Tuesday, November 15, 2016
The 4-H Tip Sheet provides timely advice for 4-H members.
4-H deadlines for staff, families and volunteers.
From the 4-H Program Leader
We appreciated those of you who attended our breakout session at Annual Conference as we explore ways in which we can reach our program goals and meet future needs by obtaining additional external resources.
Enter the National Festival of Breads now!
The Kansas Junior Meat Goat Producer Day will be held on Saturday, March 25, 2017 in Weber Arena on the K-State campus in Manhattan. Youth, parents, extension agents, and project leaders of any skill level or knowledge base are invited to participate.
The 2017 Kansas 4-H Ambassador Training will be February 24-25 at the Rock Springs 4-H Center near Junction City.
The 2017 Kansas 4-H Dog Judges’ Certification training will be held January 20-22, 2017, in Salina, Kansas.
Horse Panorama announcement.
Information about signing up to teach a class at Discovery Days is now available.
Steps for re-screening VIP to volunteer screening.
The deadline has been moved up for the local ES-237 report and 4HOnline end of year clean up and preparation.
The Meadowlark Extension District will be hosting a Mental Health First Aid training for Adults on Monday January 9, 2017 in Seneca at the Meadowlark Extension District Seneca Office. Contact David Key 785-336-2184 for more information or to register.
4-H Cloverbud policies.
Announcing 4-H Shooting Sports Training.
The ECOP Framework for Health - Positive Youth Development Health (PYDH) Team is seeking your input on national positive development for youth health.
Now is the time to order 4-H Grows Here T-Shirts. Be ready for 4-H Day and other upcoming events with these four fun designs.
Please help us get any final reporting in for the 2016 48 Hours of 4-H Event. We want all events counted!
We are looking for two Collegiate Advisor Volunteers for the Kansas 4-H Youth Leadership Council. Applications are due December 10, 2016.
Global Citizenship Opportunities
All 2017 Kansas 4-H Outbound Exchange applicants will meet with interview teams who will determine readiness for the exchange for which they are applying.
December and January are ideal times for families to consider hosting for 4-H Academic Year Exchanges for 2017-18 and for summer and fall exchanges. Kansas families can again host Japanese or South Korean teens for the academic year through 4-H.