Babysitting Training

Students in grades 5-8 are invited to come and learn the basics of how to safely provide care for young children and also get ideas for fun activities to do with the children. Wednesday March 9:00am – 3:00pm Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Community Services 712 E 2nd Street Merrill Cost: $20.00 per student Class size […]

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2019 Summer Camp – Adult Staff Needed

Are you interested in attending the 2019 4-H Summer Camp?  We are seeking adults who would love to spend a few days at one of our 4-H Camps as an adult chaperone.  It is a great opportunity to learn along side our 4-H youth while building relationships that last a life time. Check out the […]

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2018-19 After the Bell Program Starts September 10th

For the 2018-19 school year, the “After the Bell” program will begin on Monday, September 10, 2018.  This free program is available for all middle school students whether they attend public or parochial school from 3:05 – 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday in Room 118 (enter the school through Door 14) at the Prairie River […]

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HAVE A PROJECT WORKSHOP!

Plan a project workshop during your regular club meeting (or at a different date).  Plan it far enough ahead that we can advertise it to other clubs.  We would be happy to include it in the 4-H Newsletter.  Most clubs don’t have leaders for every project in which their members are enrolled.  A countywide workshop […]

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Merrill Optimist Seeking Help to Build An All Access Playground

The Merrill Noon Optimist Club is looking for the community’s help to build an all access playground. Donate your newspaper, non-confidential paper and junk mail to our Magic Paper Box to help raise funds to support their effort.  Refer to the flyer below for more information. Magic Paper Box flyer

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Club and/or Project Printouts

With the 4-H Online enrollment system, all club general and project leaders are now able to access their own membership lists.  Club project leaders should have access to seeing all members within your own club that have enrolled in the project you are leading.  If you are the chair of a countywide key committee, you […]

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Youth Leadership

One of the unique aspects of 4-H is the club meetings are run by youth officers!  This is an excellent opportunity to become confident talking in front of groups helping 4-H members get to know one another, determine what your club will do to make your community a better place to live and to have […]

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Youth Agricultural Loans

FSA makes loans to individual youths to establish and operate income-producing projects of modest size in connection with their participation in 4-H clubs, FFA and similar organizations. Each project must be part of an organized and supervised program of work designed to provide practical business and educational experience. The project must be planned and operated with the help […]

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Tree Seedlings Available for 4-H Clubs

The Wisconsin DNR – State Nursery Program would like to encourage 4-H clubs and other youth groups to plant trees. Trees provide a home for wildlife, protect our soil and water, and help clean our air. The State Nursery Program has a long tradition of providing tree seedlings to 4-H, FFA and other youth groups. […]

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Lincoln County 4-H Grant Program

The Lincoln County 4-H Leaders’ Association Board of Directors has adopted a grant program that provides financial sponsorship for Lincoln County 4-H members from limited resource families or families experiencing a financial hardship. This grant program only provides funding for county, regional, state or national 4-H programs or events. 4-H members must complete and submit […]

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