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Crandon Mainstreet’s Santa Scavenger Hunt and Trivia Game

Forest County 4-H is inviting area youth and families to participate in Crandon Mainstreet’s Santa Scavenger Hunt and Trivia Game as part of Christmas on Main Street scheduled for Friday, December 2nd. The scavenger hunt highlights various businesses and organizations that are participating in this annual holiday event.  Access to a smart phone and the GooseChase […]

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Enroll in Forest County 4-H!

Are you ready to enroll in Forest County 4-H?  As an enrolled 4-H member, you are eligible to participate in local, regional, and state 4-H experiences. Download the Wisconsin 4-H Program and Educational Experience booklet to learn more! Enroll here or contact Michelle at michelle.gobert@wisc.edu for more information.  

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Northwoods Clovers October 4-H Meeting

The Northwoods Clovers 4-H Club will meet on Monday, October 17th at a new location— the Laona Community Building — beginning at 5:00 p.m.  We will be making pumpkin slime and creating a Halloween woodwork project.  Registration for this program is REQUIRED to allow us to purchase supplies beforehand.  Please register here.  New members are […]

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Forest County Broadband Committee Hiring a Digital Navigator

The Digital Navigator provides individualized or small group assistance to community members who need affordable home internet service, affordable internet-capable devices, and/or coaching in introductory digital skills in order to become effective home internet users. This assistance may be provided in-person or by voice telephone, email, text, video chat, and other communication methods that work […]

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Argonne Community Club : Emergency Preparedness Night

Forest County 4-H meets the 1st Thursday of each month from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Argonne Town Hall.  Each month will focus on a 4-H hands-on activity for youth and families to learn together.  Registration is required so we can plan our materials accordingly. Register here or call/text Michelle at 715-889-1097. On Thursday, […]

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Food, Fun & Fitness Program for Crandon students

Food, Fun & Fitness will be offered to Crandon youth in grades 4th & 5th beginning on Tuesday, October 4th beginning at 3:15 p.m. at the Crandon Foods Room.  Each week Food, Fun & Fitness participants will have an opportunity to prepare healthy snacks and play active after-school games.  The program will be taught by […]

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Teen Teaching Opportunity

As a Teen Teacher, you’ll attend fun training sessions where you’ll learn how to teach middle-school kids how to cook healthy foods, stay active and have fun! Teen teachers will begin their training on Tuesday, September 20th and will offer Food, Fun and Fitness classes to younger youth beginning in October. The Teen Teaching Program […]

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2022 Youth Project Expo

The Northwoods Clovers Community 4-H Club is hosting a Youth Project Expo on Saturday, August 27th at the Wabeno Firefighter grounds.  All Forest and Oneida County 4-H enrolled members are invited to participate! (To enroll in 4-H please follow these instructions: Enroll online) Projects must be registered by August 15, 2022 @ 5:00 p.m. Members […]

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Preparing children to stay home alone during summer break

Start the Discussion Summer vacation schedules may mean some parents or grandparents are finding themselves with a decision to make about youth staying home alone.  UW-Extension offers a video training program for families designed to encourage discussions and planning for stay alone time. Video Series Home Alone Fact Sheets for Parents and Children Is your […]

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