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2018 Champion Chow Food Challenge

Reported by 4-H’ers Colby, Mikayla and Della The Champion Chow Food Challenge is a program for 4-H youth ages 5-18 to compete in creating a themed menu, a place setting and preparing one food item from their menu. They meet … Continue reading

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Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month. What does this mean to us in youth development? This means that the month of March has been designated as a time to reflect on the contributions that women have made to society. In the … Continue reading

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Liberty 4-H Club

Savannah Williams, Reporter Peyton Jaeger, Photographer March 9, 2018 Wow! Let me paint a picture of our night at the Liberty 4-H club, where there was a lot of fun cooking! We had a meeting to start off the night … Continue reading

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Liberty 4-H Club

by Savannah Williams, Club Reporter February 9, 2018 Tonight, members of the liberty 4-H club were judged on foods they had made themselves. The clovers were to make a cookie recipe; they made things such as, Peanut Butter Cookies, S’mores … Continue reading

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George Washington Carver Day

This event was designed to expose students to the contributions made to the fields of science, agriculture, education, and art by this notable African American. George Washington Carver . Continue reading

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4-H Winter Wonder Lab

On a cold winter morning, the youth of Baltimore County engaged in hands-on experiments to explore more about how agriculture and science are interconnected. Investigations were conducted to determine how advances in agriculture can help solve human issues surrounding food … Continue reading

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From the Desk of the Educator

By Vernelle Mitchell-Hawkins Online Volunteer Renewal – Beginning in 2018, volunteers will be required to complete the annual volunteer renewal process online.  Using the 4-H Online platform volunteers will be able to update their contact information, complete impact data questions including … Continue reading

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On this last day of Hispanic Heritage Month

By Vernelle Mitchell-Hawkins Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate the contributions of Hispanic and Latin people that make the world a better place.  This is true in 4-H as well since the organization seeks to provide a “supportive … Continue reading

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Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15 – October 15, 2017 By Vernelle Mitchell-Hawkins Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate the many contributions of Hispanic and Latin people to the world.  This is true in 4-H as well since the organization seeks to … Continue reading

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Please welcome…

Vernelle Hawkins joined the Baltimore County Extension office as a 4-H Educator this month. As a Maryland native, she grew up in a rural area of Dorchester County. She graduated from University of Maryland Eastern Shore with a Bachelor’s degree … Continue reading

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