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2-5-18 4-H memo

Good  Morning,


Welcome to February!!



  • 4-H District Retreat will be held on March 9th-11th, 2018. To attend members MUST be 10 by December 31st, 2017. Registration packets are attached and available at the Extension Office. Registration forms are due to the Extension Office by Feb. 21.


  • PLEASE get enrolled for the new 4-H year ASAP. Go to to reenroll or enroll for the 2017-2018 year. . There is a $22.00 enrollment fee that will need to be paid before you will become an active member.


  • The next Council meeting will be Wednesday February 14th @ 6:30 pm. Please start signing up to clean the SCD basement, get it out of the way before summer hits.


  • 4-H members who are joining the new meat science team, please go to 4-H Online and add this to your projects. Please select Independent Study as the club and then Self-determined as the project, as we don’t have the option of meat science.


  • 4-H Project Assistance Grant- 4-H members who are in their first year of 4-H or first year as a lamb member, may apply for project assistance. Please see the attached application. Applications are due to the Extension office by Tuesday, February 20th.


  • 2018 Certified 4-H Shooting Sports Leader Training Workshop Dates

Training details and registration will be available early to mid-January.

  • Weld County – March 9-11
  • Pueblo County – March 23-25
  • Arapahoe County – April 6-8
  • Mesa County – April 13-15


  • 4-H E-Records
    The 2017-2018 4-H E-Records are now available on our website. Please visit to download your E-Record, or stop by the Extension Office and we will print you a copy.
  • Office Closures:
    Friday, February 9th
    Friday, February 16th

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