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4-H Volunteer Profile
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2012-08-20)
This is a profile filled out by the 4-H volunteers with staff to get volunteer information and to gauge individual interests.
A Horse of a Different Color!
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2011)
Explains different colors and markings of horses.
Virginia 4-H Foundation Newsletter, Volume 1, Issue 1 (Fall 2013)
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2014-05-05)
The Virginia 4-H Foundation newsletter contains highlights of recent impacts and successes related to philanthropic support of Virginia 4-H. Volume I, Issue I includes a message from the chair, as well as pieces on the ...
Virginia 4-H Foundation Local Program Endowments Map
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2014-09-15)
This publication is a one page map of Virginia broken into counties and districts that describe local program endowments particularly if the programs have county endowment, shared county endowment, or both.
4-H County Endowment by Purpose
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2012-10-16)
This publication is a one page map of Virginia illustrating 4-H county endowments by purpose including local programs, academic scholarships, camperships, volunteer organizations, and shared campership.
Horseless Horse Project. Unit 2, Horses are Fun
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009)
A project on horses for all 4-H club members
4-H Fashion Revue Commentary Worksheet
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2003)
This worksheet may be used to help write your commentary that will be read as you model before the judges.
A guide for 4-H Club officers
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2001)
Provides information on the duties of 4-H club officers and how to perform those duties well.
Extension guide to Virginia 4-H projects & curriculum
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2000-10)
Designed to assist Extension personnel in obtaining publications and other materials relative to the Virginia 4-H program.
Virginia 4-H Foundation Newsletter, Volume 4, Issue 2 (Summer 2016)
(Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2016-07-25)
Articles in this issue highlight students selected to represent Virginia 4-H club members as delegates to the National 4-H Congress, and also focus on an urban agricultural program to teach students about gardening, and ...