Union County 4-H Clubs can submit their club's news reports to the Union County Extension Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Wednesday. Their reports will be posted on this page and also submitted to local newspapers.
Extension Administrative Cabinet has extended the prohibition of in-person programming until July 6. This includes all 4-H programs, activities, and events. OSUE will continue to monitor conditions and will reevaluate this date as needed and inform you as soon as it is feasible.
4-H Clubs are allowed to hold meetings on-line in compliance with this order. Below are minutes from those meetings.
Rocky Fork 4-H Club
Owen Wolford, News Reporter
Even though most activities are cancelled, Rocky Fork 4-H Club is staying active. We have decided not to do the bake sale but the club will be planting flowers at the Byhalia Cemetery. This was discussed during our meeting over zoom on Sunday, May 17.
Creative Hearts 4-H Club
Claire Berry, News Reporter
On April 5, 2020, the Creative Hearts 4-H Club held our second virtual meeting. President, Grayson, called the meeting to order. The flag salute and 4-H Pledge were led by Abby, and our roll call was to tell the club something that they may not know about you. Reading and approval of minutes was by led by Secretary, Ashytnne, and Treasurer’s Report was by given by Vanyne. Our Health and Safety Officer, Frankie, told us how to approach a dog we may not know. New Business included updates on COVID- 19 and Livestock Tagging. Demonstrations were given by Claire, Abby and Marik. Our next meeting is scheduled for May 3.