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Volunteers

Information on how to become a volunteer with Sussex County 4-H, or which relates to 4-H volunteers

Staying Green in Quarantine
We have a FaceBook Page! Follow Us @SussexNJ4H  Sussex County 4-H Weekly Challenge This week in a sentence, photo, or drawing share you’re staying involved in 4-H during Quarantine (Staying Green in Quarantine). Post your responses under Sussex County Facebook post of our weekly challenge or email them to patrie@njaes.rutgers.edu to be counted.  And don’t...
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The Sussex County Rutgers Cooperative Extension office, which includes 4-H, will be closed this Monday, May 25 in honor of Memorial Day. Sussex County 4-H Weekly Challenge In honor of Memorial Day This week in a sentence, photo, or drawing share “who your favorite hero is“. Post your responses under Sussex County Facebook post of...
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Sussex County 4-H Weekly Challenge This week in a photo, or drawing share with us your family pet(s). Post your responses under Sussex County Facebook post of our weekly challenge or email them to patrie@njaes.rutgers.edu to be counted.  And don’t forget to hashtag them #SussexCounty4HWklyChallange and @SussexNJ4H. Lets see those 4-H pets! At the end...
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Animal Science Contest
Members of your club (4th grade and above) can earn points each week over the next two months, through the end of May. The 5 clubs with the most points per member after seven weeks will earn $200 to support their club’s efforts to learn or teach animal science.  In addition, up to 10 clubs from...
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3-23 Update: In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, Rutgers Cooperative Extension (RCE) is canceling all in-person events, classes, programs, club meetings, and other group activities organized by or under the auspices of Rutgers Cooperative Extension are suspended through at least May 31, 2020. Therefore, we are notifying everyone that we will NOT be...
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The 2020 Sussex County 4-H Public Presentation registration is now open! Those who plan to participate at the county level need to schedule their presentation for one of the four Friday nights. Presentation nights are held at local schools with presenters being divided among multiple classrooms. All presentations begin promptly at 7:00pm, check-in begins at...
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4-H Club Officers
A club is like a family.  Each person contributes to the well-being of the club.  The result is a sense of belonging that promotes positive development through shared responsibility and fun times.  The role of club officer is an important way that youth contribute to the effectiveness of their club.  Be sure everyone gets a...
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2019 4-H Vlntr Awrd Wnnrs
4-H clubs look to establish a community among the club’s youth and adult members. The experiences that shape a child’s growth into adulthood come not just from the family, but from many sources within the community. These include school, places of worship and extracurricular programs like 4-H. Participation in 4-H engages youth in experiences that...
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Discovery 4-H Curricula
To reach a larger audience and offer more diverse topics, Sussex County 4-H is launching a new program, STEP clubs. (STEP is an acronym for Short Term Exploratory Program). The program is designed is to provide a means for youth to experience a 4-H project in a shorter period while learning about the larger 4-H...
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