Virginia 4-H Military Clubs

 FT Lee Keystone & Torch 4-H Club Received 4-H Oscar for PSA of the Year During 4-H Red Carpet Event.  Read more . . .

The Dahlgren 4-H LEGO Engineers fielded two teams at the 2012 Senior Solutions Regional Competition in November.  The Dahlgren Robotic Specialist Team took 1st place in robot design for the competition and the LEGO Engineers of Dahlgren team took 2nd place overall, earning them a slot at the FIRST LEGO League Virginia/DC State Championships at James Madison University.  There, the team earned a perfect score on the robot challenge table. 

The 4-H/Navy "Pledge" Award recipient is the Virginia Military Youth Program Team consisting of the following individuals: Kathleen Jamison, Extension 4-H Military Liaison, Nancy Schaff, 4-H Military Youth Consultant, Louetta Jones, 4-H Military Club
Program Manager, Chris Clark, MIDLANT CYP Regional Training & Curriculum Specialist, Marian Leverette, Mid-Atlantic Regional School Liaison Officer, Theresa Haskins, Installation Club
Coordinator, Megan Baker, Virginia OMK Program Director. The Team received the award at the National NAE4-HA Conference in Orlando, FL on October 25, 2012. 
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The Virginia 4-H Military Youth Programs Team Receives 4-H/Navy "Pledge" Award

As a result of their work with AYV digital media projects, Hermon Maclin, 4-H Extension Agent for Prince George County and two of the Prince George 4-H Military Club members were selected to attend AYV Summit 2013. Only 113 people out of 37,000 were selected to receive an all-expenses-paid trip to this event.

At the summit, the Prince George County youth worked with a production team to create a digital media project.  Youth also learned new media techniques.


Dahlgren 4-H LEGO Engineers Win at Regional Robotics Competition

Prince George Co. 4-H Military Club Youth and 4-H Extension Agent Participated in Adobe Youth Voices (AYV) Summit 2013(August 12-16, 2013 - Santa Clara, California)

The AYV Summit was a week-long gathering of young people and educators from around the world to celebrate the creativity and promise of the next generation. Young people from twenty-three countries brought their creative thinking and boundless imagination to make media about issues important to them.