The 2016 installment of Engineering Day will be hosted on the UKCOE Paducah Campus and UKCOE Main Campus in Lexington. Click on the links for each to learn more about this awesome event.
Update to 4-H Tractor and Lawn Tractor Skills contests
The Kentucky 4-H SET Advisory Group and the Tractor Project committee are busy reviewing new curriculum and developing an updated Farm Tractor and Lawn Tractor/Small Engines skills contest for the new year. The new skills contest should be rolled out in early to mid April to allow time for county and district contests to prepare for the State Fair in August. Please keep checking back for more information.
For those of you conducting area and district tractor and lawn tractor skills contests, the following links will take you to downloadable PDF files of the OLD skills courses we have been using at the State Fair in August. Please make sure to follow the courses and patterns exactly to avoid any confusion or disqualification at the State Event. For more information, contact Torey Earle.
Large Tractor skills course and scoring information – Large tractor skills course
Lawn Tractor skills course and scoring information – Lawn tractor skills course
03 February 2016 – Lockheed Martin Career Pathway partnership
05 – 07 February 2016 – Kentucky 4-H SET Leadership Board Meeting
23 February 2016 – 4-H Electricity In-service
Clark County Extension Office – Winchester
24 February 2016 – 4-H Electricity In-service
Hopkins County Extension Office – Madisonville
27 February 2016 – EDay
UK College of Engineering – Lexington & Paducah
Many of the projects the Kentucky 4-H Science, Engineering and Technology program is responsible for could not happen without the support of the Kentucky 4-H Foundation
The following link will give you some insight on how the Foundation supports not only 4-H SET, but the entire Kentucky 4-H Program. Please take a few minutes to see how you can support Kentucky 4-H and the over 230,000 4-H’ers who call the Kentucky 4-H Program home.
For more information
For information about programs, in-service & professional development opportunities and presentations for Western Kentucky, contact:
4-H Agent for Science, Engineering and Technology
Or contact your Local 4-H Youth Development Agent