May 3rd, 2012
Rachel Lockwood, Haskell County Extension Educator, FCS/4-H
4-H District Food Showdown: Do you have skill? Cooking skills that is. The 4-H District Food Showdown is scheduled for May 30th in Tishomingo. 4-H Food Showdown is similar to the new hit show “Chopped”. A team of three contestants will be provided a common pantry and a mystery ingredient to create their unique dish for a panel of judges. Haskell County 4-Hers, Megan Orr, Lyndall Warren and Tarah Satterfield brought home the Southeast District Trophy last year as well as 2nd place at State 4-H Roundup. If you are of the senior age group (ages 14-18) and have a team of 3 culinary artists contact the Haskell County Extension Office for more details. One team for the Senior age group will be selected to compete at the district contest. There is also a Dutch Oven Food Showdown for ages 9-19. If you and two friends enjoy cooking campfire style, this is the contest for you all. Haskell County 4-H can take several teams to the district contest, so sign up now. Contact your club leader or OSU Extension Office for registration forms. REGISTRATION IS DUE TO THE OFFICE MAY 11th, 2012.
Haskell County 4-H Pie Auction: Apple, Pecan, Lemon, Cherry, Blueberry…Oh My! Join us and bid on your favorite pie as the Haskell County OHCE hosts a Pie Auction benefiting Haskell County 4-H. The Pie Auction will be held June 2, 2012, 6:00 p.m. at the Leo Reasnor Community Building in Kinta. Candidates who wish to attend or have questions about the event, please call the Haskell County OSU Extension Office at (918)967-4330.
Haskell County 4-H Summer Camp: “Branching Out with 4-H” will be held June 6-8th at Robbers Cave State Park. Registration is due May 22nd, 2012 to Haskell County OSU Extension office. Youth interested in attending should visit with their club leader or contact Haskell County OSU Extension Office (918)967-4330 for more information. Also “Like” us on facebook at Haskell County 4-H Clubs or visit us on the web at http://oces.okstate.edu/haskell and check out our calendar to see what else is happening in 4-H.
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