Interested in becoming a 4-H Shooting Sports Leader

The 4-H Shooting Sports program is only successful when adults volunteer to work with youth in this project and when youth are given the opportunity to develop safe shooting skills and develop a better understanding of wildlife ecology. To serve as a 4-H Shooting Sports Leader, individuals must complete the Youth Protection process, be at least 18 […]

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Clothing Project Group Opportunities from Maxine

We are excited to share with you an opportunity being offered by Maxine Schuetze, a 4-H volunteer leader with the Pine River Peppers 4-H club.  Maxine is continuing to offer opportunities for all clothing project members in Lincoln County to develop their skills as they work on various clothing projects.  On the second Monday of […]

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4-H partnership with JOANN: 15% off and 2.5% donation

Exciting news, savings and fundraising from a National 4-H Council partnership with JOANN stores — great for art project supplies. Tell you staff, volunteers and clubs! Save 15% with JOANN 4-H Rewards! Current & lifetime members, parents of members, volunteers and 4-H staff can save 15% off total in-store and online purchases every day with 4-H […]

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Food Preservation Publications Available

Food Preservation Publications are available for order or copies and can be picked up at the Lincoln County UW-Extension Office (801 N. Sales Street, Merrill, WI).  Contact Cherie for more information about how to order these publications. Available Web Resources:UW Food Safety and Health National Center for Home Food Preservation UW-Extension Food Preservation Publications Online  

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Free Quilting Patterns for 4-H Youth

We have received patterns for quilting projects that are free for 4-H project members and leaders. Come in to UW-Extension Office and ask Cherie to see what we have available to you! Thank you to Jamie Kalvestran for donating these patterns.  

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2018 Youth Garden Giants Project

The Youth Garden Giants Project was held on June 11 and was attended by 13 youth.  The purpose of this project is to teach youth where food comes from through planting vegetables at the Tall Pines Community Garden. After a short presentation on methods to plant various vegetable plants and seeds, youth were able to […]

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County Food Preservation Group

Caroline Lemke has been canning her own food for over 50 years.   She really enjoys it and wants to teach youth how to preserve their own food.  She is currently teaching youth to preserve foods in group sessions and she would like to offer additional opportunities to all interested youth in the county. If […]

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2018 State 4-H Horse Handbook Now Available

The 4-H Horse Association Handbook has now been updated for 2018! The Horse Handbook is located at http://fyi.uwex.edu/wi4haganimalscience/wi-4-h-horse-assn-handbook/. This Handbook includes information about State 4-H Horse events such as the Hunter and Dressage Show, Gymkhana and Expo.  You will find instructions  with deadlines for entering these three statewide events. Instructions for Lincoln County youth wishing to […]

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2018 4-H Drama, Lip Sync and Music Festival

Lincoln County 4-H’ers shared their dramatic and musical talents on Saturday, May 12, 2018 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’ers Develop Their Communication Skills

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 or prose and perform a puppetry act.  The contest was held on Saturday, February […]

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