4-H Recordbooks

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All recordbooks are due in the Young County Extension Office by 5pm on June 14, 2019.

Recordbook resources can be located on the District 3 4-H website:

General rules and guidelines can also be viewed on the Texas 4-H website:

Please click for fillable recordbook forms:

Please click for powerpoint used during the Young County 4-H Recordbook Training that was held in April:

District 3 Teen Leadership Lab

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2019 Teen Leader Lab
District Teen Leadership Lab will be held June 25 – 27, 2019 at the Quartz Mountain Resort Arts & Conference Center & Nature Park in Lone Wolf, OK.

PROGRAM – There will be fun and hands on workshops and activities focusing on Leadership, Teambuilding and additional projects.

COST – The cost will be $165 per 4-H member and $125 for adult chaperones. This includes three meals, two snacks, two night’s lodging, limited accident insurance, a resource fee, facilities fee, program items, and a camp shirt.

• Grades 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 as of August 31, 2018
• Enrolled in 4-H
• Interested in or involved in leadership roles
• Have a 4-H project
• Willing to take part in all phases of Teen Leadership Lab
• Willing to assume leadership rolls after they return home

Please click the following link for detailed information. DEADLINE IS JUNE 1, 2019
• Willing to share experiences and material with others18-19 D3 Teen Leadership Lab Letter

District 3 & Texas 4-H Officer Opportunities

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District & State 4-H Officer Election
If you are planning to run for district or state 4-H office please be sure that your applications are uploaded on 4-H Connect by June 1st. Please plan to have your registration/application submitted no later than June 30th so that we can assist you as June 1st falls on a Saturday.

18-19 State Council Packet

18-19 District 3 Officer Packet

Ricochet Leadership Retreat

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A Fresh Start to a Healthier You!

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Texas Community Futures Forum

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The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service has a rich history of providing educational programs that address the most critical issues in Young County. In order to make sure that the programs being planned for the future are on target we will be meeting to identify county issues in the following programmatic areas:

-Agriculture & Natural Resources
-Families & Health
-Youth & 4H Community Development

We invite YOU to join us and participate in the 2019 Young County Texas Community Futures Forum on Thursday, April 25th at 6:00pm at the First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall.

Your opinion is highly valued and we hope you can join us. Our expectation is that the forum will last less than two hours, as we understand the value of your time.

Light refreshments will be provided.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact  the Extension office at 940.549.0737.

Walk N Talk

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Join us for our Spring Walk N Talk Kick-Off Celebration on March 25, 2019!


Walk Across Texas Kick-Off

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We would like to invite you to participate in our Spring 2019 Walk Across Texas here in Young County March 25th through May 18th.

Walk Across Texas is an eight week walking program that has more than 20 years of documented success in improving wellness and physical activity among adults and youth.  The program is simple and free.  Form teams of up to 8, keep track of walking for eight weeks.
The challenge is for the team to walk the 830 miles which is equivalent to walking across the state of Texas. We are challenging all Young County organizations, worksites, schools and churches to participate and to see which teams and individuals walk the most miles. The team and classes who walk the farthest “across Texas” will win, but everyone who participates will take home a healthy habit – walking for fitness.

To participate in WAT you need to:

  1. Get a group of coworkers that would like to walk. For schools classes can count as a team.
  2. Each class and/or team has a captain. The captain agrees to register the team and members enroll online. Please use the following League Code for
    reference: watL-190319-9JCMGL
  3. All team members keep track of their miles and report them weekly to the team captain who logs it in at the WAT website.
  4. At the end of eight weeks, team members complete a wrap-up form and the captain turns it in to the Young County Extension office.
  5. You can register and enter miles online at http://walkacrosstexas.tamu.edu .


All teams are encouraged to register on-line by Monday, March 22. For those who register their team by the deadline, their names or class will go into a random drawing for a prize. A kick off lap will take place at the Young County Courthouse on Monday, March 22nd at 12:30pm. For questions or more information about Walk Across Texas, contact us at the Young County Extension office, located at 3201 Hwy 16 South, Graham, Texas or call 940-549-0737.

2019 Young County Junior Livestock Show

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2019 Young County Junior Livestock Show Rules are linked here: 2019 YCJLS Rules












2019 YCJLS Pound Cake Contest

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2019 Pound Cake Contest Rules and Guidelines