- Author: J. M.
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4-H Summer Camp Update
Camp 1 is now full.
Archery Equipment needed
My request: if there are any clubs with archery gear that they are not using, I would love to be able to have it transferred to Golden Hills so we can put it back into regular use. I'm glad to go pick up items to make this easy.
If you know if any equipment that is not being used please call Fred Vaske at Cell: 707-738-9927
Hello Sonoma County 4H!
Please be aware of due dates for fair entries and pre-registrations and camp reservations. It's also definitely not too early to make sure your record books are up to date. This will make it so much easier for you to complete them before it's time to turn them in!
The 57th Annual 4-H Open House and Chickenque took place on May 6th, and we were able to honor our first responders! A special thank you to Fred Frey, Nell Western and the whole Chickenque committee for working to put on this wonderful event. Congratulations to all the members who submitted Chickenque posters for competition, they looked amazing and thank you for spreading the word around town! It was wonderful to have the traditional parade of clubs happen again this year. A very special thank you to the Youth Ag and Leadership Foundation for sponsoring all of the meals for the first responders.
We also need to acknowledge the Fashion Revue committee for a fantastic job done on the Super Hero Fashion Revue that took place on April 21st. The contestants and entries were amazing and creative, and congratulations to all the winners! Thank you for showing yet again how your skills can grow through our program!
Please remember that leader training will be happening August 25th.
Fair time is coming up and will be here sooner than you think! Don't forget that fairs are not only an opportunity to showcase the animals you've raised, but to enter all the wonderful things you have made during your 4-H project meetings! It is wonderful to see the exhibit building filled with all the creative items you make and the fantastic educational displays! When you share your projects with the general public and educate them about 4-H by entering your project work at the fair or giving a demonstration it's a win-win for all involved!
See you all at the fair!
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Record Books - Due August 25th to the county
Record Books help 4-H members practice records management, reflect on their 4-H work, and measure achievements. Forms are available here.
Club Leader - Year end checklist
Thank you for serving as a 4-H Club Leader! We know the role can take a lot of time so please know how much you are appreciated for your efforts. As the 2017-2018 4-H program year ends, we wanted to remind you about required year-end paperwork.
The checklist attached in “Club Year-End Letter 2018” outlines all the documents required to be submitted at the end of the year to the County 4-H Office at/by the annual 4-H Club Leader training, scheduled for August 25 at the YAL Center, 9:00am-12noon. The checklist is also available at http://cesonoma.ucanr.edu/4H/Clubs/Leader/#A
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.
Guinea pigs for sale(show quality)
One is an Abyssinian and the other is a Teddy. They are both show quality and are sows. They have received best of show and/or best of breed at local county fairs last year. Have been hand raised. $55 for both. Call Kathy at 707-696-7850.
I've had sweetheart and honey bunny for two years; I bought them from a lovely home in Napa and now looking for a family with "rabbit experience" to take them. I'm only posting with 4-H groups because of my experience with 4-H. Please call me if interested at 707 292 3823. I'm asking 40.00 for both.
Thank you, Liz.
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