Nebraska Extension in Boone & Nance Counties

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  The Boone 4-H Council will select up to three individuals who best represent the Boone County 4H Program. These ambassadors should be well spoken and carry himself/herself with poise, sense of self-worth, and respect. They should be a leader who shows initiative and a sense of pride and commitment to promote and represent the Boone County 4H Program. 

To Apply: 

Part of the 4-H pledge states, "hands for larger service", and 4-Her's and their families in Boone and Nance county are at work doing just that by collecting donations for Braeburn Elementary school in Houston Texas.

Donations can be dropped off at the Extension office in either county.  The first shipment will be sent on September 13.

Items being collected: Basic school supplies, notebooks, pencils, crayons, and folders.   Any money collected will be used to purchase Amazon gift cards so the teacher can buy books.

Click Here for the flyer.

Nebraska Extension Educator Steve Pritchard has received the seventh annual Bill Stevens 4-H Leadership Award from Federal Premium Ammunition. The award honors volunteers and professionals involved in 4-H shooting sports who have gone the extra mile.

We had a great time at Junior 4-H Camp this year.  Check out the video for all the highlights!

Click here to watch!

Enroll in 4-H  Visit and follow the step by step instructions.  Please contact the office if you have any questions
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