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What is 4-H?

4-H is a community of young people across Kansas engaged in learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills. Caring adults who support our programs are essential for youth to achieve their potential. Adults can share guidance, knowledge and wisdom, as well as model respect and provide skills training.

4-H is a nationwide program. Each of the four H's of the clover represent ways youth can grow and develop.

  • Head, critical thinking, problem solving; 
  • Heart, self-discipline, integrity, communication;
  • Hands, serving others; and
  • Health, choosing healthy lifestyles.
Kansas 4-H Website http://www.kansas4-h.org
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Post Rock District 4-H Information as of 12-1-13:
 
  • Number of 4-H Clubs: 17
  • Number of 4-H Members: 344
  • Number of new 4-H Members: 63
  • Top 5 Most Popular Projects:
    • Visual Arts: 212
    • Shooting Sports: 210
    • Beef: 201
    • Photography: 199
    • Foods and Nutrition: 190
  • District Wide 4-H Project:  Shooting Sports(Disciplines offered are listed below)
    • BB
    • Air Rifle
    • Small Bore Rifle
    • Shotgun
    • Archery
    • Hunting Skills
 
 
Events
4-H Lady Wildcat Basketball
Manhattan
January 11, 2015

4-H Day
Beloit & Osborne
Feb. 14 & March 2

Contact

Daphne Manning
4-H Program Coordinator
Mankato
Phone : 785-378-3174
dmannin@ksu.edu


Abigayel Hendrich
4-H Program Coordinator
Smith Center
Phone : 785-282-6823
ahendrich@ksu.edu


Julie Nichols
4-H Program Coordinator
Beloit
Phone : 785-738-3597
jnichol@ksu.edu

Aliesa Woods
Aliesa Woods
Post Rock District
P.O. Box 8 Lincoln, Kansas 67455
Phone : 785-524-4432
awoods@ksu.edu