2012 – 2013 Officers
President – Lauren Peacock
Vice President – Jacob Sofronko
Secretary – Brandi Marquis
Treasurer – Chelsi Wall
Christy Mote & Jody Woodbury
Sale Committee – Kyle Reichard & Kimberly Brutchen
Adult Advisors – Joanie Thornburg & Jennifer Hartzler
Randolph County Extension Office
1885 S US Hwy 27
Winchester, IN 47394
If you are unable to attend any Jr. Leader meetings, projects, or activities, please contact the
Randolph County Junior Leader News
The next Junior Leaders meeting will be Monday, January 21 from 6:30-7:30pm in the dining room at the fairgrounds. We will have make- your-own ice cream sundaes!
What’s Happening at the January Meeting:
We will discuss scholarship opportunities. We will discuss 4-H enrollment for 2013.
We will do some fun activities to help us get to know each other better and build teamwork.
Cold, wintery weather is upon us, which means sometimes plans will change because of weather
conditions. Please take note of the following information to let you know what we do with Junior
Leader meetings and activities in the event of bad weather:
• If the county schools were cancelled for the day, the meeting is automatically cancelled.
• If weather gets bad later in the day, an announcement will be made at your school and/or on the
radio at 98.3 FM
You can always check with the Extension Office if you are unsure.
It’s once again time to enroll in 4-H. The enrollment deadline is March 1st!
Ways to Enroll in 4-H
Attend a county enrollment night
(February 11 or February 28)
Come to Extension Office, Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm
Contact 4-H Leader
Mail enrollment form and fee to
Your Help Needed!
4-H Enrollment Nights are February 11 & February 28 from 4:00-6:30pm at the fairgrounds. This is one of the events in which the Junior Leaders help. You can help one night or both nights. Your job will be to help answer any questions members may have about a particular 4- H project. These enrollment nights are a great way for new members to learn more about 4-H, and your help is
• The most snow to fall within 24 hours in the U.S. occurred in Silver Lake, Colorado in
1921: 76 inches of snow!
• While snow appears to be white, it is actually clear and transparent, but our eyes see it as
white, or sometimes blue.
• Every year an average of 105 snowstorms occur in the continental United States.
• The average snowflake falls at 3.1 miles per hour.
Hope to see you January 21!
Joanie Thornburg Jennifer Hartzler
4-H Program Assistant Extension Educator
HHS/4-H Youth Development