Sponsors Yvonne Tarr, Arleta Pulliam, and Rhonda McCormick
Congratulations to the officers elected for the
2013-2014 school year:
President - Madisan Wesbrook
Vice President - Charity Pulliam
Treasurer - Kelby Linn
Secretary - Jaclyn McCormick
Reporter - Hannah DeHaas
Noble County Club Rep. - Emily Tarr
Song Leaders - Mady Coy and Marlene Goodman
Game Leaders - Grace Williams and Jakob Burgess
The 4-H Pledge
My head to clearer thinking,
My heart to greater loyalty,
My hands to larger service,
My health to better living,
For my club,
And my world
The 4-H Motto
“To Make The Best Better.”
The next Frontier 4-H meeting will be scheduled soon for sometime in August.
Congratulations to Grace Williams, Charity Pulliam, and Jaclyn McCormick for collectively receiving two Grand Champions and three Reserve Grand Champions for their entries in the Noble County Fashion Review and the Skillathon.
Frontier 4-Hers Hannah DeHaas, Charity Pulliam, Madisan Wesbrook, and Jaclyn McCormick have been selected as 2013 Noble County 4-H Ambassadors.
4-H Officers for 2012-2013
President - Charity Pulliam
Vice President - Jaclyn McCormick
Secretary - Jakob Burgess
Treasurer - Dylan Wilson
Reporter - Kelby Linn
Song Leaders - Emily Tarr, Logan Buchanan
Game Leaders - Marlene Goodman, Trent Buchanan
Frontier 4-H Noble County Representative - Madisan Wesbrook Noble County Ambassador/Secretary - Jaclyn McCormick
Noble County Fall Free Fair results:
Several 4-Hers competed in displaying exhibits in the women's building and showing livestock.
Noble County Fall Livestock Judging results:
Anna Sawyer, Amy Lane, Charity Pulliam, and Marlene Goodman received a second place on team livestock judging.
Individual livestock judging results; Charity Pulliam received 5th, Anna Sawyer received 9th, and Marlene Goodman received 10th.
Tulsa State Fair results:
Several 4-Hers had exhibits sent to the Tulsa State Fair.
Tulsa State Fair Livestock Judging Contest results:
Four 4-Hers competed in the Livestock Judging contest.
4-H Has Talent (formerly Share-the-Fun) results:
Jenna Adcock received a Grand Champion for her piano solo "Solfeggieto".
Charity Pulliam received a Reserve Grand on her recital of the poem "Cowboy Laureate".
Cody Peterson (Perry 4-H), Charity Pulliam, Maddy Coy, Jaclyn McCormick, and Jenna Adcock receive Grand Champion for their large skit "Fruit of the Loom".
Noble County Fashion Review/FCS Skill-a-Thon results:
Grace Williams, Charity Pulliam, and Jaclyn McCormick competed in the Noble County 4-H Fashion Review and Skillathon. Colllectively they received two Grand Champion and three Reserve Grand Champion awards.
Food Fest/Food Showdown results:
Frontier 4-Her Kelby Linn and Frontier Cloverbuds Grace Williams, Clayton Williams, and Peyton Linn participated in the Noble County 4-H Food Fest. Participating but not pictured was Charity Pulliam, Trenton Tarr, Emily Tarr, Shelby Siler, and Jaclyn McCormick.
Oklahoma Science Museum Camp-in:
Eighteen Frontier 4-Hers and five sponsors attended the Oklahoma Science Museum Camp-in. Special thanks is extended to the Heartland Western Outfitters and Heartland Tank for providing scholarships so all could attend.
Noble County Spring Livestock Show:
Several 4-Hers competed in the livestock show and premium sale.
Frontier Ag Booster Chili Cook-off and Auction:
Trent Buchanan serves Kelby Linn a bowl of "Gobblin' Good Chili" at the Chili Cook-off. Trent Buchanan received 1st place for his chili at the 15th Annual Frontier Ag Booster and Masonic Lodge Chili Cook-off and Auction.
