(Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)In less than 24 hours, the college football bowl season kicks off with a handful of games on Saturday afternoon. Five match-ups highlight the beginning of bowl season – and after two weeks off of football action – it’s about time our favorite teams are back in action.Only one ranked program is in action, but there’s still plenty to look forward to. Here is the five-game schedule coming up tomorrow afternoon and night:Autonation Cure Bowl: Tulane vs. Louisiana at 1:30 p.m. ET on CBSSNNew Mexico Bowl: Utah State vs. North Texas at 2:00 p.m. ET on ESPNMitsubishi Motors Las Vegas Bowl: Arizona State vs. No. 21 Fresno State at 3:30 p.m. ET on ABCRaycom Media Camellia Bowl: Georgia Southern vs. Eastern Michigan at 5:30 p.m. ET on ESPNR+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl: Middle Tennessee vs. Appalachian State at 9:00 p.m. ET on ESPNAfter Saturday’s action college football takes a two-day break as the NFL dominates TV’s around the country.
About 250 4-H members will compete in public speaking and demonstration competitions, woodsman contests and the Nova Scotia Horse Classic as part of 4-H Weekend, May 6-7. It is held at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College in Bible Hill. “Young people enrolled in 4-H learn confidence, leadership and communication skills at an early age. Many alumni credit the 4-H program for helping them learn the specific skills needed to be successful at their chosen careers,” said John MacDonell, Minister of Agriculture. “Being able to communicate clearly and effectively helps young people become strong community leaders.” Competition winners will receive their awards at 4-H Night in Nova Scotia on Saturday, May 7. During that evening, members will present their winning speeches, demonstrations and entertainment. Members and leaders who won Canadian 4-H Council National Travel Awards will be recognized and the Nova Scotia 4-H Council will honour individuals who have made significant contributions to the 4-H program with the Friends of 4-H Award. The provincial 4-H host and hostess, who are the official youth representatives for the 4-H program, will be announced. Nova Scotia’s 4-H program has trained young people to speak with poise and confidence for 89 years. It provides youth with technical, social, sportsmanship, leadership and life skills essential for careers in agriculture, business, government and community leadership. For more information visit www.gov.ns.ca/agri/4h/.