4-H in Oswego County Turns 100 – Oswego County Today

Photo of Barbara Mandigo of Pulaski marching in the 1939 Oswego County Fair Parade.

OSWEGO COUNTY – Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oswego County is excited to announce that its 4-H Youth Development Program is 100 years old.

Over the past century, young people in Oswego County have reached their full potential through 4-H clubs, projects, community service and educational programs.

Oswego County Cooperative Extension invites all former Oswego County 4-H members, club leaders, volunteers and staff to attend the planned Oswego County 4-H Centennial Celebration Saturday, August 6 from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

The celebration will be held at the Oswego County Fairgrounds Entertainment Building located in Sandy Creek. A special recognition ceremony will be held at 2:15 p.m. The Centennial Celebration is an opportunity to publicly recognize and honor all of the volunteers, members, educators, elected officials and alumni who have contributed so much to Cornell Cooperative Extension County. ‘Oswego 4- H Youth development over the past 100 years.

Current and past 4-H members and volunteers are encouraged to wear their 4-H attire and bring their club banners for display. The 4-H program will have exhibits organized by decade. Participants can browse through them and even bring their own memories to share.

Registration is not required to attend; however, it is useful. Please RSVP by July 27 by calling the Oswego County 4-H Program’s Cornell Cooperative Extension at 315-963-7286 ext. 400, or by completing the registration form at thatscooperativeextension.org/events/2022/08/06/4-h-centennial-celebration.

Cornell Cooperative Extension is a recognized employer and educator that values ​​AA/EEO, protected veterans, and people with disabilities, and provides equal employment programs and opportunities. Please contact the Cornell Cooperative Extension Oswego County office if you have special needs.

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