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College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences

March 30, 2020 - 12:32pm --

As clubs hold their meetings virtually, members and volunteers alike may be wondering… how are we going to complete a community service project or projects that we normally do? The response is you can, just not in the traditional way that these acts of service have done before. The video below provides you some suggestions as to how your club can complete community service during our stay-at-home order from Governor DeWine.

Watch the video by clicking here>>> Community Service Video

As mentioned in the video, once the 4-H club members decide which way their community service project/s  are going to be completed, the4-H’ers will need to keep a record. The individual community service actions by the member need to be recorded a piece of note book paper or by using the fillable form (click here for the Community Service Form).

We are also asking for 4-H’ers to post some of their community service projects to our county 4-H Facebook page  Ohio-State Henry County (Ohio) or on your club’s Facebook page if they have one.

Need assistance? Contact Laura Rohlf, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development at 419-592-0806 or by email