Project Achievement

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  • Junior/Senior Project Achievement – Rock Eagle 4-H Center – February 6-8, 2015
  • Cloverleaf Project Achievement –  Mossy Creek Middle School – March 21, 2015

Georgia 4-H Project Achievement Resources for Parents

Important Dates

January 17 – Mandatory Jr./Sr. DPA Dress Rehearsal**

February 6-8 – SWD Junior/Senior Project Achievement: Rock Eagle 4-H Center

February 27 –  Parent slip due to teacher sponsors for 4th-6th grade for Cloverleaf Project Achievement (CPA)

March 21 – Cloverleaf Project Achievement: Mossy Creek Middle School

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2014 Project Achievement

We would like to congratulate the 4-Hers 7th-12th grade who participated in Southwest District Project Achievement (DPA) at Rock Eagle 4-H Center.

4-H Project Achievement is a self-directed individual competition including
presentations and, when age appropriate, a documented record of project work, leadership and service based on
experiential learning activities. Georgia 4-H Base Programming 

Fourteen 4-Hers from Houston County competed on Saturday, February 8, 2014.Listed are those who placed in the top three.

Juniors: (7th-8th grade)

1st Place

Elizabeth Day ~ Fashion Revue

2nd Place

Colleen Braski ~ General Recreation

Victoria Day ~ Performing Arts Vocal

Madison Tillman ~ Cat Care

3rd Place

Kaliah Dawes ~ History

Seniors (9th-12th grade)

1st Place and Competing at State Congress

Amelia Day ~ Arts & Crafts

Clare Braski ~ General Recreation

Virginia Buzzell ~ Performing Arts Other Instrumental

2nd Place/ Sweepstakes Winner (Competing at State Congress )

Samantha Becerra ~ Photography

The Importance of Volunteering

Have you ever needed help but were not sure how to ask for it?  Have you ever need someone to help you complete an important project but had to do it on your own and struggled with it?  Well, that’s why volunteer work is so important.

4-H has always had prided in teaching children how to work together to achieve a common goal.  Houston County 4-H Agents strive every day to give our children guidance and support while helping them find that one thing they are really good at.

Houston County 4-H has grown over the years and because of this, we now have a presence in almost every  school in Houston County.  Our agents love working with your children and want to do more for them, but there are a lot more children than there are agents.  That’s where you come in.

Your child and many others would benefit even more with your help.  Volunteering doesn’t mean being the one in charge of an entire program, (unless you want to), but volunteering is a group of people working together to achieve a common goal.  That same concept the agents are teaching our children.

4-H wouldn’t exist without dedicated volunteers.

Please help us make this program grow. 

Jean Marie Bodien

President

Volunteer Leaders Association

2011-2013

Houston County 4-H