Wednesday, September 14, 2016
The 4-H Tip Sheet provides timely advice for 4-H members.
State and Area 4-H deadlines for local Extension staff, 4-H members and volunteers.
From the 4-H Program Leader
One of the most visible times for 4-H Youth Development is at the Kansas State Fair. We appreciate everyone’s help in making it a success.
Register now for the Kansas 4-H Leadership Weekend, November 18-20, 2016 at Rock Springs 4-H Center. A weekend of learning for both youth and adults.
Plan to be a part of the 48 Hours of 4-H Service Challenge! Pick any service project to do during the weekend of October 8-9, 2017. It might be a short project, it might take several hours. We are excited to see what can happen in 48 Hours across Kansas.
Applications are being accepted for the Kansas 4-H Youth Leadership Forum though October 1 at 5 p.m.Click on the link below to find complete information about this opportunity for 4-H Members, ages 14-18 by January 1, 2017.
The Kansas 4-H Dog Conference and Quiz Bowl will be October 22-23 at Rock Springs 4-H Center.
The 4-H Photo Action Team will host Shutterbugs in Hays on Saturday, October 15.
Information about the 2017 Citizenship Washington Focus trip.
Volunteer Code of Ethics reminder.
All local Extension units should complete both the Preparation for 4HOnline and the ES-237 Report by September 30th. Remember, it is not possible to edit enrollment data or make corrections after this date.
Awards and Recognition
Salute to Excellence information
Information about Club Reporter notebooks.
Kansas 4-H is moving into unmanned aerial systems (drone) in the near future.
Article on 4-H Shooting Sports age.
4-H Horse Volunteer of the Year information.
Curriculum and Publications
The 4-H Name and Emblem, Policy Guide for 4-H Professionals (Feb. 2014) is located at https://nifa.usda.gov/4-h-name-and-emblem.
November 8-10, 2016 at the Wheat Innovation Center, Manhattan, KS.
Many people often ask where the questions for the Kansas 4-H Dog Quiz Bowl come from. Here is a selected list of potential resources for the quiz bowl questions.
Information of 4-H Shooting Sports end of year and renewal forms.
The Kansas 4-H Impact Evaluation is complete! The survey measured the outcomes of knowledge, attitude, skills and aspiration changes in the areas of making responsible choices, communications and citizenship.
Camp Chair's announcement
2017 Camp Schedule
Global Citizenship Opportunities
Please let 4-H families with members 12 and older (including alumni up to age 25) know that there are opportunities for travel abroad through 4-H.
We appreciate the efforts of agents and sixteen families who hosted International 4-H Youth Exchangees (IFYE’s) this summer.
This school year Kansas 4-H is host to two exchangees. Muhammadali (Misha) Baratov from Tajikistan is a senior at Belle Plaine High School under the Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.