First let me tell you that working toward a KAP is a year long undertaking. I tried to accomplish one thing a month to make a well rounded project. In October it started with attending Cameras at the Springs for Photography Project Leader Training. That experience inspired me to take on much more in the photography project.
Here are a list of most of the things I was able to complete:
- Present what I learned to my club photography project members
- Work with club reporter to write article about the C.A.T.S. Photography Training for Clover Clips
- Submitted changes to the Wyandotte and Johnson County Fair books to align with Kansas State Fair photography categories
- Attend Miami County Photography Workshop
- Created and led County Photography Project meetings
- Attended North East Kansas 4-H Photography Workshop
- Created Photography BINGO for 4-H at Home on the Johnson County Extension Website and on Social Media
- Donated photo props for cats and dogs to the Great Plains ASPCA animal shelter for adoption photos
- Shared photos taken at various 4-H events to club and county historian
- Completed Photo Imaging Class at Mill Valley High School
- Shared photos taken at nursing home of residents and family members
As with everything else, this year brought us a different kind of Achievement Celebration. In November the Lucky Clover 4-H Club met at the County Extension Office to celebrate the club, officers, leaders and members from the 2019-2020 4-H year. Congratulations at making the most out of this usual year!
By Jaden Fox, Lucky Clover Club Reporter
Hello, 4-H’ers. If you like to be crafty or like to paint, sew or care for animals, then 4-H is for you! It helps you learn to stand up and give talks, how to act in skits, and so much more! Some things that our club likes to do, are… dog training, sewing, art, crafts, ceramics, cake decorating, curing hams, electricity, photography and foods. You can also enroll in projects like cattle, goats, rabbits and many more things with animals! If you like to do any of those things, then join the Lucky Clover 4-H Club!
If you want to learn more about 4-H or the Lucky Clover 4-H Club, then contact Barb Boggs:
Also, the Johnson County 4-H/Youth Development website has additional helpful information.