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Volunteer Recognition Banquet

Each year, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Bosque County and the Commissioner’s Court hosts a Volunteer Recognition Banquet to recognize outstanding volunteers who serve the residents of Bosque County.  These volunteers give their time and energy to serve in civic and community organizations and improve our communities.  The Volunteer Recognition Banquet is a special time to honor these outstanding volunteers. Tickets may be purchased for $10 at the Bosque County Extension Office.  Please RSVP by December 7th. For more information please contact Kate Whitney at the… Read More →

One Day 4-H Community Service Project

Every year the Texas 4-H Youth Development Program participates in a statewide community service project called One Day 4-H.  On this one day throughout the state 4-Hers everywhere get together and perform all types of community service projects in their community.  For the first time, this year each of the 254 counties in the state had the opportunity to participate in the same project together.  This year One Day 4-H honored the Texas A&M Forest Service for 100 years of serving Texas.  The Texas A&M Forest Service donated… Read More →

2013 Bosque County One Day 4-H

Bosque County One Day 4-H

One Day 4-H was a Success! On Saturday, October 12, thirteen Bosque County 4-H members and nineteen 4-H leaders, parents and community volunteers came together to beautify the Valley Mills City Hall for One Day 4-H.  These members and volunteers worked all day long, even through the big rain storm, to make sure this project was complete.  Working together, their efforts made city hall more attractive and maintenance free for the city of Valley Mills.   As a result of this project, the people of the community can… Read More →

One Day 4-H: Bosque County 4-H Gives Back

National 4-H Week is October 6-12, 2013.  As a part of National 4-H Week, Bosque County 4-H is organizing a “One Day 4-H” community service event in gratitude for the support they have received from local people for many years.  Bosque County 4-H would not be thriving without the help of community support. Texas 4-H is the state’s oldest youth organization. For more than 100 years, it has received many different kinds of support from Texas communities, for programs that help build better kids and create tomorrow’s leaders. … Read More →