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By coordinator | April 18, 2018
By coordinator | March 25, 2018

For 4-H Youth: 4-H Officer Training, April 9th

From the desk of David Crawford:


Stark County Officer 4H Club Training

April 9, Monday 6:30pm

RG Drage auditorium- with OSU Collegiate 4-H



Please share with your clubs…  we need a minimum of 20 youth to offer this  GREAT opportunity!!  Please RSVP early!  We will have another opportunity to offer an Officer 4H Club Training for officers and those who want to be officers in future.


Event Details:

Stark County Officer 4H Club Training

April 9, Monday 6:30pm at RG Drage auditorium- with OSU Collegiate 4-H



Please confirm by April  5th, with Phyllis McMaster, how many members/parents will attend.  There is no limit.


4H Officer Resource Page- books, forms and videos about each position:


April 9, Monday 6:30pm at RG Drage auditorium–with OSU Collegiate 4-H


If you need 4H Officer material, David Crawford can email you attachments of the 4H Officer Books, email him a request  at



By Keith | December 26, 2012
By Keith | May 1, 2011

Updates – Judging Dates

If you are participating in a Clothing, Foods, Extravaganza, Dogs, Demonstrations and Cloverbud Sharing project, check this out for 2011 date updates!

2011 Judging Updates

By Keith | March 3, 2011

2011 4H Judging Dates

Here is the list of judging dates and times for the following.

  • Clothing Judging and Style Revue
  • Extravaganza
  • Food & Nutrition
  • Cloverbud Sharing
  • 4H Dog Project Judging
  • 4H Demonstration Contest (plus rules and registration)
By Keith | April 28, 2009

After School Activities from

Acres of Adventure Curriculum

Looking for ways to introduce young people to the world of agriculture and life science?

Interested in expanding your collection of fun-filled science activities that are keyed to national science educational standards?

Then this curriculum is for you.

This uniquely focused activity guide was developed in cooperation with curriculum experts from the National Consortium of State Agriculture in the Classroom programs, Extension 4-H professionals, and specialists from the field ofchildcare education. Its intent is to promote agricultural literacy among young people during out-of-school time while developing their understanding, appreciation and application of science through a variety of hands-on agriculturally based activities.

Each book in this two volume series features 40 child tested activities that can be administered in a 30 minute period with additional ideas for extending the activity time. Each activity is easily transferable across 3rd – 5th grade audiences and requires minimal resources and preparation time, making them ideal for providers with limited experience and content knowledge. In addition, the activities are cross-referenced to important days and celebrations contained in an easy-to-use school year calendar.

Direct link is here. We also added a link from our Urban Projects page in the Related Links section.

Check it out!

By Keith | March 10, 2009

4-H Space Adventure Camp

June 16 – 18, 2009
at Marietta College, Marietta, Ohio

The camp is designed for students who are currently in grades 5 – 7.  They do not need to be current 4-H members in your county program.  Participants will live on the Marietta College campus and explore the world of flight with the help of college faculty and trained 4-H camp counselors.  It’s three fun-filled days of rockets, computer simulations, hot air balloons and more.   The cost of $175 includes housing, meals, and all program materials.  Financial assistance is available for those who qualify.  Space is limited to 36 campers and is designed as a one-time experience.

By Keith | February 27, 2009

Kimono Exhibit and Japanese Cultural Activities in Canton

Looking for an exciting and educational family activity that can broaden 4-H‚ers view of the world? An exquisite exhibition of Japanese Kimonos will visit only two U.S. locations this year: San Diego, CA and Canton, OH! The Feb. 8 thru April 26 exhibit will be complemented by a wide array of events celebrating Japanese culture. Stark County 4-H volunteer ICC Marlene Beggs is involved with several of the events. Please visit <> for additional information on this extraordinary exhibit. 

By Keith | February 24, 2009

4-H Basic Genealogy Workshop

All 4-H Members and 4-H Advisors are invited to participate.

Massillon Public Library
Library Auditorium

Saturday, July 25, 2009
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(Break for Lunch) 

Cost $10 to cover materials

Please register at the Reference Desk
Payment due at time of registration

For more information, contact Jean Adkins at
330-832-9831 Ext. 337 or



Have Questions?
Email a committee member.