Cole County 4-H

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More information about 4-H for Members, Clover Kids, and Volunteers can be found on our How to Join 4-H page.

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Keep up-to-date with all the 4-H related activities and news for Cole county.

 

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4-H News

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Awards

Forms apply for year-end awards:

Recognition Forms:  

Submit a Recognition Form to receive recognition for your entire 4-H experiences.
More information about the Recognition Form process, examples, tips, and scorecards can be found here.
Top 3 in each age division receive an award. All receive recognition.

Project level awards

Submit these forms to receive an award for your work in your specific project area.

Awards for Volunteers

Calendars

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4-H in the Media

 

LOCAL TEEN ELECTED TO MISSOURI STATE 4-H COUNCIL

MacKenzie Loesch of Russellville recently returned from Columbia where she was elected as a Regional Representative to the Missouri State 4-H Council. The election took place as part of the 72nd annual State 4-H Congress, May 31 through June 2, which was attended by 240 Missouri teens.

State 4-H Council members are elected by their peers at this event.  These teens serve as ambassadors for Missouri 4-H and MU Extension, serving as the voice of youth in policy and programming. Last year, over 22,000 Missouri children and youth participated in 4-H clubs, and and one of every five Missourians were reached by a Missouri 4-H program.

MacKenzie is a senior at Russellville High School and an active member of the Stringtown-Corinth 4-H Club. She says, "The best decision I ever made was to run for a regional representative! The most important thing I have learned while being on State 4-H Council is that the other people on the council become your second family. You may not feel like they are your family; but at the end of the 4-H year and when you say goodbye to the retiring representativess and officers, that's when it hits you...We ARE family. I have made so many good friends while being on Council it's crazy. For the coming year, I hope to be going to the different counties I represent, talking to them about all the great opportunities in 4-H while representing the 4-H members at events." 

For more information on Missouri 4-H, visit http://4h.missouri.edu and visit http://extension.missouri.edu to learn more about MU Extension.