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By Keith | June 19, 2017

Marketing Committee Fundraiser – June 28

The Stark County marketing committee fundraiser will be on June 28th at Texas Roadhouse of Alliance. Present the attached flyer that day to the waitress.

Look forward to seeing you there!

Thank you for your help !!

By Keith | June 16, 2017

Progressive Chevrolet Request

2017 Stark County Fair

Progressive Chevrolet is requesting 4-H animals to be on display to promote 4-H, Jr Fair, Jr Fair Auction and Stark County Fair.

Thursdays 5-8 and Saturdays 123pm–  Dates planned:  7/29 – 8/3 – 8/5 – 8/10 – 8/12 – 8/17 – 8/19

Please contact Jerry Reynolds, Jr Fair Coordinator for further information and to confirm a time.

This is a great opportunity to promote 4-H and Stark County Fair, share your 4-H project successes and promote your 4-H project-livestock project and the Jr Fair & Jr Fair Livestock Auction.

Contact:

Jerry Reynolds, Jr Fair Coordinator

330-455-7856

starkjrfaircoord@aol.com

By Keith | June 14, 2017

2017 Stark County Jr Fair Milkshake Schedule

Dear Stark County 4-H Advisors and Friends:

It’s getting to be fair time!!  Attached is the 2017 Stark County Jr Fair Milkshake Schedule-  please review and reserve your 4-H Club slot with John Hunter Stark 4H JHUNTOU812@aol.com  330-323-2853

Thanks for all you do!!

DCC

2017 Stark County Jr. Fair Theme…

“Stark County Junior Fair…Party till the animals come home.”

By Keith | June 14, 2017

2017 Stark County 4H Booth Table Host Schedule

Dear Stark County 4-H Advisors and Friends:

It’s getting to be fair time!!  Attached is the 2017 Stark County 4H Booth Table Host Schedule-  please review and reserve your 4-H Club slot with David Crawford Crawford.228@osu.edu

Thanks for all you do!!

DCC

2017 Stark County Jr. Fair Theme…

“Stark County Junior Fair…Party till the animals come home.”

By Keith | June 14, 2017

2017 Stark County Jr Fair Trash Can Contest

Please contact Jerry Reynolds, Jr Fair Coordinator, to secure a Trash Can for the contest for the 2017 SC Jr Fair- Please confirm by June 30, 2017.  Cans are in barn next to office.

Contact Jerry to confirm you will enter and when you will pick up trash can.  Thanks DCC

starkjrfaircoord@aol.com

330-455-7856

By Keith | June 2, 2017

Stark County Tag In Sat June 3

Tag in times on June 3rd!

  • Swine 8-11am
  • Goat 9am
  • Dairy Beef – 9-12pm
  • Sheep – 8-11am
By Keith | May 24, 2017

Camp Whitewood

Northeast Ohio’s Premier Summer Camp Experience.  

Classic. Memorable. Meaningful.

 

 

 

 

Summer 2017 Camp Registration Guide

 

 

 

Day Camp

Our young adventurers day camp offers children ages 6-11 the opportunity to experience the endless
possibilities of Camp Whitewood without spending the night. Day Campers will spend their days doing all sorts of exciting camp activities including: swimming, boating, hiking, fishing, creek-walking, archery, and so much more! We offer an optional Thursday
night overnight too. 

Register
for Day Camp 

 

 

4-H County Camps

To view sessions

click here

Campers stay busy during their time at Whitewood, enjoying campfires, singing, crafts, hiking, swimming, shooting sports, boating, games and much more.
Each of our week-long 4-H County Camp sessions is hosted by one or more of our county OSU Extension Staff, giving each week a new twist.  Campers do not need to be in 4-H or live in a certain county to attend any of our County Camps. 

 

 

July 16-22 or July 23-29

Classic summer camp.  Week-long
resident camp for ages 7-12.  Variety of activities, including: swimming, boating, crafts, hiking, fishing, creek walking, archery, and more.  

 

 

July 16-22 or July 23-29

Senior camp is for ages 13-16 focused on a more social setting with an emphasis on advanced skills in camp programs and developing leadership skills.
Senior campers have more individual choice in programs. This is the perfect camp for a camper in-between Junior Camp and a Leader-In-Training.

 

 

July 30-August 5

Spend time each day focusing on archery, atlatls, rifles, and shotguns.  Along with our trained Camp Whitewood staff, we bring in experts in each
discipline to mentor and teach campers proper safety and technique.  Along with shooting sports, campers will still enjoy all of the other activities they love about camp such as swimming, boating, hiking, and evening programs.  Shooting Sports Camp is for
ages 10-16 with LIT positions available for campers age 16-18
.

 

 

 

July 12-15

All the fun in half the time!  Explorer Camp is a half-week program designed for campers who are new to camp and/or might not want to stay for a whole week.  Age limits
for this camp are 7-12 so it is also a good chance for a younger camper to try camp.  Campers will still do all the camp activities such as swimming, boating, crafts, hiking, fishing, creek walking, archery, and so much more!

 

 

Wilderness Camp

To view sessions

click here

Wilderness camp is a true outdoor camping experience.  Campers are led by Wilderness Camp staff into the less explored parts of Whitewood and sleep
in tents in a backcountry setting.  Wilderness campers learn how to set up camp, outdoor cooking skills, wilderness skills, and outdoor camping ethics. 

 

 

Summer Fun at Camp

 

July 16-22 or July 23-29

or July 30-August 5

LIT camp is for individuals 16-18 that love Camp Whitewood and are ready to take the next step in regards to responsibility, leadership, and becoming
role models for younger campers.  An LIT has a desire to serve others.  LITs receive one-on-one training with program staff to learn what it takes to become a Whitewood staff member while developing leadership skills, program skills, and responsibility.  

 

 

By Keith | May 11, 2017

2017 Stark County Jr. Fair Theme

“Stark County Junior Fair…Party till the animals come home”

 

 

By Keith | May 11, 2017

OSUE-Summit Student Employee position

Position Description

Ohio State University Extension is seeking a student assistant for the summer of 2017.  The student assistant will work from June 5, 2017 through August 11, 2017 at the OSU Extension Summit County office supporting educational programming and community engagement.  The employee will work up to 30 hours per week, unless enrolled in college classes during this period, in which they can work up to 28 hours per week.  The student assistant will work directly with the County Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Educator to complete tasks associated with the Community Garden Leadership Initiative.  The student assistant will assist with developing educational materials, site visits in Summit and Stark Counties, conducting community based programs, participate in professional and public meetings, aggregating evaluation material, and data entry and analysis.

Required Experience

  • Experience working in an urban setting preferably delivering educational programming.
  • Applied knowledge and experience using Microsoft Word, Word, and Power Point.
  • Exhibit strong verbal and written communication skills.

Desired Experience

  • Demonstrate an eagerness and enthusiasm to support the educational needs of citizens of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities.
  • Be able to demonstrate the ability to work independently while accomplishing tasks within timelines and according to a planned scope of work.
  • Availability to work a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends.

Requirements

Candidate must be a full-time student at an accredited college or University during the academic year.  Candidate must have reliable transportation and valid driver’s license in order to complete site visits.  Candidate will be reimbursed at the University approved rate.  Candidate will be required to complete a criminal background check.

Compensation

$10 hour

For more information or to apply, please forward your resume and the names and contact information for (3) references by May 14th to Jacqueline Kowalski, kowalski.124@osu.edu.

 

Welcome!