Presentation on theme: "4-H Update April 28, 2006. Oklahoma 4-H Youth Development State 4-H Leadership Conference for Parents, Volunteers, Educators and Teen Leaders July 22,"— Presentation transcript:
4-H Update April 28, 2006
Oklahoma 4-H Youth Development State 4-H Leadership Conference for Parents, Volunteers, Educators and Teen Leaders July 22, 2006 Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK
4-H Continuing Education and Volunteer Recognition 4 Tracks of Workshops Volunteer Recognition Luncheon Student Union Ballroom County, district and state Volunteer of the Year and Life-time Volunteers recognized. Form posted at Live Auction –to endow a $500 4-H Volunteer Development Scholarship. Custom-made Twin size 4-H Quilt and a green Corduroy Bear are being donated by Kathy James and Logan County 4-H. Conference Program and enrollment posted on-line at on May 1. Early bird enrollment $30. After July 1 enrollment $40.
Workshops Enhancing 4-H Project Work 9:30 – 10:30 am - Session A A1 Clothing Decision - Discovering Choices A2 Dog A3 Forestry/Outdoors A4 Demonstration Tips and Trivia A5 Hop, Skip & Jump to Health A6 The Basics to Successful Meat Goat Project A7 Basic Photography & Preparing Photography Entries A8 Geology A9 Getting and Keeping Non- traditional 4-H Members A10 Utilizing Animal Projects to Develop Life Skills in Youth Project Planning and Life Skills Development Track 10:45 am -11:45 pm - Session B B1 Raising the Green for 4-H B2 Teen Leaders Who Are They? B3 Be a Clown in 24 Hours B4 Service Learning B5 Learning Exciting Attitudes for Design of Club Meetings B6 Planning & Reporting Quality 4-H Project Work (Part 1) B7 Beginning Record Books & Project Report Forms B8 Mentoring Yourself into Vet School B9 Money Habitudes B10 Horse – Communications (Part 1)
Workshops Continued Project Planning and Life Skills Development Track (Some repeats of Session B) 1:45 -2:45 pm - Session C C1 Raising the Green for 4-H C2 Teen Leaders Who Are They? C3 Be a Clown in 24 Hours C4 Service Learning C5 Planning & Reporting Quality 4-H Project Work (Part 2) C6 Beginning Record Books & Project Report Forms C7 Working with Clubs in High Minority Situations C8 Get In the Act C9 Horse – Communications (Part 2) Fun Shops – hands on workshops related to projects and club activities 3:00 - 4:00 pm - Session D D1 Hydro Rockets Away D2 GPS D3 Fun with the 4-H Ritual D4 D5 4-H Science & Technology Made Easy D6 Give ‘Em a Pickle D7 Table Etiquette & Napkin Folding D8 Ideas for Summer Sewing Camp D9 Kites
In January the State 4-H Officers, Collegiate 4-H and the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Oklahoma announce the 2006 Pop of Success pop tab campaign in the 4-H Focus on Youth Newsletter. We asked each county to bring as many pop tabs as possible (in a box or firm sided container with lid - no plastic bags) Weight will be counted toward District total in the Spirit Contest Roundup - Service Project Pop Tab Collection Program
The State Officer team extends a CHALLENGE to each Roundup participant in association with the current Habitat for Humanity “Dime Drop Project.” The challenge is to bring a minimum of one roll of dimes ($5) per youth and adult delegate to help reach the annual goal of $9000. If each adult and youth can support this effort Oklahoma 4-H can raise an additional $5325 in this year’s Dime Drop Campaign. Roundup - Service Project Habitat for Humanity
Record Books Books are in and being checked Very few were disqualified. If possible the committee made corrections, completed forms, input missing data into the computer etc. The main reason for DQ’s was wrong ages. Total number of books and kids UP over past 3 years.