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Jackson County LogoThe Jackson County Extension office provides assistance and programs for citizens in five main areas: Agriculture, Horticulture, Family and Consumer Science, Natural Resources and 4-H Youth Programs.

3-13-17 4-H memo

Good Morning All,

March Council meeting will be, Tuesday March 14th @ 6:30 pm.

Fairbook Thank you Ads
The Thank you ads for last year’s buyers are due to the North Park Fairboard by March 17th! It’s VERY important to do this if you sold an animal at Fair last year to show appreciation to your buyer(s). Email the ads to or mail them to PO Box 653. If you don’t remember who your buyer(s) are please contact the Extension Office at 723-4298.

4-H Online Enrollment: Please get enrolled TODAY!!!
Please go to to enroll for the 2016-2017 4-H year. You will need to pay your enrollment fee of $22.00 at the Extension Office before you will become an “Active” member. You must be an active member to participate in any club or council activities and to weigh-in animals. Shooting Sports Members: Please get enrolled before March 23rd.

Animal Sales:

If you are looking for places to purchase your fair animals, we have a folder at the Extension Office with Flyers.

Save the Date!! Northwest Colorado EXPO is in Kremmling, CO this year, June 12th-15th!!! Registration Packets will be available soon.

Shooting Sports Leader Trainings
Pueblo County- March 24-26
Mesa County- March 31-April 2
Larimer County- April 7-9
Eagle County- April 28-30
Please let the Extension Office know if you are interested in attending a Shooting Sports leader training.

Please call the Extension Office at 723-4298 if you have questions!

Have a great one!

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