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  1. Interpreting a Soil Test Report

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/agf-0514

    parent materials and other soil formation factors. Since these factors are inherent, our ability to ...

  2. Involving Parents in 4-H

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/4h-44

    Development program encourages positive relationships among volunteers, members, and parents. Volunteers ... and parents provide resources and encouragement for their child. Volunteers should consider parents ... affiliation. As volunteers develop relationships with parents, they will learn about what motivates them to ...

  3. Meghan Burdsall

    https://clermont.osu.edu/people/meghan-burdsall

    is a Clermont County Native.  She also was a part of 4-H as Youth Member and Adult Volunteer ...

  4. Skillathon Practice

    https://clermont.osu.edu/events/skillathon-practice

    questions. We ask that any member under the age of 16 be accompanied by a parent/guardian or club advisor. ...

  5. Effective Ways to Promote Ohio 4-H Camps

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/4h-49

    2,858 teen counselors (Ohio 4-H, 2018). Camp directors, volunteers, and counselors have a large role ... followed by parental input, friends, then finally siblings (Hedrick, Homan, & Dick, 2009). Camp ... promoters, whether they are club volunteers or youth development professionals, should concentrate their ...

  6. Facilitating Positive Behavior in 4-H

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/4h-45

    Radhakrishma 2010). Volunteers can have an honest conversation with parents of special needs youth and ask for their ... behavior challenges that volunteers may need to address during 4-H meetings. The purpose of this fact sheet ... conducts oneself, especially toward others” according to the Google Dictionary. Volunteers can help members ...

  7. Effective 4-H Club Meetings

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/4h-6

    of volunteer advisors and club officers develops a yearly plan at the beginning of the club year. ... the volunteers. A club meeting outline provides a structure for conducting a meeting.  The 4-H Club ... activities or meetings. A few ideas are games, charades, relays, sports, puzzles, party for parents, picnics, ...

  8. Engaging Older Youth in 4-H Club Work

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/4h-27

    reported inappropriate behavior exhibited by adults and parents, uninvolved and unsupportive volunteers, as ... from the 4-H program (Defore, Fuhrman, Peake, & Duncan 2011). Additionally, adult volunteers also ... Valuable Volunteer Skills  Volunteers are the individuals who work with 4-H members to engage them in ...

  9. Recognizing 4-H Volunteers Utilizing State Awards to Show Appreciation

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/4h-43

    by 4-H members, parents, other volunteers, as well as by Extension professionals at the county and ... Putnam County Recognition for service to 4-H is an important component of the Ohio 4-H volunteer program. ... In Ohio, for the year 2015, there were 16,317 adult volunteers supporting 289,298 youth in 4-H ...

  10. County-level 4-H Advisory Committees

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/4h-48

    active 4-H volunteer advisors for a minimum of two to three years, that members represent the diversity ... recommend hands-on, experientially based educational programs for youth and volunteers based on county ... clinics, workshops, fundraisers, and promotional events for both youth and volunteers. Examples include ...

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