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4-H is an educational program of the University of California Cooperative Extension made available through a partnership of county, state, and federal governments.

Through this youth development program positive opportunities are available for youth to develop life skills and become engaged in their local communities. The 4-H program combines the efforts of youth, volunteer leaders, and University staff and faculty to create a fun, hands-on learning approach to a non-formal education. 

State Fair Online Ethics Training Course

 The State Fair now has a working online ethics training course. See the link below. Primary members do not need to take the training.

You must first register. You can use your user name and password from the 4H online system or create an account. After registering, you will see several ages listed with a link to click for the online course. You then would complete the course. The cost will be $12.00.

At this time, there is no in-person ethics training scheduled at Gold Country Fair if you are in need of an update.  We will post new dates if they are scheduled.

If you are attending Gold Country Fair and are within your 5-years for the ethics course, please go to the link below and complete the survey. The California State Fair has offered to confirm completion if we provide a list of names. This survey must be completed by June 15th!

Please call the 4-H office and talk with Shannon if you have questions.

Summer Camp Chaperones

We are looking for chaperones for our 4-H Summer Camp!  Placer County 4-H has some of the most fantastic teens working as youth staffers at our summer camp, but adult chaperones are an important piece of camp.  They provide support to our youth staff, work in important positions such as the kitchen and help to keep campers safe. 

To be an adult chaperone, you must be 21-years of age or older, complete the volunteer enrollment at the Placer County 4-H office (this includes fingerprinting and DOJ background check) and have a current CPR/ First Aid Certification. Applications can be found by clicking the SUMMER CAMP tab.

Get ready to have some fun and join us at Placer County 4-H Summer Camp!

  • Wreaths Across America By: Kaylee F.

    Added January 11, 2017
    Placer County 4-H youth lay wreaths for Veterans

    The Wreaths Across America Ceremony was a touching event that took place at the Auburn Cemetery in December. There was a huge turnout of people that came early on a freezing winter weekend to lay wreaths on veterans graves and participate in the ceremony. The weather was cold, but some generous people brought hot chocolate to warm us up. The beginning ceremony had a few speeches and then...

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May 24, 2017

Loomis Vet’s Hall

Placer County 4-H Council Meeting Minutes & Agendas

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May 2017 Council Meeting Agenda PDF 5/22/17
April 2017 Council Meeting Agenda PDF 4/25/17
March 2017 Council Meeting Minutes PDF 5/16/17
March 2017 Council Meeting Agenda PDF 3/21/17
February 2017 Council Meeting Minutes PDF 5/17/17
February 2017 Council Meeting Agenda PDF 2/22/17
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Placer County 4-H Summer Camp
Date: July 24, 2017 - July 29, 2017

Registration Opens May 2

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