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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.

2-19-19 4-H Memo

Good Morning,

  • PLEASE ENROLL NOW!! 4-H Enrollment deadline will be March 22nd for kids planning to participate in Shooting Sports. Shooting Sports Organizational meeting will be sometime in late April or Early May.
  • Horse and Dog members! Please remember to go in and complete your Horse or Dog ID’s. If you are using the same horse or dog from last year, you still must reactivate them. All Horse and Dog ID’s must be in by MAY 1st!!!
  • 4-H Council meeting, Monday March 4th @ 6:00 pm.
  • 4-H Exchange will meet following Council.
  • 4-H E-records are now available. Please go to http://jackson.extension.colostate.edu/ to access the e-records. We can also print off a hard copy for you at the Extension office.
  • MQA Training Save the Date- May 15th. Required for all 1st year livestock members and 1st year SENIOR members.
  • Shooting Sports Leader Trainings: Adults who are interested in becoming a certified Shooting Sports Instructor please contact the Extension Office. Training dates are listed below: To attend a training you must be signed up as a 4-H leader.
    Morgan County – March 8-10 (Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun & Archery)
    Pueblo County – March 22-24 (Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun, Archery, Muzzleloader, Western Heritage & Hunting/Outdoor Skills)
    Garfield County – March 29-31 (Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun, Archery, Muzzleloader, Western Heritage & Hunting/Outdoor Skills)
    Boulder County – April 5-7 (Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun & Archery)

If you have any questions please contact the Extension Office.

Have a great day.

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