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1/9/2023 4-H memo

Good afternoon,


  • Make sure to complete your 4-H Online registration. There are some members who are in the Incomplete status, if you have any questions, please let me know.
  • I have Stock show buttons and Day passes available for anyone who would like to use them. The buttons are good for multiple days.
  • New 4-H year is underway!! Please go to to re-enroll your members. IF you plan to show animals through FFA, please go ahead and sign up for those projects in 4-H Online, so I can keep track, in the comments area, please just note that you will be showing through FFA. Please re-enroll ASAP. Remember, you must be an ACTIVE 4-H member to participate in 4-H activities.
  • E-records are in the process of being updated and should be available soon.
  • Be working on your Fair book thank you ads for the 2023 Fair book. If you need help designing an ad, please reach out to me and I can help with that.


  • Leadership Development Conference- January 28-30, in Denver.
  • Beef Weigh-in February 5th at 9:00 am. Date or time might change due to weather, will see as it gets closer.
  • Council meeting February 13th @ 6:00 pm
  • Save the Date for District Retreat (kids 10 and up, 4-H age) March 31-April 2 in Glenwood Springs, CO


  • Attend 4 council meetings- Council meeting will be in Feb, April, May and Aug.
  • Participate in a community service project
  • Participate in a fundraiser
  • Clean at the SCD once per year
  • Complete and turn in a record book for each project you are enrolled in

Have a great day. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

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