Clinton Eagles Science Day was held in honor of National 4-H Week and National Youth Science Day Monday at former Wakarusa Valley School building.
Top honors went to Douglas County’s Extension Master Gardeners during September’s annual state EMG conference at Kansas State University.
The Douglas County Extension Council met Nov. 29 to conduct the annual election of officers and board members.
Matthew Kelso, a senior at Eudora High School, has been selected by state representatives for Kansas 4H to be one of three 4Hers from the state of Kansas to participate in an Agricultural Good Will trip/tour to Taiwan.
The Lone Star 4-H club met Nov. 14 at the Lone star Church of the Brethren.
The Douglas County Extension Council annual election was Oct. 24 at the Douglas County Extension Office on the Douglas County Fairgrounds.
The Vinland FCE will meet at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Vinland United Methodist Church, 1724 N. 692 Road, Baldwin City.
Douglas County FCE and Kansas State Research and Extension Family and Consumer Sciences announce their November program “Dried Flowers.”
The Stull Busy Beavers 4-H Club met Sept. 13 at the Stull United Methodist Church Faith and Friendship Center.
Douglas County FCE Council will hold its Fall Festival on Friday at the Dreher Building at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, 2110 Harper.
Douglas County 4-Hers present their pets of all varieties to the judges during the hand pet and cat show, Saturday at the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds.
Douglas County 4-H kids and parents collaborate to create crib sheets for premature babies, Friday, June 24, 2011. The items will go to the Stormont-Vail Regional Health Center neonatal intensive care unit in Topeka.
Experience the sights and sounds of the 2009 Douglas County Fair.
The fair, which really gets underway this weekend, began with Jackpot barrel racing Friday. Horse racing is just one of the events featured at the fair.
A 60-year-old 4-H tradition continues this Saturday.
Kids were making everything from dog treats to bird feeders at the annual 4-H Skill-a-Thon
MLK day means no school for Lawrence area students. But instead of sleeping in and being couch potatoes, some decided to wake up early for some fun. Project Skill-a-Thon gave kids the opportunity to do a number of hands-on activities.
The Douglas County 4-H Club hosted the 78th Annual Achievement celebration today.