Lancaster County 4-H'er Roping a Calf at the
2005 Fonner Park State 4-H Horse Exposition

Lancaster County 4-H'er Roping a calfIn the photo right, Lancaster County 4-H'er Nicole Zulke is participating in the "Break-Away Roping" event at the State 4-H Horse Expo. Nicole is from Sterling, Nebraska.

Find the top Lancaster County 4-H placings at the State 4-H Horse Expo and more photos HERE

About 4-H: The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension 4-H Youth Development Program is open to all youth ages 5-18. Through learning-by-doing, youth gain practical skills and develop life skills.

Nebraska 4-H has more than 150 project areas. Age-appropriate project manuals are written by university experts. Most project manuals have accompanying leader guides.

In most clubs, members complete several projects a year. Some 4-H clubs focus on one particular project area, such as rabbits. Many youth exhibit their projects at the county and state fairs.

Families are encouraged to help organize a new club -- which is a lot easier than you may think! Starting a 4-H club now gives plenty of time for members to work on projects for next year’s county and state fairs.


Now is a Great Time to Start a 4-H Club

Lancaster County, Nebraska 4-H

On-line Interest form for Lancaster County families

4-H Spotlights on Clubs

Nebraska 4-H

Do you live outside of Lancaster County, Nebraska? Find your local Extension office to learn more about 4-H opportunities in your area HERE

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Can You Guess It??This Can You Guess It?? photo appears in the September 2005 Nebline Newsletter.



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