Dallas County 4-H Event and Meeting Calendar

Friday, February 26, 2016

4-H Spring Break Camp

Does your child like rockets, animals, or gardening? If yes, then 4-H is perfect for them! 4-H believes in the power of young people to make a difference. We are America's largest youth development and youth mentoring organization - empowering almost six million kids with the skills to lead for a lifetime.

Dallas County 4-H will be hosting a Spring Break Camps across Dallas County is March. Find the camp that is right for you! 
  •  East Richardson Church of Christ (Tues. Mar 8th – Thurs. Mar 10th) 1504 East Campbell Road, Richardson, TX 75081   
  • United Methodist Church in Mesquite (Tues. Mar 8th – Thurs. Mar 10th) 298 N Galloway Ave. Mesquite, Texas
  • Biodiversity Education Center in Coppell (Mon. Mar. 14th – Thurs. Mar.17th) 367 Freeport Pkwy.​​ ,Coppell, TX 75019 
  • Gecko Hardware (Mon. Mar. 14th - Friday, Mar. 18th) 10233 E Northwest Hwy #409, Dallas, Texas 75238
Youth ages 7 to 12 are invited to come join the fun of learning by doing. Camp will be from 9 to noon, with camper drop off starting at 8:30 am. Camp costs $10 per day or $40 for the entire week.

For more information contact Dr. Tamra McGaughy at tdmcgaughy@ag.tamu.edu or call at 214-904-3061.

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Cooke County Archery Tournament

Urbanite archers had a great time at the Cooke County indoor archery tournament on Saturday in Gainsville.

Jefferson C.  1st place Intermediate Barebow
Eamon S. 1st place Senior Barebow
McKenzie S. 3rd place Senior Barebow
Michael A. 4th place Senior Compound Aided

Sunday, November 8, 2015

Quiz Bowl

Dallas County invitational quiz bowls were held on Sunday at the county office. Competitive teams went head to head in three contests, Food and Nutrition, Horse and Poultry.
Urbanite Senior Poultry Team

Greek Cowboys are cooking!

Members of the Greek Cowboys of Coppell 4H club participated in this past Sunday's Food Challenge workshop. The worked with other Dallas County 4Hers to create a chicken, vegetable, rice and tomato sauce dish. The members were bummed that they could not try some of their creation due to food safety concerns. They are excited to possibly enter the county food challenge to be held later this 4H year.

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