Dylan and Kayleigh Wilson serve up some "Buckboard Chili" at the Chili Cook-off with friend Connor Norman. Dylan Wilson received 2nd place for his chili and the award for best table decoration.
Noble County Speech/Demonstration Contest results:
Kelby Linn gave a demonstration and received a blue award.
Madisan Wesbrook gave a digital media presentation about visual art.
Hannah Dehaas gave a digital media presentation about stray animals.
Jaclyn McCormick gave a digital media presentation about goats.
NW District Share-the-Fun results:
Jenna Adcock performing her solo piano piece at the Northwest District 4-H has Talent.
Charity Pulliam, Dylan Wilson, and Dana Lane conducting a lesson on how to use the score cards while participating in livestock judging activities.
Charity Pulliam and Jaclyn McCormick participate in a Livestock Judging Workshop presented by Calie Sebor.
Jaclyn McCormick, Madisan Wesbrook, and Jakob Burgess riding on a float in the Perry Cherokee Strip Parade.
Frontier 4-Hers attending the 2012 Noble County officer training: (back row) Jaclyn McCormick, Emily Tarr, Shelby Silar, Dana Lane, Madisan Wesbrook, Austin Sawyer, Charity Pulliam and (front row) Jakob Burgess, Audrey Kincannon, Amy Lane, Anna Sawyer, Kelby Linn, Logan Buchanan.
Frontier 4-Hers Kyler Kauk, Marlene Goodman, Marilyn Goodman, and Amy Lane decorating t-shirts for 4-H Week with Mrs. Cheryl Wilson.
Frontier 4-Hers Madisan Wesbrook, Trenton Tarr, Dylan Wilson, Emily Tarr, Jaclyn McCormick, Charity Pulliam, Kelby Linn, and Jakob Burgess enjoyed a tour of a radio station in Ponca City where they were able to pre-record radio public service announcements about 4-H Week.
Frontier 4-Hers Emily Tarr, Madisan Wesbrook, Hannah DeHaas, Charity Pulliam and Trenton Tarr attended a hunter's safety course as a requirement to participate in 4-H Shooting Sports.
Frontier 4-H Cloverbuds prepared a bulletin board during 4-H Week to help celebrate the event. Those pictured are (standing) Mrs. Mindy Linn, Callie Lane, and Jenna Adcock and (sitting) Brayden Rexford, Grace Williams, Clayton Williams, Kyler Kauk, Payten Linn, Bryce Rexford, Tristyn Barton, Evan Thompson, Lane Thompson, Kenly Kauk, and Kayleigh Wilson.
A Poster, created by Anna Sawyer, can be found hanging in the lunchroom. It is promoting 4-H's "Revolution of Responsibility" slogan and asks for others to join!
Frontier 4-Hers Jaclyn McCormick, Tristyn Barton, Maddy Coy, Daxton Crowell, and Kelby Linn posing in front of the 4-H Week Spirit contest decorated window.
4-Hers Madisan Wesbrook, Jaclyn McCormick, Jakob Burgess, and Charity Pulliam are posing with two employees from the Otoe-Missouria Deli Mart after giving them a tray of cookies to thank local Red Rock businesses for supporting Frontier 4-H during 4-H Week.
A poster created by the Frontier Cloverbuds hangs in the Frontier Middle School hallway during 4-H Week.
4-Her Chase Harmon gives a talk to the Frontier 4-H Club members about Fire Prevention Week during the October 4-H meeting.
4-H Game Leader Marlene Goodman gives the instructions of a new game to the 4-H members during the October 4-H meeting.
Frontier 4-Hers pose with Mr. Cody Sullins after the the 4-H Club donated several cases of bottled water to the Red Rock Volunteer Fire Department.
