In preparation for Achievement Night, there are some award nominations and scholarship opportunities below. This year we will have an online ceremony.
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
IGNITING YOUR LEADERSHIP POTENTIAL
Monday, September 14, 2020
Over the weekend we had four youth compete in the Archery State Shoot. Youth participants from Orange 4-H included Levi Call, Chloe Case, Lucian Payette, and John Mason Vines.
Youth who placed in the top ten in their categories include:
Levi Call, 3rd in Junior Compound
John Mason Vines, 3rd in Senior Compound
Chloe Case, 4th in Senior Instinctive
Great job and congratulations Orange 4-H Archers!
Wednesday, September 2, 2020
Though the State 4-H Horse & Pony Championships are not being held due to COVID-19, several non-riding contests will be held, including an art and photography contest.
Any enrolled 4-H youth are welcome to participate, even if not enrolled in a horse project. Contest details are available at https://ext.vt.edu/content/dam/ext_vt_edu/topics/4h-youth/horse/events/state-horse-show/rulebook/20-rulebook/20%20art%20and%20photography%20modified%20rules%20FINAL.pdf.
Whether you draw, paint, or assemble multimedia artwork, your talent is wanted. Likewise, if you take photos of equine related events, be sure to make an entry as well.
Tuesday, August 25, 2020
If you're at least 15 years of age and would like to apply to be a 4-H All Star, this is for you! Nomination forms are available online as is additional information about points calculation, induction requirements, etc.
Being tapped as an All Star is the highest honor one can receive in Virginia 4-H and all Orange County members are strongly encouraged to apply. If you're too young to apply, start the process now because it takes a lot of record-keeping. If you don't have enough points yet, work with your leader and/or Extension Agent to develop a plan to help you earn enough points.
Forms are due to Kaci or Kelly for a first review by September 30, 2020.