NEWS

  1. 2018 New Camp Counselor Applications Now Available

    Sep. 01, 2017

    Going to camp is more than fun and games around the campfire! Ohio 4-H’ers are learning by doing as camp counselors. They are developing job skills that employers say are lacking in many new entrants to the job market, but are key to success in the workforce of the 21st century. Camp counseling gives 4-H’ers job skills they can add to their resume, for success now and in the future. *

  2. Fair Evaluation and Award Nomination Packets

    Aug. 08, 2017

    Please encourage your advisors & parents to participate in 4-H project award nominations. Nomination forms are due to the Extension Office by 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 31, 2017.  Nominations received after that time will not be considered by the selection committee.

  3. Level 2 Food Safety Online Training and Proctored Exam Available through Warren County Extension

    Apr. 13, 2017

    All Ohio food service facilities at a risk level 3 or higher as per the issued food service license are required to complete Ohio Level 2 Foodservice Food Safety Manager Certification.  

  4. Enter the 2017 National 4-H Beekeeping Essay Contest Today!

    Jan. 05, 2017

    Sponsored by: The Foundation for the Preservation of Honey Bees, Inc. Ohio entries must be submitted directly to the state office by midnight, February 16, 2017.   Essay Topic
  5. 2017 Therapy Dog Informational Classes

    Nov. 18, 2016

    sponsored by the Warren County Clover Canine 4-H Club

    Learn more about what therapy dogs do; Give your dog experience being around medical equipment; and practice for the test to become a certified Therapy Dog International (TDI) handler.

    These informational classes are not a requirement to become Therapy Dog Certified, but provide excellent background information and practice sessions prior to an evaluation.  

    When:  Mondays, January 9, 16, 23 and 30 from 7 - 8 pm.  
          TDI Evaluation Date: Saturday, February 4.

  6. 2 Warren County Youth Selected for 4-H Teen Leadership Council

    Sep. 07, 2016

    Congratulations to Leah Brown and Garrett Brown who have been selected to serve on the 2016-17 State 4-H Teen Leadership Council.    Leah will serve at the Gold Level, adding officer responsibilities to her role on the Council. Garrett has added committee responsibilities to his role as a Green Level Council member.     We look forward to hearing more about your opportunities and achievements in these roles!  
  7. Leah Brown selected for Achievement Award

    Aug. 03, 2016

    The 2016 Ohio 4-H Achievement Awards were presented recently at the Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center in Columbus and Leah Brown was recognized with the Rabbits Achievement Award which was sponsored by Steve & Cindy Rasmussen.  
  8. Clover Canine 4-H Club to Offer Therapy Dog Training

    Nov. 25, 2015

    Interested in having your dog certified to do therapy work?

    The Clover Canine 4-H Club will begin training on Monday, January 4 at 6:00 pm in Building A at the Warren County Fairgrounds.  The cost is $35.00 for training and testing (one dog/one handler). An additional $40 will be paid to the Therapy Dog International for registration, ID Badge and insurance for dog and handler once the test has been passed.

  9. Clover Crusaders Spruce Up Camp Graham

    Aug. 11, 2015

    Last spring, the Clover Crusaders 4-H Club was awarded one of twenty "My Hands To Larger Service" mini-grants to plan and implement a community service project.  Their plan was to use grant funds to buy materials to provide homes for the natural wildlife around the camp, while improving conditions at the camp for the many 4-H campers and others who who visit the camp each year.

    This Warren County club developed a presentation as part of the required display about their project for the Ohio State Fair. 

    Check it out for yourself!  

  10. Scholarships Awarded at Senior Reception

    May. 20, 2015

    Families, 4-H Committee members, Food & Fashion Board members and Extension staff joined in to celebrate the accomplishments of our 2015 graduating seniors.  More than 80 people were in attendance.

    As part of the celebration, Warren County scholarship winners were announced.  

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