Nokesville 4-H Club
 

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NEXT NOKESVILLE
GENERAL 4-H CLUB MEETING

NOKESVILLE 4-H PROJECTS AND
PWC CO. 4-H EVENTS 2014
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August TBD, 2014
Location: Megan's house for end of year pool party and awards

Things to bring:
- dish to share
- cameras, lots of smiles
- swimsuits and towels

General Club Monthly Meeting Goals:
- community service activity
- leadership roles as a club officer
- making new friends
- learning about other projects and county 4-h activities
- recreation, snacks and guest speakers
- giving presentations & demonstrations
- public speaking opportunities via project reports
- learning how to conduct a formal productive meeting via parliamentary procedure
- special cloverbud meetings during gen. club mtg

General Club Monthly Meeting Dates:
We request your attendance on the following EIGHT Fridays for 2013-2014 to be a bona fide member:

Oct. 18, 2013 (major agenda: enrollment, new mem mtg, project signups)
Nov. 15, 2013 (major agenda: elections; turn in fundraiser)
Dec. 13, 2013 (major agenda: community service)
Jan. 3, 2014 - presentations
Feb. 21, 2014 - Meeting Credit for attendance at Share the Fun Performance, 7pm
Mar. 7, 2014- presentations
May 2, 2014 - presentations
August TBD, 2014 - year end award dinner / pool party

Parent Volunteer
2012-2013 Club Positions:

Community Service: Sandy Arnold
Chairman: Libby Arnold
Communications: Sandy Arnold
Portfolios: Margie O'Leary
Agenda: President & Sandy Arnold
Set-Up/Clean Up: All families
Nokesville Day Yard Sale Coordinator; Kathy Yohn
Fundraiser: Laura Lynn Miller
Membership: MaryBeth Lerch
Treasurer: Laura Lynn Miller
Awards: Kathy Kolwicz /  Michele Zuspan
Camp Cloverbuds: Michelle Zuspan
Officers: Sandy A. / Amy O.
Meeting Snack Area: Kolwicz & O'Leary


  • May 24, June 14 - Edible Science in the Kitchen project

  • June 16-19 State 4-H Congress VA Tech, Blacksburg

  • July 9 State Horse Show Meeting at 4-H Office

  • July 27-31 Pr Wm. /Stafford Junior Camp at Northern VA 4-H Center,

  • Aug. 8-16 PWC Fair, 4-H Childrenís Barn Prince William County Fairgrounds, Manassas

  • Aug. 11-15 4-H Fair Day Camp at Prince William County Fairgrounds, Manassas

  • Sept.2nd Due: Portfolios, Award and Outstanding Member, Secretary & Treasurer Books, Presidentís Volunteer Service Tracking

  • Sept. 9 4-H Association at McCoart Building, Occoquan Rm. 7-8:30 PM

  • Oct. TBD Recognition Day 2014 at PW Lions Club, Manassas

 

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Nokesville 4-H Club
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Nokesville 4-H Club is
for
Cloverbud ages 5-8
and Project Ages 9-19

Members are expected to come to General Club Meetings. See the calendar for scheduled dates (Fridays). Club Projects are held in addition to these General Club meetings for any child interested in that specific topic of study, usually for ages 9 and up.
Occasional Cloverbud activities are held for ages 8 and under. County sponsored 4-H activities vary month to month.

New Enrollments will be accepted at the October 2014 meeting. Required New member orientation meeting begins at 5:30pm.

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Stickers and Car Magnets
for Sale at the Meetings

$3 for stickers, $4 for car magnets


Read Previous Monthly Meeting Minutes

Nokesville 4-H Club Charter.pdf


Thank You to our Wonderful Club Sponsors!
Nokesville Church of the Brethren, Nokesville, VA




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