Community Service and Service Learning are key components in the yearly programs of Rock County 4-H clubs.
Clubs can receive recognition for their Community Service activities at the annual Rock County 4-H Achievement Program by submitting the following forms:
- Rock County 4-H Community Service Report Form: a separate form is completed by each Rock County 4-H Club Leader (Club Chair) for each community service project/activity during this 4-H year.
- Rock County 4-H Community Service Recognition Form: completed by each Rock County 4-H Club Leader (Club Chair) to summarize the total number of hours worked on Community Service Projects this 4-H year.
Service Learning is Community Service that is enhanced by community partnerships, giving youth a voice in planning, reflection activities and other elements. Following are several resources on Service Learning:
- Elements of Service Learning (Word)
- Elements of Service Learning (pdf)
- Enhancing Community Service Activities (Word)
- Enhancing Community Service Activities (pdf)
Latest Community Service and Service Learning Blog Posts
- Wear Green Day is Friday, November 19 this year. Recruit your family, friends, co-workers, etc to wear green and snap a group photo to share. If you aren’t on FB, you can send it to Tammy DeGarmo at Project 16:49 to be shared out.
- (Submitted by Natalie Abey, Rock County 4-H Junior Council Media Specialist) The Children’s Christmas Benefit is once again happening this year. We would really like to help them out with food donations. We will be collecting peanut butter and jelly. Please bring your collections to the November Jr. & Sr. Council Meeting or take them […]
- As we approach the 21st year of the Children’s Christmas Benefit, we want to thank the many Rock County 4-H Clubs for their support through contributions of gifts, food and volunteer help during our event and after with sorting and packing gifts and food for children and families in need throughout Rock County. We couldn’t […]