- Hey 4-H club leaders it is not too early to start on your Outreach methods documentation.
For this years outreach methods document please complete it online at this link: http://ucanr.edu/outreachdocumentation.
This form is due September 15th
- Bay Coast Teens Conference - Applications are Open!
Right now, our committee is working on developing and implementing our new conference, Bay Coast Teens. The conference will focus on career development, building positive relationships,and finding your spark. Planned activities include industry tours, career fair, sessions on careers and personal development, as well as fun recreation opportunities. We have the conference itself fleshed out, but we are working on locking down location and date- it looks like it will be on the Monterey peninsula in Summer of 2018.
We are currently recruiting applicants for the planning committee- please forward this application to clubs, and any teen leaders or adult volunteers that you think would offer something valuable to this committee. We're looking for creative thinkers and people with a passion for what they do (whether it's STEM, agriculture, the arts, etc.). This event is all new, and it's a great opportunity to make a big legacy.
The Application: https://ucanr.edu/survey/survey.cfm?surveynumber=20922
Due Date: June 9th
If there are not enough applicants, we will extend the due date.
- Free Youth Horsemanship Workshops- Sonoma County Fairgrounds
Sonoma County Horse Council presents:
Free Youth Horsmanship workshops
Sonoma County fairgrounds
Open to beginner an experienced riders 8 to 18 years old 4-H, FFA, and Independent Riders.
July 19th 5-9pm Chris Beck Arena
Topics to be covered:
Show Ring Etiquette
English and Western Riding and Equitation
Preparing for a Horse Show and MORE!!!
All Riders must be accompanied by a responsible adult while at workshops
You do not need to attend all workshops, multiple topics will be covered at each workshop
Manure must be picked up
If you would like to volunteer to help at these events or for more information please contact: Bev Palm at email@example.com or call (707) 782-1183
- Sonoma County Fair Quantity Request Forms
We are looking forward to a great fair this year!
Our office has gone through some significant changes this year, including new fair dates which resulted in a new livestock judging schedule. The fair will have a straight run, starting on August 3 and continuing through August 13. (no longer closed on Mondays).
Please see the attached file which contains important updates regarding our upcoming fair. The last page has the Quantity Request Form.
You can print the form, fill it out and return it to the office in person or via fax (707) 573.9342 or fill it out on line and email it back to our office. If we receive the form by April 28th we will have everything ready for you by May 1st.
Please note that we will deliver all packets when we attend May CCC meeting, so Sonoma County 4-H clubs can pick up their packets there.
The Sonoma County 4-H website has a page dedicated to fairs, with the latest information. Check it out.
As always, if you have any questions please don't hesitate to call us at 707.545.4203
- Casting "Kids Baking Championship"
Blair Franklin, Casting Producer for a Food Network show called “Kids Baking Championship” is currently casting ages 8-13 for Season 4 of the show.
It's a super fun show hosted by and Valerie Bertinelli where kid bakers compete in a series of baking challenges for the chance to win an amazing cash prize. The show is seeking talented kids with the ability to bake a variety of different desserts.
Attached is a Casting Flyer for the show which explains the show and how the kids' parents can apply!
If you have any questions, please contact Blair at firstname.lastname@example.org or Anne Iaccopucci at email@example.com
Check out the show:
- Fashion Revue
Below is the list of Sonoma County members qualified for State Fashion Revue.
- Intermediate 11-13 years: Emily Maners, Steuben 4-H
- Junior 9-10 years: Peter Sittenauer, Sequoia 4-H
- Intermediate 11-13 years: Lily Anne Roberts, Two Rock 4-H
- Senior 14-19 years: Mary Lavell, Gateway 4-H
- Junior 9-10 years: Liberty Edwards, Wild Oak 4-H
- Intermediate 11-13 years: Millie Wright, Independence 4-H
- Senior 14-19 years: Jaylee Edwards, Steuben 4-H
- Junior 9-10 years: Hannah Campanile, Two Rock 4-H
- Intermediate 11-13 years: Julia Vandenburg, Steuben 4-H
- Senior 14-19 years: Akira Crossler, Two Rock 4-H
- Junior 9-10 years: Alyssa Perez, Steuben 4-H
- Intermediate 11-13 years: Emily Lavell, Gateway 4-H
- Senior 14-19 years: Gianna Giovannini Lovell, Gateway 4-H
4-H does not endorse any person in the community who make requests. As always, please use caution when contacting someone. 4-H members who accept listed jobs are doing so as an individual, outside of the scope of the 4-H program.
- Weeding and Brush cutting needed.
Hi! We are located in Bennett Valley near Sonoma Valley Road. We are looking to have a couple 4-H members help with our acre. Monetary compensation for work. Please contact Tom Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Connecting Local Seniors with 4-H Clubs
Catholic Charities of Santa Rosa has an adult day program called the Shaw Center for Memory Care. They are a non-profit program serving seniors who have dementia. Their goal is to provide enriching activities for seniors, including, but not limited to music, physical activity, socialization, gardening, memory games, animal therapy, and art. In the past they have had a 4H group bring their animals to their outdoor site in Santa Rosa to share with their senior clients. They are currently looking for a 4H club who is interested in bringing their animals to the program during the Summer to create a fun day of learning about animals for their seniors. Please contact Lindsey Hazlewood, Program Coordinator at email@example.com or 528-8712 x 184 if your group is interested.