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Annual report Waupaca County Agricultural Agent: 1937

4-H club,   pp. 3-4 PDF (596.1 KB)

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     - 473 members--31 clubs.
     - 71 leaders.
     - 1104 exhibits made at County Fair.
     - 450 attended Manawa Aehievement Day.
     This has been one of the most suocessful 4-H club years. Our
enrollment of 473 has exceeded all other years. In addition, there
were a larger number of organizations and the quality of work done
by the club _m bers has been superior to previous years. Twenty
different projects were carried by 4-H members with a total of 696
projects being carried in the County during the past year.
     Exhibits of 4-H olub work were made at the Waupaca County
Fair at Woyauwega, at Scandinavia# and Posholt. A total of 1104
exhibits were made at Woyauwega for which club members were paid
$721.45 in prdmiums. Glenn Householder of the State Board of Con-
trol, who Judged at the Weyauwega Fair, indicated that the 4-H
Guernsey calf exhibit was the best he bad Judged at any Fair during
this season up to the time of our County Fair.
     4-H members representea Waupaca County at the State Fair in
the Dairy; Grain# and Home Economics Judging Contests. In addition,
Eva Thompson, a member of the Wisdom Rldge Girls 4-11 Club, took
part in the State Dairy Qpeen Contest ibich also wse held at the
State Fbir.
     One of the best 4-H Achievement Days that we have had so far
was held at Manawa on October 23. Over 450 4-H members and parent,
attended, 321 elub members received achievement awards and 71 lea&-
ers were recognised for their services to club work. In addition,
the Acorn 4-H Mlub, the Wisdom Ridge Boys 4-H Club, the Willing
Workers 4-H Club, end the Shady Grove Girls 4-H Club received cer.
tificates for having 100% achievement of their projects.
     There are close to 4500 rural boys and girls In Waupaca County
of 4-H age. Therefore# there Is a large field for expansion of
club work providing the necessary leadership can be secured.
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4-H kxrollments for Four Tears

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