Lincoln, Logan & McPherson 4-H

 

4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential working and learning in partnership with caring adults.
4-H is education for life that uses a learn-by-doing approach.

Active in all 93 counties and at 4h.unl.edu

Lincoln, Logan & McPherson 4-H

2022 Lincoln County 1st Annual Pig Lottery

 

1. Pigs will be placed in a separate class of lottery only, not market.  

 2. Will be a gilt and barrow class.  

 3. There will be a Champion and Reserve Champion gilt and Champion and Reserve Champion barrow.  There will be a live show overall Champion and live show overall Reserve Champion.   There will also be an Overall Champion and Overall Reserve Champion (this is the exhibitor with the most points from all categories)

Enrollment is not required for some 4-H programs and events. However, club members are required to officially enroll through the 4-H Online system once a year in order to participate in club activities and fair events. Youth ages 8-18 who are not members of a formal 4-H club may enroll as independent members. Youth between the ages of 5 and 7 may also enroll as Clover Kids.

Ages: 4th-6th Grades

Cost: $5.00 per classroom

Adapted from the 4-H curriculum "Reading Makes Cents," students take a deeper dive into their financial understanding and education. The lessons engage youth with stories, hands-on activities, and practical application. Topics covered are: History of Money, Managing Money, Earning Money, Spending & Saving Money, and Checks & Consumer Sense.

(*Five 45 minute sessions.)

Ages: 4th-6th Grades

Cost: $10.00 per classroom (for all sessions)

Galactic Quest explores the history of humans in space, the technology and resources needed for missions, and the obstacles humans encounter in orbit. Activities explore important STEM topics ranging from physics and engineering to computer science and space agriculture. Kids learn foundational STEM skills while they wrestle with the same questions as today’s top aerospace scientists and engineers!

(*Four 45-60 minute sessions.)

Ages: 3rd-5th Grades

Cost: $10.00 per classroom (for all sessions)

In our everyday lives, robots are around us performing all sorts of tasks. In this series, youth will learn about the many types of tasks that robots perform, how they make human lives more efficient or safer, and what motivates new designs.Youth will explore the building blocks of robots through various hands-on activities.

Sessions include:

Ages: 1st-2nd Grades

Cost: $5.00 per classroom

Youth will learn the concept of a life cycle, and understand its importance to agriculture by recreating the various stages of growth and development of a pumpkin through hands-on activities.

(*One 45 minute session.)