4-Hers Jaclyn McCormick, Maddy Coy, Madisan Wesbrook, Hannah DeHaas, Shelby Siler, Kelby Linn, and T.J. Siler (and parent volunteer Mrs. Andrea Siler) place stickers on mints that state "4-H is mint for you" to hand out to the students at Frontier Public School during 4-H Week.
4-Hers Emily Tarr, Shelby Silar, and Dana Lane serve cookies at the Noble County 4-H has Talent competition.
Jaclyn McCormick and Charity Pulliam serve green punch at the Noble County 4-H has Talent competition.
Charity Pulliam and Jaclyn McCormick attended the NW District 4-H Leadership Conference in Guymon, Ok.
Frontier 4-Hers Bret Kincannon, Amy Lane, and Dana Lane are preparing to showcase items as they are being bid on at the 15th Annual Frontier Ag Booster and Masonic Lodge Chili Cook-off.
Jakob Burgess serving Bret Kincannon chili at the 15th annual Frontier Ag Booster Chili Cook-off.
Marilyn and Marlene Goodman take a break from serving their "Mardi Gras Chili" to pose for a photograph.
Dylan Wilson, Madisan Wesbrook, and Hannah DeHaas present a lesson about dog training and how to make homemade dog treats during the November 4-H meeting.
Madisan Wesbrook and Charity Pulliam are practicing archery as part of their shooting sports project.
Madisan Wesbrook sharing her shooting sports project with the Frontier 4-Hers during the December club meeting.
Frontier 4-H Club Song Leaders Logan Buchanan and Emily Tarr lead a song during the December club meeting.
Charity Pulliam sharing with 4-H Parent/Volunteer/Leaders during the Speech/Demo Workshop how to "sell" an item in the Grab Bag Speech category. (onlooking is Samantha Ephgrave the Noble County Extension 4-H Educator)
Trenton Tarr, Jaclyn McCormick, Charity Pulliam, Emily Tarr, Kelby Linn, and Jakob Burgess posing in front of their float for the indoor parade at 4-H Day at Oakwood Mall in Enid, Oklahoma.
Jaclyn McCormick, Charity Pulliam, and Michealanne Nelson helping to beautify the Myriad Gardens in Oklahoma
City, Oklahoma during the National Day of Service.
Jaclyn McCormick, Michealanne Nelson, and Charity Pulliam enjoying some ice skating during a Noble County 4-H Teen Outing at Bricktown in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Jaclyn McCormick, Hannah DeHaas, Madisan Wesbrook, and Charity Pulliam were selected as Noble County 4-H Ambassadors for 2013.
Shelby Siler sharing a "shake n' go" recipe with Ms. Arleta Pulliam at the March 4-H meeting.
Emily Tarr showing her hamster to Hayley Tarr as part of her Cavy project.
Audrey Kincannon sharing with the 4-H club her experiences from the OSU Goat Showmanship workshop.
