4-H Online Enrollments, Volunteer Applications & Activity Fees Due April 1
Enrollment in 4-H Online is due by midnight on April 1 for all 4-H members and volunteers, Videos and help sheets are currently available on our website to walk you through the enrollment process, and as always, Extension staff is happy to help with any questions you might have. Volunteer applications and club activity fees are also due into the office by April 1. Click the buttons below for additional information.
The next Junior Leaders Club meeting will be held on Monday April 5th from 7-9 pm at the Fisher Auditorium on the OSU Wooster Campus. This month’s meeting will feature a career/leadership panel of guest speakers including Mike Pallotta of Pallotta Ford Lincoln, local banker Chad Boreman, Officer Nate Koch of the Wooster Police Department, and Barry Jolliff, leadership/teambuilding expert and 4-H volunteer. Following the panel, Jolliff will also lead a variety of games and line dances. Due to current COVID restrictions, this meeting will be limited to 50 total participants including Junior Leaders Club advisors and guest speakers. Click the button below to register for the April meeting!
Wayne County 4-H will be hosting a pattern selection night at Jo Ann Fabrics located at 3786 Burbank Road in Wooster. 4-H Volunteers will be on hand to help members select pattern for their sewing projects.
Wayne County Rural Youth Dance
Wayne County Rural Youth will be holding a line dance party on Saturday, April 10 from 7:00 - 10:00 PM at the Smithville High School cafeteria. There will be a variety of carefully planned distanced dances, which will include simple line dancing. No experience necessary—dances will be simple to learn. $5 donation at door - bring your friends and the whole family for a fun night! Please wear a mask, as the Rural Youth will be taking precautions as prescribed by the Wayne County Health Department.
2021 Clinic Dates
Each species will be offering in-person clinics over the next few months. Specific location information is available on the livestock pages of the Wayne County Extension website. Details will also be posted on each species' Facebook group.
4-H World Changers is back! From cartoons to movies to video games, animations are everywhere! Join us for weekly virtual sessions beginning April 8 to unlock your inner animator! Click the button below to register.
By now, most of you are (hopefully!) aware of how useful the Wayne County 4-H mobile app is during fair week, but remember that it provides useful information throughout the year! Up-to-date news, the 4-H calendar of events, and other features can all be found on the mobile app. Download today from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store!