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 from April 20 to May 15. 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.
Sunshine 4-H Club
Sage Wittenberg-Conley, News Reporter
On March 31, 2020, Sunshine 4-H Club met for a meeting. This was an out of the ordinary meeting as we met online via video chat. We had 18 members present and 2 advisors. During our meeting, Collin preformed a demonstration on “How to make homemade hand sanitizer”. Our group also discussed the affects of COVID-19 on 4-H activities such as, dairy feeder tag-in and quality assurance meetings.
Brody, our safety officer finished off our meeting by reminding us to continue to practice social distancing and to stay at home.