4-H Promotion at the 2017 Lincoln County Fair

Thank you to Pat Chieves, Yvette Chieves, Fern Langhoff, Becky Kludy, and Bailey Iwen for promoting 4-H during this year’s Lincoln County Fair.  Pat and Yvette manned a 4-H Informational booth located in the Bierman Expo Hall.  While Becky, Fern and Bailey manned the 4-H Project Place Tent located at the west end of the […]

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4-H Booth at Merrill Community Night Out

During the recent Merrill Community Night Out held on August 8th, Becky Kludy, Bailey Iwen and Debbie Moellendorf set up a booth with 4-H information.  Bailey and Becky led youth visitors to the booth in a project of making a paper bag puppet with about 50 youth participating in this activity. Visitors to the booth […]

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LINCOLN COUNTY 4-H LEADERS’ ASSOCIATION, INC. AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS

Lisa Krueger (Merrill), Monica Gruetzmacher (Merrill), Keia Woller (Merrill) and Kelsey Amelse (Merrill) are this year’s recipients of the Lincoln County 4-H Scholarship. Lisa, daughter of Beth and Kevin Krueger, graduated in 2016 from Merrill Senior High School and currently pursuing her degree in mechanical engineering at North Central Technical College.  Lisa has been an […]

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Tomahawk 4-H Project Discovery Day a Success

Sixteen youth from throughout Lincoln County were at the Tomahawk Middle School on Saturday, April 22, 2017 where they participated in a variety of 4-H project sessions as part of Project Discovery Day. Youth participated in session on topics such as painting a fish family, mod podge, jewelry making, paper quilling, exploring science through making […]

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2017 4-H Drama, Lip Sync and Music Festival Results

Lincoln County 4-H’ers shared their dramatic and musical talents on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at the Tomahawk School Auditorium for this year’s Lincoln County 4-H Drama, Lip Sync and Music Festival.  Martie Pahris, along with Dan and Jenny Marzu served as judges for this year’s event.  The festival was planned and coordinated by the Hi-Lo’s […]

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4-H Fun at Merrill Children’s Festival on April 1st

Over 100 youth enjoyed creating flowers and/or launching paper airplanes in the 4-H area during the 2017 Merrill Children’s Festival held at the Smith Center on Saturday, April 1, 2017.  Adults were also provided the opportunity to learn about how to enroll youth in 4-H as well as upcoming opportunities open to all youth including […]

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Congratulations to our 2016-17 Older Youth Trip and Award Recipients

The following youth were selected through the Older Youth Trips and Awards process.  For more information about this process visit the Older Youth Trips and Awards page of the Lincoln County UW-Extension website. 4-H Ambassador: Lily Cordova, Dillon Gnewuch, Bailey Iwen 4-H Junior Ambassador: Hunter Borchardt, Carter Gnewuch 4-H Camp Director: Kelsey Amelse 4-H Camp […]

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2016 O’ Tannenbaum Tour

The O’Tannenbaum Tour of 2016 was a success.  The O’Tannenbaum Tour for 2016 donated it’s proceeds to some of the following causes or 4-H groups: Our Way, Meals on Wheels, Respite, The Merrill Enrichment Center, 4-H Endowment Fund, a 4-H Scholarship, numerous 4-H clubs, The Chamber of Commerce for New Courthouse Christmas decorations, a number of […]

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2017 Communication Contest Results

Youth from throughout Lincoln County were provided with an opportunity to practice and enhance their public speaking skills during this year’s Communication Contest.  During this pre-fair event, youth were able to share an illustrated talk, give an original speech, read poetry, prose or a story.  The contest was held on Saturday, February 4, 2017 at […]

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Congratulations to 2017 4-H Board of Directors

At the November 15, 2016 Annual Meeting of the Lincoln County 4-H Leaders’ Association, Treva Schmidt was newly elected to the 4-H Board of Directors and Pat Chieves, Yvette Chieves, Becky Kludy, Beth Krueger and Lori Lemke were re-elected to a two year adult term. They join Fern Langhoff, Caroline Lemke, Jennifer Porath, Jeanne Schmidt, […]

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