Projects include; sewing and textiles, food and nutrition, expressive arts, natural sciences, horticulture, knitting, crotchet, fiber arts, leather craft, woodworking, home environment, fiber arts, and photography.
Clackamas County 4-H HEARTH Advisory Committee
Leaders, parents and youth members who have an interest in the Clackamas County 4-H HEARTH project areas are encouraged to attend monthly meetings on the third Monday of each month (except August, September, and December) at the Extension Office in Oregon City at 7:00 pm.
This committee is responsible for planning and implementing educational opportunities and events, fundraising for awards and scholarships, and management of the 4-H Static exhibits and contests at Clackamas County Fair.
2020 Committee Officers:
- Mel Jeffrey, Chair & Treasurer
- Janet Jordan, Secretary
- Kris Schroeder, Member & Volunteer Coordinator
Resources for Clackamas County 4-H members involved in a HEARTH project.
Fair Entry Resources
Information and forms for 4-H member entries to County and State Fair:
County Fair Contests and Exhibit Resources
Information and forms for Clackamas County Fair Contests in Foods, Sewing, Horticulture, Presentations and Fashion Revue
FCS Contest and Study Materials
Information and study materials for Family & Consumer Sciences (FCS) Contests in Foods, Sewing, Designing Spaces and Consumer Decision Making. Youth who participate in this contest can qualify to be on the Oregon State team that competes nationally at the Western National Roundup in Denver.
Awards and advancements
- Fashion Revue award: To apply for the Fashion Revue Award, submit a one-page essay detailing how and why you created your outfit, with emphasis on anything you did to be even more creative (combining patterns, embellishments, etc.).
Family and Consumer Science Project Resources
Family Consumer Science Projects Statewide Resources
Resources related to 4-H projects for members, volunteers, and leaders.