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Ashley County 4-H Program. Making the Best Better. Diane Mashburn - County Extension Agent- 4-H/Agriculture. 4-H Mission. 4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential, working and learning in partnership with caring adults.  -National 4-H Council. 5 Year Overview. Ashley County 4-H.

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Ashley county 4 h program

Ashley County 4-H Program

Making the Best Better

Diane Mashburn- County Extension Agent- 4-H/Agriculture


4 h mission
4-H Mission

4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential, working and learning in partnership with caring adults. 

-National 4-H Council



Ashley County 4-H

  • 144 4-H members (up 32%)

  • 11 4-H clubs- 3 new clubs

  • 1958 youth contacts


Ashley County 4-H

  • 7 Community & Project Clubs

    • Aggies 4-H Club

    • Bullseye Bandits 4-H Club

    • Conservative Consumer Teens 4-H Club

    • Outriders 4-H Club

    • Kids 4 Kids 4-H Club

    • Pine Hill 4-H Club

    • Smarties 4-H Club

  • Afterschool 4-H Club- Allbritton- Lucky Clovers 4-H Club

  • 3 In-School 4-H Clubs

    • Portland 4-H Club (new)

    • Wilmot 2nd Grade 4-H Club (new)

    • Wilmot 5th Grade 4-H club (new)


Ashley County 4-H

  • 1958 youth

    • 49.8% of Ashley County youth

    • 8771 contacts

  • 4-H Afterschool

  • Ag in the Classroom

  • Nutrition Education

  • People’s Garden

  • Other School Enrichment programs


Citizenship

“…For my club, my community, my country, and my world”

-4-H Pledge


4 h teen leaders
4-H Teen Leaders

  • 11 Youth involved

  • Teambuilding

  • Leadership

  • Provide input for 4-H programming


Adult volunteerism
AdultVolunteerism

  • 22 adult 4-H volunteers

    • Increase of 6 since October 2011

  • 104 adults assisted with 4-H programming

  • 670 adult volunteer hours

  • Time valued at $14,599.30


Youth volunteerism
YouthVolunteerism

  • Community garden

  • Recycling ink cartridges/cell phones

  • Coke tabs for Ronald McDonald House

  • GP Water Ways Festival group helpers

  • Ashley County Fair

  • Ashley County Relay for Life

  • Servers at various banquets and dinners


Community garden
Community Garden

  • Collaboration with the Hometown Health Coalition

  • Fall garden

  • Harvested 58 bags of produce

  • Donated to

    • Helping Hands

    • Montrose Food Pantry


Gp water ways festival
GP Water Ways Festival

  • 16 teen leaders served as group leaders

  • Extension agents conducted lessons on water related topics



O rama s
O-Rama’s

  • County O-Rama

    • 31 youth participated

  • District O-Rama

    • 20 youth participated

    • 13- 1st place

    • 5- 2nd place

    • 2- 4th place


O rama s1
O-Rama’s

  • Arkansas 4-H O-Rama

    • 11 participants

    • 4- 1st place winners

    • Two 2nd place, one 4th place, one 5th place & two 7th place

    • 2nd place team- Consumer Judging


O rama s2
O-Rama’s

  • State Advanced Journal Winner

  • State 4-H Journal Scholarship


Conferences
Conferences

  • Teen Leader Conference

    • 6 Delegates

  • Citizenship Washington Focus

    • 4 Delegates

  • National 4-H Congress

    • 1 Delegate


Trips
Trips

  • Arkansas 4-H Foundation Excellence Gala

    • 5 teen leaders

  • A Day with Temple Grandin

    • 11 teen leaders

  • 4-H State Camps

    • 2 youth


4-H Science

4-H is working to reach a goal of engaging one million new young people in science programs by 2013.

-National 4-H Council


4 h science
4-H Science

  • Horticulture projects

    • 4-H Afterschool

    • Ashley County Fair

    • Community Garden


4 h science1
4-H Science

  • Livestock projects

    • 2 livestock project clubs

    • 41 youth enrolled

    • Ashley County Fair- 13

    • Southeast District Fair- 3

    • Arkansas State Fair- 3


4 h horse
4-H Horse

  • Outriders 4-H Club

  • 18 active youth

  • 3 horsemanship-related workshops

  • Competed at

    • District- 6 youth

    • State- 4 youth


4 h science2
4-H Science

  • Aerospace

    • 4-H Club Members

    • 4-H Afterschool students

    • Ashley & Drew County youth


4-H ScienceOther Enrichment

  • Summer programs at Crossett Public Library

    • Soda Bottle Rockets

    • Plant Science/Herb Gardening


4 h science school enrichment
4-H ScienceSchool Enrichment

  • Arkansas Agriculture

    • State crops

    • Uses for crops

    • Portland

  • Hamburger Farm

    • Hamburger ingredients from field to plate

    • Portland & Wilmot

  • Ladybugs- Life Cycle

    • Crossett


Healthy Living

“Gives youth the tools needed to stay in shape, prepare healthy food and practice good personal hygiene.”

-National 4-H Council


Broiler bar b que
Broiler Bar-B-Que

  • Workshop- 16 participants

  • Competition- 14 participants


Shooting sports
Shooting Sports

  • Shooting Sports

    • Firearms safety, proper firearm use, & sportsmanship

    • Received Friends of the NRA Grant for equipment- $1000

    • 3 youth competed at the Arkansas 4-H Range Events Competition

    • Competited in 6 disciplines


4 h fun day
4-H Fun Day

  • Collaboration

    • Arkansas Game & Fish Commission

    • Crossland Zoo

  • 31 youth and adults

  • STEM Activities

  • Fishing

  • Food

  • Utilized as promotional tool


Ross photography contest
Ross Photography Contest

  • 8 county entries

  • 2 state entries

  • Displayed around Ashley County


4 h awards reception
4-H Awards Reception

  • Recognized

    • 4-H members participation

    • County 4-H O-Rama winners

    • 4-H volunteers

    • 4-H leader of the year

    • Various 4-H participation



4 h foundation
4-H Foundation

  • Annual Letter Campaign- $3025

  • Bulb Fundraiser- Clubs- $885

  • Friends of the NRA- $1022

  • Scott Tractor Co. Scholarship- $1500

  • Ink Cartridge & Electronics Recycling- $1020.80

  • Car Washes, Pizza Nights, etc.- Cost of State O-Rama, CWF, and TLC


4 h program
4-H Program

  • Improve quality of clubs

  • Expand visibility of 4-H program

  • Increase incorporation of 4-H mission mandates

    • Science, Citizenship and Healthy Living

  • Increase involvement of 4-H Teen Leaders

  • Increase general 4-H participation on all levels


Questions
Questions?

We cannot always build the future for our youth. But we can build our youth for the future.

- Franklin D. Roosevelt


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