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Wisconsin Cedar Crest Ice Cream Finalists Announced

ongratulations to the 5 finalists in this year’s Cedar Crest Ice Cream Naming Contest! Cedar Crest and the Wisconsin 4-H Foundation thank all those who entered. Cedar Crest reports that they received just over 75 entries that were creative and interesting. Stay tuned to find out the final Cedar Crest 4-H Ice Cream Naming Contest […]

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Go global with Wisconsin 4-H

Go Global with 4-H International Immersion Programs in 2018! Posted on October 13, 2017 by amber.rehberg Interested in exploring all the world has to offer? If so, Wisconsin 4-H International Programs are for you! This is your chance to learn about the world by immersing yourself in daily life as a member of a family in a different […]

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Cranberry Marsh Tour-4-H Bluejays and SPIN club

Pictures are below of the tour on Monday to James Lake Cranberry Farms in Three Lakes.  Besides having a chance to see the inside and outside operation, we learned about the history of the farm, what skills are needed to operate it, and what makes the farm organic.  Everyone got some cranberries to take home […]

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Taking Care of You

I will be offering an adult-focused “Taking Care of You” series of educational workshops on 4 Monday evenings in a row: October 30th, November 6th, 20th, and December 4th.  “Taking Care of You” is a research-based curriculum developed by Missouri Extension in which I have been trained through our state UW-Extension system.  It focuses on […]

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4-H Project Saturday: Oct. 28th

In an effort to have some projects group up and going, there is going to be a 4-H project Saturday held the last Saturday of each month through April except for November and December (Thanksgiving & New Years Eve).  Below is the lineup for Saturday October 28th.  There are some blank spaces and these will […]

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Citizen Washington Focus

This trip costs about $1400 this year, but again the Leaders’ Association pays up to 75% of the cost.  It is open to youth who are currently in grades 10-12.  I need to know of someone is attending this trip by November 15th so that I can report back to the state to reserve a […]

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Cloverbud Project Meeting

The first Cloverbud project meeting is set for Saturday October 28th from 10-noon in the lower level of the  Rhinelander Oneida County airport. This, as last year, is open to all 4-H enrolled youth in the county (grades K-2). The topic will be Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.  Kathy Winkler will once again lead the session. Pre-registration […]

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Holiday Craft Workshp Preparations Underway

The Leaders’ Association is once again preparing to host a Holiday Craft Workshop downtown Rhinelander at the Curran Building for either December 9th or the 16th (trying to not conflict with other Christmas activities). This is a time when all youth in the county can, for the price of a canned good to donate to […]

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SPIN Club Trip to Horse Farm

The next SPIN club trip will be on Saturday November 11th.  Donrovan Horse farm has volunteered to talk to youth about the business of having/boarding horses.  More to come about any service learning work that may be offered. This will not be a chance to ride horses but rather to learn about the business.  Let […]

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