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 (this is a new link updated from the one sent in a previous email). You may either go the April 18th training or take it online. Primary members do not need to take the training. Please note new link:
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. I will you updated if one becomes available.
New 4-H Community Education Specialist
"I grew up in Ukiah, California as the oldest of five kids. I am married to my high school sweetheart and we are proud parents of three great kids; two still at home and one serving in the US Air Force. We also have a few dozen, fuzzy babies in the form of goats, chickens, dogs, cats and a llama.
While I truly feel I missed out not being a 4-H kid, I came into 4-H that first year “just” as a parent (famous last words)! Hearing there was a need for a local club I collaborated with others and started Orangevale 4-H Club, staying on as the Community Club Leader for 2-years and then moving into the Registrar role. I have also had the privilege of leading several projects; from Leadership to small animal to large animals. The last two years I have spent volunteering for Sacramento County 4-H office as well as working at their summer camp, serving on the Community Club Leader Committee, Camp Committee and chaperoning for events such as CAL Conference. I believe that the 4-H program is THE best youth development program, bringing adults and youth together to collaborate and learn from one another. I am looking forward to helping support our volunteers, youth members and families in the years to come and I know I will learn a lot from each of you."
Be sure to say hi to Shannon if you stop by the office. You can also reach her at the 4-H number - 530-889-7386.
Added January 11, 2017
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...
Council Meetings- All meetings begin at 7:00pm
April 26, 2017
Loomis Vet’s Hall
May 24, 2017
Loomis Vet’s Hall
Placer County 4-H Council Meeting Minutes & Agendas
|March 2017 Council Meeting Agenda||3/21/17|
|February 2017 Council Meeting Agenda||2/22/17|
|January 2017 Council Meeting Minutes||3/21/17|
|January 2017 Council Meeting Agenda||1/25/17|
|November 2016 Council Meeting Minutes||3/21/17|
|November 2016 Council Meeting Agenda||11/21/16|
Placer 4-H Calendar
Download the 2016-2017 4-H Calendar