July 1 - 4-H member enrollment cards due
July 1 - TSF nominations postmarked
July 14 - State 4-H Volunteers Conference
July 15 - Club Records/Secretary/Treasurer books due
July (16-18) - OSU Animal Science Field Days in Stillwater, OK
July (23-26) - State 4-H Roundup in Stillwater, OK
June 1 - NW District Food Showdown in Taloga, OK
June 1 - NW District Horse Show in Cherokee, OK
June (4-6) - State Leadership Teen Retreat in Stillwater, OK
June 11 - Jr. 4-H Camp Counselor move-in day at Camp Redlands in Stillwater, OK
June (12-14) - Jr. 4-H Camp at Camp Redlands in Stillwater, OK
June (13-15) - State 4-H Horse Show in Shawnee, OK
June 14 - 4-H Photography Contest entries due
June (17-28) - 4-H Art and Photography exhibit in the Noble County Courthouse in Perry, OK
June 27 - TSF Broiler orders due
June 28 - Relay for Life in Perry, OK
May 3 - Fashion Review and FCS Skillathon Contest in Billings, OK at 6:00 PM
May 6 - Achievement Score Sheets due
May 6 - 4-H County Record Books due
May 6 - County Record Book Medal Judging
May 6 - Jr. 4-H Camp late registration due
May 8 - club meeting/Frontier Open Classroom at 3:30 PM (parents invited)
May 14 - TSF nomination kit early bird orders due
May (28-29) - Jr. 4-H Camp counselor training
April 1 - State Record Book 3rd rough draft due
April 3 - club meeting/Frontier Open Classroom at 3:30 PM (parents invited)
April 8 - County Record Book Workshop in Perry, OK
April 13 - State Compound Archery Shoot in Stillwater, OK
April 15 - Fashion Review and FCS Skillathon registration due
April 15 - State 4-H Horse Photo Contest entries due
April 20 - State 4-H Horse Judging Contest in Stillwater, OK
April 20 - State Recurve Archery Shoot in Stillwater, OK
April 22 - State 4-H Record Books due
April 22 - NW District Horse Show entries due
April 22 - Jr. 4-H early bird camp registration due
April 27 - State 4-H Livestock Judging Contest
March 1 - State 4-H Ambassador applications due
March 4 - State Record Book 2nd rough draft due
March 4 - 4-H Camp Counselor applications due
March 6 - club meeting/Frontier Open Classroom at 3:30 PM (parents invited)
March (6-11) - NW District Junior Livestock Show in Enid, OK
March (16-26) - Oklahoma Youth Expo in OKC, OK
March (18-22) - Spring Break
March 23 - Invitational Archery Shoot at CCC Lake in Perry, OK
March 25 - County Record Book Workshop in Perry, OK
February 4 - Noble County Speech contest registration due
February 4 - OYE nominations due to the Noble County Extension office
February 4 - NW District Livestock Show entries due
February 4 - State Record Book 1st rough draft due
February 6 - club meeting/Frontier Open Classroom at 3:30 PM (parents invited)
February 9 - Noble County Speech Contest in Morrison, OK at 9:00 AM
February (18-21) - Noble County Spring Livestock Show in Perry, OK
February 16 - OSU 4-H Horse Judging Clinic in Stillwater, OK
February 19 - County Record Book Workshop in Perry, OK
February (22-23) - Oklahoma Science Museum 4-H Camp-in in OKC, OK
January (1-4) - Christmas Break
January 5 - 4-H Day at Oakwood Mall in Enid, OK from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
January 7 - Noble County Parent/Volunteer/Leaders meeting in Perry, OK at 6:30 PM
January 7 - Noble County Record Book workshop in Perry, OK
January 9 - club meeting/Frontier Open Classroom at 3:30 PM (parents invited)
January 12 - State indoor archery shoot
January 19 - Noble County 4-H teen outing (7th - 12th graders) in OKC, OK
January 19 - Goat Showmanship workshop in Stillwater, OK at 9:00 AM
January 23 - NW District Livestock Judging contest in Enid, OK
January 23 - registration deadline for attending the Oklahoma Science Museum 4-H Camp-in
January 26 - NW District 4-H Has Talent in Fairview, OK
December 3 - 4-H Day at Oakwood Mall in Enid, OK registration due
December 5 - club meeting/Frontier Ag. Ed. Classroom at 3:30 PM (parents invited)
December 10 - 4-H State Record Book workshop in Perry, OK
December 13 - Noble County Ambassador teen outing planning committee meeting in Perry, OK
