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4-H Connects Kids to Cornell
4-H program that teaches about the protein content in flour and how this affects the dough texture
Welcome to 4-H in Schuyler County!
We are carrying forward with the “Green Since 1902″ tradition, and most of our communications will now take place via our Facebook page. Please visit us there for the latest on programs and events.
We offer many exciting opportunities for youth in Schuyler County,
including robotics, dog obedience, Cloverbud Science Camps and more!! If
you are interested in finding out how to join in the fun, please email
email@example.com or give us a call at 607-535-7161.
read more about 4-H, its history and philosophy on this site, and you can find ways that you and your family can become involved. Once you see what 4-H has to offer, please call us with any questions you may have! We look forward to speaking with you, and we hope to welcome you soon to a 4-H program in your community.
Schuyler County Youth Bureau Funds:
Background:Our Choose Health project had a countywide
target area with emphasis on recruitment from youth involved with PINS
Diversion, Children’s Services and Mental Health Services.Recruitment for remaining youth spots occurred
in both school districts.Our project
goal was to provide youth with an opportunity to learn life skills related to
meal preparation, team building, and two one hour hands-on sessions on peer
We offered two series of Choose Health based on our waiting
list of youth.Each series provided six
sessions which are two hours in length.We served a total of 27 young people.
Youth that participated in our first series provided dinner
pies for the Cornell Cooperative Extension Annual Meeting on November 17 at the
Seneca Lodge.They also helped serve and
bus the tables.They group also created
the winning pie entry for our Annual Pie Palooza competition, and were chosen
out of sixteen entries.
Youth that participated in series two were able to take part
in our campus Program Research on Youth Development and Engagement (PRYDE)
“Youth with Purpose” pre and post survey.The research focuses on identifying youth having purpose as a protective
factor for doing well throughout the teen years.They will also be part of a local and
should enter a cooking contest, we now know how to cut like they do”
it is hard to learn how to do something new”
tried something new, even though I did not want to and I met new friends,
learned how to be safe and be on my own in a kitchen”
was not long enough, I want to do this again, and I did not get into trouble
our recipes from class for our cookbook and making the pie”
Last updated January 18, 2017