4-H in Piscataquis County
4-H is the youth development education program of the University of Maine Cooperative Extension. 4-H participants range from ages 5 to 19 and, traditionally, organize themselves into 4-H clubs to support each other as they take on “learn-by-doing” projects. Young people can also become involved in 4-H through 4-H school enrichment programs, 4-H camps, by creating individual 4-H projects of their own, and many other activities. 4-H teaches young people life skills necessary for success in life. For more information about how you can become involved in 4-H, contact us or visit UMaine Extension 4-H.
2020 Maine State 4-H Dog Photo Contest
The Maine State 4-H Dog Program invited 4-H members to participate in the 2020 Northeast Regional 4-H Dog Photo Contest. The top photos in the junior and senior divisions of each photo class were entered into the multi-state regional competition. Winners in the cloverbud division were not eligible to participate in the regional (multi-state) level. Visit the Dog Photo Contest website to see the winning photos.
- Piscataquis County 4-H Post-Secondary Scholarship Cover (PDF)
- Piscataquis County 4-H Camp/Program Scholarship (PDF) (WORD)
4-H youth around the state have been working hard all year on their projects. Visit our Virtual Fair Exhibit Hall to see what they have been doing: 2020 Maine State Virtual Fair Exhibit Hall.
- Bangor State Fair is postponed till 2021
- Piscataquis Valley Fair is postponed till 2021