate at checkout or online to support the local 4-H program. Funds raised will go directly back in to the Chesterfield 4-H program to be used for youth scholarships and programming locally. Please consider shopping at our local Joann’s for your next crafting supplies purchase and making a donation. You can visit the Midlothian branch located at 125 Perimeter Drive. The campaign runs through April 30, 2022.
IN PERSON EVENT CANCELED An Evening with Virginia 4-H
Due to the increased surge in COVID cases, An Evening with Virginia 4-H will be postponed. We will recognize the contributions of our Virginia 4-H Youth in Action winners and announce the overall 2022 Youth in Action winner in a virtual ceremony on Jan. 20 at 7 pm. Please join us using the following link. https://virtualleadershipexperience.com/va4h/
We invite you to save the date and join us for the 100th State 4-H Congress Celebration on June 23 on the campus of Virginia Tech. During this celebration, we will recognize The Hon. Jewel Bronaugh, United States deputy secretary of agriculture, as the 2022 Emerald Clover honoree and the Invest in the Future of the 4-H Centers Blue Ribbon committee as the Friend of 4-H.
We appreciate your continued support to “Make the Best Better” with Virginia 4-H.
For more information please contact:
Jamie Lucero, [email protected] or (540)231-9666
An Evening with Virginia 4-H Welcome
Are you a youth with a great business idea? If so, the Youth Entrepreneur Boot Camp class brought to you by the Cooperative Extension department is for you!
This fun class will be “Shark Tank” style where the top three presenters will earn start-up capital to fold into their business, plus preferential consideration as a youth vendor with the Chesterfield County Farmers Market!
To learn more and to register, visit https://forms.gle/zaNqm4REedCos4By8. The deadline to register is Feb. 20.
Please join us to recognize the achievements of our 4-H youth and the contributions from our 4-H supporters. Enjoy a cocktail and heavy hors d’oeuvres reception with fellow members of the Virginia 4-H community, followed by a recognition ceremony in the historic Carpenter Theatre within the Dominion Energy Center in downtown historic Richmond.
7- 8 p.m.
Cocktail Hour and Heavy Hors d’oeuvres
First Floor Lobby
8 - 9 p.m.
Cost to attend in-person is $44 per person
There is no cost to attend this event virtually, however, registration is required to attend in-person or virtually.
Register by Jan. 10
For event assistance and hotel block information please contact:
Jamie Lucero, [email protected] or (540)231-9666.
Exciting announcement to share 📣📣📣
The teen counselor application for 2022 4-H Camp is now available!
Applicants must be at least 14 years of age (on or before January 1, 2022) and no older than 18 years of age by September 30, 2022.
Deadline to apply is September 8!
Camp Loud and Clear was developed over 10 years ago to give deaf and hard-of-hearing children and teens the opportunity to experience 4-H Camp. Holiday Lake 4-H Center is proud to partner with Longwood University and a dedicated team of professionals, parents, and volunteers to make this program possible.
Holiday Lake 4-H Educational Center, also known as Surrender Grounds Forest and Holiday Lake 4-H Camp, is located within the confines of Appomattox-Buckingham State Forest near Appomattox, Appomattox County, Virginia
With the on-going list of things to "get done" and the continuation of the pandemic, many of us are not "resting" and it's negatively impacting our physical and mental well-being, our productivity, and even our relationships. Join as we discuss how to properly rest (not just sleep) to help us press....
Join Virginia 4-H online event 28 January at 7pm
Great activity for for K5-12th - sign up free on this link:
Our Club President Andrea Farag one more time aerving our community. She volunteer this weekend wrapping fllowers at the Sunflower Festival at Fresh Branch Farm . Also participated at Chesterfield 4-H Friends, Master gardeners and families presentation today learning about the sunflower growing process and how they build this precious yellow waves of flowers. ☘️🌻💚
You can still visit the farm today and tomorrow to pick you own flowers
FREE ONLINE TOMORROW
Balancing Life: K-12 Schooling Q&A Session
Friday, July 24 from 10:00-10:30 am
Register for Zoom Webinar: https://virginiatech.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Fso4qpwOQzaFp7hViT4g7g
We will also livestream this session through our VCE page: https://www.facebook.com/VirginiaCooperativeExtension
Led by current Virginia Teacher of the Year, Andrea Carson Johnson and her colleague, a previous Teacher of the Year, Ariane Williams. They will discuss what schooling will look like this year (whether in the building or virtually), the expectations for parents, support for students in exceptional education, & take questions live from participants. Please send any questions you definitely want answered to [email protected]
“Balancing Life” is a weekly series held Fridays at 10am. Recordings from previous sessions can be found at: https://bit.ly/3dcSAnl
Our President Andrea Farag will be panelist on this meeting today. Join zoom meeting at noon. free to tall.
Check out this opportunity for students!
Join this student-led conversation on Thursday, July 23, at 12pm! Two of our very own, Miles and Andrea, will be panelists!!!
Click here to register: https://virtualleadershipexperience.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Virginia-4-H-Teen-Racial-Understanding.pdf.
Join our BB President on a jewelry class NOW
Great virtual 4-H Volunteer Leaders today
🍀We've got spirit, yes we do! We've got spirit, how about YOU?! 🍀
Join in Spirit Week starting next Monday 4/27! Get creative and show us how much you love 4-H! 💚
An Evening with Virginia 4-H event at The Carpenter Theater. Our Club President was one of the talented youth selected to perform during the opening of the event. She did a great job! 4-H is proud to have so many talented youth, was very entertaining variety of talent that night. ❤️
At our meeting today we made christmas cards for the stockings we already made at previous meetings to give to Seniors this Christmas
Our President, Andrea Farag is participating this weekend at the first
4-H Teen Summit: Let Your Voice Be Heard, in Richmond VA.
We had our award ceremony today closing one more year of adventures.
If you are interest in Joining 4-H you need to register at www.4honline.com
Our Club President just won the title Miss Chesterfield County Fair Teen Princess 2019!! Congratulations Andrea Farag Looking forward for a great year of great adventures! Oh Yes, she also won some prices at the 4H craft competition at the Fair ! 💕🌟🎡👑
August Meeting - we prepared posters to display our club at the Chesterfield County Fair . Get your crafts, food, projects ready to compete at the 4H and Jr divisions at the fair....
If you participated on the 4-H District Competition last weekend, you are elegible to participate on this
4-H Southeast District Competition in New Kent VA, lots of great talent.
During the month of September, 4-H is inviting your kids to participate in . Watch your grow by participating in hands-on learning activities that help your kids develop essential life skills. Be sure to invite your friends and family to participate in this movement by sharing this post. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2BeDEGT
Calling all 4-H artists! Submit a photo of your artwork and you could be selected to be featured in the 2018 4-H youth artwork calendar.
April Meeting- making marble paper designs
Check out summer camps with the 4-H Chesterfield County
To receive a full refund (less $50 processing fee) you must cancel in writing by May 8, 2018. Allow 8 weeks to process refund.
We had a great meeting today making jewelry at BB Club. Don’t miss next meeting on 5 March at Chester Library.
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