December 17 - P/V/L meeting about new Speech/Demo contest categories in Perry, OK
December 17 - deadline to notify Noble County Extension office of intent to complete a state record book
December 20 - Noble County Spring Livestock Show nominations due (contact Ms. Schrock)
December 20 - 4-H Community Service project at Frontier School at 2:30 PM
December 21 - 4-H Christmas Party after delivering pet treats meet at Pizza Inn in Ponca City
December 21 - Noble County 4-H Ambassador applications due
December (24-31) - Christmas Break
November (3-4) - NW District Leadership Conference in Guymon, OK
November 5 - Parent/Volunteer/Leader meeting in Perry, OK at 6:00 PM (everyone welcome to attend)
November 5 - 4-H goal sheets due to the extension office in Perry, OK by 6:00 PM for each Frontier 4-Her
November 7 - club meeting/Frontier School Cafeteria at 3:30 PM (parents invited)
November 9 - Food Fest/Showdown registration due to the extension office in Perry, OK by 4:00 PM
November 17 - Food Fest/Showdown contest at the Noble County Fairgrounds in Perry, OK at 1:00 PM
November (21-23) - Thanksgiving Break
National 4-H Week October 7 - 13
Monday - 4-H Spirit window decoration
Tuesday - cookies/brownies to thank Marland and Red Rock communities for supporting 4-H
Wednesday - wear 4-H t-shirts/PSA announcement on KPNC in Ponca City
Thursday - mints for students that have "4-H is mint for you" on them
Friday - breakfast for the teachers
October 1 - Noble County Shooting Sports (Archery) planning meeting in Perry, OK
October 2 - 4-H Spirit door decoration registration due to the extension office in Perry, OK by 4:00 PM
October (2-3) - No School
October 5 - Tulsa State Fair Livestock Judging Contest at 8:00 AM in Tulsa, OK
October 6 - Hunter Safety Course in Perry, OK
October 8 - Noble County Extension Office closed
October 9 - 4-H Spirit Contest entries in place 7:00 AM
Ocotber 10 - club meeting/Frontier Ag. Ed. Classroom at 3:30 PM (parents invited)
October 10 - National 4-H Youth Science Day
October 11 - OYE Steer/Sheep/Goat Nomination Kit Requests Due 4:00 PM
October 15 - Share the Fun registration/music due to the extension office in Perry, OK by 4:00 PM
October (18-19) - Fall Break
October 26 - Frontier Halloween Carnival - bring minimum of 3 cakes for the "Cake Walk"
October 27 - 4-H Has Talent (formerly Share the Fun) and silent auction at Frontier School at 2:00 PM
September 5 - club meeting/Frontier Ag. Ed. Classroom at 3:30 PM (parents invited)
September 5 - Noble County 4-H Officers meeting in Morrison, OK at 6:30 PM
September (10-13) - Noble County Fall Free Fair in Perry, OK
September 14 - Noble County Livestock Judging in Perry, OK
September 15 - Old Settlers Parade in Perry, OK at 10:30 AM
September 17 - Parent/Volunteer/Leader meeting in Perry, OK at 6:00 PM
September 17 - registration due to Noble County Extension office for 4-H officer training (everyone welcome to attend)
September 20 - 4-H officer training in Perry, OK at 6:30 PM at the Noble County Courthouse (3rd floor)
September 24 - 4-H Spirit window decoration/4-H t-shirt work day at Frontier School meet in middle school at 3:30 PM (bring a white or green t-shirt/tye dye materials will be provided)
September 25 - NW District Leadership Conference registration due to the extension office in Perry, OK, open to all Noble County 4-H youth in 7th - 12th grades, sign up at http://oces.okstate.edu/noble/4-h/teens
September (28-30) - 4-H Shooting Sports is having a booth at the Wildlife Expo in Guthrie, OK and is looking for volunteers, to sign up go the the doodle poll at http://doodle.com/pn8sw4ydk6ek6b3b
August 1 - Noble County officer meeting to discuss theme/decor of 4-H Awards Banquet
August 11 - 4-H Achievement Banquet at 12:00 PM in Perry, OK
August 20 - Tulsa State Fair Livestock Entries due to the Noble Co. Ext. Office
August 22 - club meeting/Frontier Ag. Ed. Classroom at 3:30 PM (Parents invited)
August 28 - Back to School ice cream social for 4-H and FFA members at Frontier School