Review: These are the hottest topics of the 33rd calendar week 2021 on Videogameszone

Review: These are the hottest topics of the 33rd calendar week 2021 on Videogameszone


Also in the week of August 15th Until August 22nd, 2021 many articles worth reading have been published, which we have put together for you. The selection is made automatically by the system based on the number of hits, so it is not influenced by the editorial team. So you won't miss a hot topic:


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Back to basics this year for 4-H

Von Herron, 4-H King, left, enjoyed spending time learning about rabbit hopping from 4-Her Luke Gruber, 11. (Submitted photo)

Another 4-H year for over 650 Columbiana County youth is coming to a close. The 2020-2021 year brought back many traditions and programs that were missed or changed in the previous year. Youth were able to get back to the basics of meeting regularly with their community clubs for monthly meetings, community service projects, learning about new projects and animals, and sharing about what they have learned at county and state level judging events. The Ohio State University Extension Office applauds the over 150 volunteers, as they assist in making the county programming successful.

As the 4-H Educator, Audrey Dimmerling had the privilege of acknowledging many of the outstanding youth for their hard work through awards ceremonies, presentations to scholarship recipients, and nominations for leadership awards. The enthusiasm in the county was high this year in the anticipation of the return to in-person interviews and judging events as youth were excited to share their projects and experiences.

The Project Completion Opportunity for livestock and non-livestock participants was offered for the second year. Participants were given the opportunity to share their knowledge, goals and experiences from their animal project while sharing a PowerPoint presentation with an interviewer. Participants were placed by their selection of animal species and age category. Winners were announced for each species for first year 4-H members, beginners (ages 8-10 years old), intermediate (ages 11-13 years old), and advanced (ages 14 years old and older). The Overall 4-H Premier Member Awards were awarded to one youth in each age category for their outstanding overall presentation. Linden Fannin was awarded the Overall 4-H Premier Award for first year participants, Ryker Miller for beginner, Allison Irwin for intermediate and Sara Bailey was awarded for the advanced category. All participants received ribbons and awards provided graciously by Farm Credit Mid-America and Rankin’s Meat Market.

The Ohio 4-H program takes pride in offering over 250 projects for youth to explore as there is something for everyone. Project Fair was attended by many this year, as youth showcased their efforts on the numerous still projects taken. The event highlighted projects from gardening, animal sciences, cooking, sewing, and even rocketry. Twenty-nine project area youth received county winner awards with twenty of those projects progressing as state fair qualifiers. Allison Irwin received the Kathy Burbick Award (overall clothing and nutrition winner) for her outstanding knowledge and display of the “Everyday Food and Fitness project”. The Donna Merrick Award (overall miscellaneous project winner) was awarded to Megan Short. She impressed the judges with her knowledge and dedication to learning about animal sciences through the “All Systems Go project “. Three of the youth from Columbiana County attending the state fair received high honors for their project. Megan Chludzinski, a 13-year member from the Can Do Country Kids 4-H Club, received an Outstanding of the Day for the “How Your Garden Grows” project. Payton Dunn, 3rd year member of Farmer’s Pride 4-H Club, received multiple awards; 1st place Keyhole (Pony 9-13 year old), 1st place Pole Bending (pony 9-13 year old), and 4th place Barrels (pony 9-13 year old). As a two-year member of the 4-H Scouts, Colt Evans received and Outstanding of the Day for his Rockets Away Bottle Rocket project.

As youth share their leadership skills throughout the county, 4-H recognizes their efforts through nominations and the awarding of scholarships to assist in their future education or career training. Alexis Timmons was selected and attended Ohio 4-H Leadership Camp in June. The focus of the five-day leadership experience is the development of concrete peer leadership skills that will enable participants to have an immediate impact in their home 4-H club, county, community, or school. As an 8-year 4-H member, participating in the Leaders of Tomorrow 4-H Club, Alexis will have future opportunities within the county to build and share her leadership skills with other 4-H participants across the county. Von Herron and Tess Neville were award the top honor of 4-H King and Queen as they were crowned during the opening ceremonies of the Columbiana County Fair. Emre Gott and Kelly See joined the Royal Court this year along with the King and Queen. All four individuals represent youth leadership, dedication, and determination for the 4-H program. They excel in their project areas as well as standing out in the county and role models for the younger youth.

The 4-H Program Advisory Committee (PAC) awarded five graduating seniors with a $150 scholarship for their efforts in leadership and community service. Kade Blake, Taylor Deland, Rebekka Hall, Von Herron, and Abigail Hruby received these awards. The 4-H Program Advisory Committee wishes them the best in their future endeavors. Von Herron also received the scholarship awarded by veterinarian Doug Wiley for the Lisbon Vet Scholarship in the amount of $500.

4-H is a deep-rooted tradition to Columbiana County. This year showed the resilience of our youth and the continued drive “to make the best better”. The Extension Office is excited to begin the new 4-H year, offering new volunteer opportunities and trainings, and continue to build strong youth leaders. 4-H is always accepting new members and volunteers. Audrey Dimmerling, 4-H Educator, can be reached at 330-870-1165 or by emailing with any questions or enrollment needs.

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