Wednesday, September 15, 2021
The Kansas 4-H Tip Sheet is a monthly newsletter that provides valuable information to local Extension offices, as well as Kansas 4-H families. The deadlines posted may be different than those set by local Extension offices. In addition, local Extension offices may not be able to provide chaperones and/or transportation to statewide Kansas 4-H events, programs, trainings and activities. Always check with your local Extension office before registering.
State 4-H deadlines for KSRE staff will no longer be duplicated in the Tip Sheet as they may be found anytime on the Kansas 4-H Events calendar.
Please register your 48 Hours of 4-H project! October 9-10, Kansas 4-H will be serving our communities with our Annual Service Challenge.
Planning is underway for the Kansas Youth Leadership Forum. Be watching for upcoming announcements.
Cameras at the Springs is a training, networking weekend on October 9-10 designed to provide leaders with hands on shooting activities, resources from print, web resources, mentors and materials to take back to their home county. Sign up today!
The End of Year Prep for Rollover should be completed by a 4-H Online Manager for each county no later than September 30.
Awards and Recognition
Come Celebrate with us!Retirement Reception for Diane Mack - Friday September 24th 3:00-5:00 p.m. Stanley Stout Center, 2200 Denison Ave, Manhattan
The 4-H Shooting Sports Advisory and State 4-H Office are planning for Level 1 Shooting Sports Instructor training to be held March 25th - 27th, 2022, at Rock Springs 4-H Center.
What are you planning for National 4-H Week? National 4-H Council has some resources available to help you.
Show your 4-H spirit with the new "Find Your Spark" 4-H T Shirt! If you did not get one at State Fair we are offering an online opportunity.
Over 56 Kansas 4-H members, siblings, parents, grandparents and Extension staff attended the 2021 Kansas 4-H Wheat Expo in El Dorado on August 11th at the Butler County Community Building.
The application deadline for State 4-H Youth Leadership Council and National Conference is October 1, 2021.
It is the time of year to join or renew membership in the Kansas Association of Extension 4-H Agents. Anyone with any percentage of time devoted to 4-H and youth programs can benefit from membership in KAE4-HA.
Global Citizenship Opportunities
States 4-H has limited participation Academic Year Exchanges to students from Japan and South Korea during the current year because of the uncertainty during the pandemic.
Hiyori Sugahara from Japan is finally able to begin her Academic Year Exchange in Scott City after applying in 2019 and having her exchange cancelled in 2021.
Kansas 4-H International Exchange Programs for 4-H members next summer are now (9/20) described on the Kansas 4-H web site.