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State Camps

The camp experience has always been important to 4-H, with the first being held in 1912 at the state fairgrounds in Lincoln.

4-H camp documents1937 Instructions for leatherette bracelet
1952 4-H Club Camp program of Leonard Stehlik
1978 District 4-H Camp, Seward NE
Issue of Cloverleaf
1943 Conservation Camp booklet
Courtesy: Jan Stehlik

Certificate for financial contribution to camp
Courtesy: Jan Stehlik

Cloverleaf  and programs
1965 Cloverleaf newsletter.
Courtesy: Eileen Krumbach

Two programs from 4-H Club Camp that was held at Franklin -- 1949 and 1950
Courtesy: Sandra Blank Sindt

South Central Nebraska 4-H Center, founded in 1977, and located near Alma.
Courtesy: Nebraska State 4-H Office

Eastern Nebraska 4-H Camp, founded in 1976, and located near Gretna.
Courtesy: Nebraska State 4-H Office


Nebraska State 4-H Camp, founded in 1962, and located in the Sandhills near Halsey.
Courtesy: Nebraska State 4-H Office


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4-H Takes Root
in Nebraska

The University

I Pledge...

Once a 4-H family;
Always a 4-H family

Club Work

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Record books

Volunteer Leaders

Getting the Word Out

War Time

County Fair Time

State Fair


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& Conference

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4-H Today

Centennial Celebration

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