2019 Club Days See HERE for results
Jan. 31- 4-H Enrollment Deadline for Returning Families
Mar. 2 - Regional 4-H Club Day
Mar. 3 - Junior Leaders Pancake Feed @ Extension Office
Mar. 9- Jr Swine Producer Day in Manhattan
Mar. 13 - 4-H Wildlife meeting 4:30 to 5:30 at the Parsons Arboretum
Mar. 30 - Jr Meat Goat Producer Day in Manhattan
April 10 - 4-H Wildlife meeting 4:30 to 5:30 at the Parsons Arboretum
April 24 - 4-H Wildlife meeting 4:30 to 5:30 at the Parsons Arboretum
June 5-8 - Sunny Hills 4-H Camp @ Rock Springs (see information below)
June 10-12 - Kids Care Sewing Camp @ Girard Extension Office
June 18-19 - Greenbush Camp (see information below)
Pumpkin Growing Contest
Join us this year for a Pumpkin Growing Contest. Be on the looked for more information coming soon. Seeds will be provided for all 4-H Members who wish to participate in the event. Contest rules can be found HERE.
2018-2019 Enrollment Starts October 1stReenrollment Guide for Returning Families
You must enroll by January 31, 2019, as a returning 4-H family member.
New families may enroll until May 1, 2019. If you have new members joining your club encourage them to get signed up early so they don't miss the deadline. See link below to enroll.
New YQCA (Youth Quality Care of Animals) Requirement for 2019 State Shows
Regional Club Days
Regionals will be March 2 @ 8:00a.m. at Neosho County Community College.
This year there are Camp Scholarships available through 4-H Council thanks to the generous donations in the community. These are limited to one per-youth per-year. To be eligible you must complete a Talk/Demonstration at County Club days or participate at Favorite Foods Contest. Scholarships will be refunded up to $100 upon the youths return from camp. This is a great way for youth to experience more youth development opportunities!
Camp Counselor Applications
Sunny Hills 4-H Camp Counselor Application
Camp for counselors is June 4-8th 2019
2019-2020 State 4-H Scholarship Applications
Youth who should be applying for this scholarship should be in their Senior year in High School OR OLDER (we have many scholarships that are available to youth who are Freshman-Senior in Post-Secondary Education and some that are available to Vet Med Students).
Find all pin applications (HERE)
We want your input!
This past year, a statewide Program Fee Task Force of 4-H Professionals identified four primary investment areas to focus on. These would benefit all 4-H learning environments:
1) Project support and enhancements
2) Volunteer Development
3) Program enhancements benefiting community clubs
4) Foundational supports
To provide valuable input toward decisions please complete the survey at: https://kstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eLEHRkQBvVMSILj
4-H Fee Information