4-H Events Calendar
Western Regional Leaders’ Forum is having a host site at the Chelan County Extension office. Pizza and water will be provided, please RSVP to Michelle Lain. This is a training for all leaders, parents and teens are welcome.
There will also be a drawing for a $25 gift card for all those who are at the workshop.
4-H youth are philanthropists, advocates, and leaders. These are a few ways 4-H members can be involved in their communities. Do you have a story about 4-H youth being good neighbors, creating strong communities, and doing the right things? Be inspired by 4-H members in many states who have been creating a “revolution of responsibility”. Volunteers will gain ideas about how to consistently include citizenship and community service in every 4-H club and county meeting. Review curriculum. See templates for planning. Hear suggestions from other volunteers and Chris Clover! Understand opportunities for youth to plan and share their passion through opportunities in local, state, and global civic engagement projects. Consider ways to use social media to celebrate ways that 4-H members are involved and responsible. As one are of national focus, the 4-H citizenship program includes important life skills.
At the end of this session, participants will be able to: recognize the value of including citizenship and community service in 4-H; identify ways to get youth engaged in community issues that they are passionate about; encourage and help members get involved in short-term and long-term citizenship activities; and, promote local, state, and national citizenship programs.
Purchase tickets from your favorite Wenatchee heights family, or contact Michelle Lain. There will be chili with all the fixin’s, cornbread, dessert, and you can make it a chili dog for $1 more. There will also be silent auction items to bid on as well.
Please contact Coastal for more information.
The Chelan County Leaders’ Council is comprised of all leaders within the county. This would include: main club leaders, activity leaders, resource leaders, service leaders, and project leaders. Please come and give your thoughts on the direction of our 4-H program.
The event your middle school teens have been waiting for!
Teen Summit is a weekend for teens 6th through 10th grades to gather for workshops and activities designed and facilitated especially for them by the Washington State 4H State Ambassadors.
Workshop topics this year include: Public Speaking, Teamwork, Personal Strengths, Tech Promotion, Handling Peer Pressure and Leading Activities. There is also an informational session and orientation for the County Ambassador program so all County Ambassadors and their advisors are encouraged to attend. One adult chaperone registration will be awarded to the county with the most teen registrations!
Summit will be held at Camp Koinonia in Cle Elum. Cost: $95. Registration opens February 2st; registration deadline is March 2nd. For more information, registration, and promotional flyer visit: http://4h.wsu.edu/members/summit.html.
All horse certificates are to be turned into the 4-H office no later than 5pm.
County scholarship Deadline 5pm. Applications must be turned into the Chelan County Extension office.
Stall cleaning fundraiser for all in the horse project. This fundraiser helps to put on shows and pay for end of the year awards. There are 2 fundraisers: April 12, and October 11. You are responsible for making sure your name gets on the sign up sheet. Those who go and work the fundraiser will receive a free entry (up to $30) for either a performance or gaming show. If you have questions please contact Michelle Lain.
Super Saturday is here! Please RSVP to Michelle Lain, as space is limited.
We are pleased to announce the following 2015 4-H Shooting Sports leader training opportunities, which have been endorsed by Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington 4-H. Both events will be held the weekend of April 25-26 at the Kootenai County Fairgrounds in Coeur d’Alene, with registrations due by Friday, April 3, 2015. A brief description of each program along with the link to the respective registration packet can be found below:
Beginning Level – This training is designed for 4-H leaders seeking their initial Shooting Sports certification in archery, hunting, pistol, rifle and/or shotgun. Participants can obtain certification for one discipline in a single day or certification for two disciplines over the entire weekend; see http://sitecore.uidaho.edu/~/media/Files/Extension/County/Kootenai/Kootenai-Extension-Beginning-Shooting-2015
Advanced Archery – This training is designed for 4-H Shooting Sports leaders who have at least one year of experience since receiving their archery certification. Participants will gain extensive knowledge and skills necessary to achieve USA Archery Level 2 certification; see http://sitecore.uidaho.edu/~/media/Files/Extension/County/Kootenai/Kootenai-Extension-Advanced-Archery-2015
We welcome all interested 4-H volunteers from throughout Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington to join us for these dynamic training opportunities. Any questions can be directed to Jim Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (208-446-1680).