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March 2018

Inside this issue: Nelson County

Spotlight of the Month

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4-H Highlights Candy Sale Winners & KVF Recognition

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4-H Bee & Baking

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4-H Babysitting & CPR

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4-H Camp Pre- Registration

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Club &

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Nelson County 4-H Welcomes KY Ag Commissioner Quarles

Workshop Dates Calendar of

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Events County Extension Agents for 4-H Youth Development

Danielle Hagler danielle.hagler@uky.edu

Luke Fries luke.fries@uky.edu 317 South Third Street Bardstown, KY 40004 502-348-9204 502-348-9270 fax

On February 20th, 2018, Nelson County 4-H and FFA welcomed Kentucky Department of Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles to the Nelson County Clerk’s Office to support and promote the Kentucky Ag Tag Program. The Ag Tag Program utilizes a $10 optional donation from those renewing their farm license plates in order to support Kentucky’s youth in their pursuit of greater Agriculture Education. Funds from the donations are split amongst state and county level FFA and 4-H programs and are used to fund youth in a variety of capacities including, but not limited to: leadership conferences, scholarships and club sponsored activities. The month of March is the Ag Tag Program’s biggest time of the year! Please consider checking the box for the $10 optional donation when you renew your farm tags in 2018! Kentucky 4-H and FFA programs appreciate the Nelson County community’s generosity and support!


4-H Highlights Page 2

Bluegrass Christian Home Educators

More From Teen Summit 2018!!

January.26.18 Bluegrass Christian Home Educators traveled on a 4-H field trip to our state capitol, Frankfort, where we toured the towering Old State Capitol, the serpentine KY History Museum, and the awesome Military Museum. What an exhilarating adventure! At the Old State Capitol, there is a staircase constructed of floating stairs. The key stone is a very large stone that holds the staircase together as the only support. Many of the builders were prisoners. The man that planned the building wanted it to look like a Greek monument. The plaster was done by one man. While there, we replicated a meeting of the senate. Our

senators voted to raise taxes to build an iron fence to keep horses off the capitol’s lawn. At the Kentucky History Museum, we saw Daniel Boone’s gun and a casting mold of his skull. Many cars like the Ford model T were represented. Good Ole Abe Lincoln’s watch was recorded ticking for the movie about him.

Teen Summit Nelson County 4-H 6th, 7th, and 8th Graders attended the first of three KY 4-H Teen Summit Sessions on March 8th-10th. By the time Session 3 is complete, Nelson County will have had 4 teen delegates, one Fashion Leadership Board Member, a SET Board Member and a STC Member, attend or help with Teen Summit. We cannot thank Nelson County 4-H Volunteer Katie Lyvers enough for taking our delegation to Jabez, KY in 2018. Make sure you reserve your teen’s spot for Summit in March of 2019!

Right across the block was the Military Museum. There were many interesting guns, cannons, and etc. Your 4- H Homeschool Reporter, Elliott Redmon


4-H Highlights Cont. Page 3

Winning Posters!

Poster Contest Winners Congratulations to our 1st Place winners from each category. The following individuals will advance on to the District 5 Contest: Pictures of winning posters can be seen on the left.

Gretchen Anderson—K-3rd grade MaKenzi Downs—4th grade Emily Sanders—5th grade Harmony Gillis—6th grade Anna Jean Barlow—7th grade Emma Buechlein—8th grade Madelyn Bolin—9-12th grade

Written Communication State Submissions The following individuals submitted Written Communications entries. The original work from these individuals will be sent to the Kentucky 4-H Office to

be judged. When results are sent back to the county, each participant will be notified. Thank you for submitting your work, we wish you the best of luck:….

Aiden Moore, Aynsley Jolley, Caitlyn Moss, Cole Brady, Devin Newsome, Kate Lynn King, Makenzie Downs and Waylon Varney

Speech and Demonstration Contest Do you have something important to say? Have your voice be heard at the 2018 4-H Speech and Demonstration Contest. Winners in each category will receive a $10 cash prize. The contest will be Monday, April 23 at the Extension Office. Speech Categories: 9, 10, 11, 12 , 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17-18 years (4-H Age) Jr. & Sr. Demonstration Categories: Photography/Video Photography Home Environment & Management

Safety Bread

Electric Culture

Sciences & Natural Resources Crafts Clothing/Sewing Small Engines/Horticulture Presentation Software Shooting Sports

Computer Foods Animal Science General Health Ag Engineering Team Demonstrations (two 4-Hers)

Sign-up by Friday, April 20th. Rules are available on the Nelson County 4-H website, http://ces.ca.uky.edu/nelson/youthdev or call the office at 502-348-9204.


4-H Candy Sale Contest & KVF Recognition Page 4

Candy Sale Contest Results—Congratulations!

Nelson County Extension and 4-H are on Facebook!

The Early Bird Winners

Top Selling Individuals

Top Selling Clubs

Aiden Moore—St. Ann’s School Club Abby Spalding—Stitch N Time Club

Aiden Moore with St. Ann’s St. Ann’s—30 cases selling 10 cases Shooting Sports—20 cases Delanie Pearson with Horse Horse Club—10 cases Club selling 5 cases

Waylon Beatty—St. Ann’s School Club

Lily Luttrell with St. Joseph selling 4 cases Waylon Beatty with St. Ann’s selling 4 cases

Nelson County “Takes the Cake” at Kentucky Volunteer Forum

We provide Agriculture, Food and Environmental tips and tricks that will be helpful to you and your family throughout the year. Find this, and all your 4-H program updates on our Facebook page by searching and liking us @ Nelson County Extension.

Congratulations to the following Individuals for their State Level 4-H Volunteer and Member Achievements: State level awards included Excellence in Shooting Sports (Billy and Marilyn Livers), Homeschool Program (Genita Limke, Devonne Bolin, and Pam Hood) and Camping (Bonnie Drake) as well as 10 Year 4-Her Awards (Stephen Bolin, Bailey Bertrand) MANY THANKS for all you HAVE DONE and WILL DO!!!


4-H Bee & Cooking Day Camps Page 5


4-H Babysitting & CPR Day Camps Page 6

Candy Sale


Other 4-H Information! Page 7

Rally Day Results

Citizenship Challenge

Robotics Club

Holiday Card Contest


4-H Teen Summit 2018 Page 8


2016 Kids Vote & Robotic Club Page 9


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Calendar of Events Sunday

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March 12 March 13 March 14 March 15 March 16 Robotics Club Teen Council Nature Club MBA Club Cooking Club Horticulture Judging Beef Club

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March 19 March 20 March 21 March 22 March 23 Market to Market Rabbit & Poultry Embryology Stitch N’ Time Club DB & CEC Orientation Beef Club (Teachers)

March 24 Scrapbooking Horse Club Trip

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March 26 March 27 Shooting Sports PreCamp Meeting

March 31

April 1

April 2 Dairy Club Horse Club Baking Day Camp CPR Day Camp

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March 28 March29 Nature Club

April 3 April 4 Adult Council Babysitting Day Camp

March 30

April 5 April 6 4-H Bee Day Camp

April 7

Shooting Sports Camp

April 9 April 10 April 11 April 12 April 13 Cooking Club Teen Council Nature Club Photography Club Fashion Leadership Horticulture Judging

April 14 Stitch N Time Club

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