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6-28-21 4-H memo

Good Morning!Where has June gone???           NEW: Shooting Sports members: No practice tonight….instead we will be cleaning the fairgrounds. Please plan to meet at the fairgrounds at 5:00 pm to help clean, the rodeo pays us to clean-up, so all help is greatly appreciated. Remember if you lose an animal or an ear tag, please call […]

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6-21-21 4-H memo

Good Morning!           NEW: Remember if you lose an animal or an ear tag, please call and let me know, so I can make notes of these. Check in to see what Council requirements you still need to complete, if you are unsure. Community Service opportunity: Sign up to bring treats for Old Timers or to […]

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6-15-21 4-H memo

Good Morning!           NEW: Check in today to see what Council requirements you still need to complete, if you are unsure. Set-up for Jackpot, June 17th @ 9:00 am at the Fairgrounds. It would be great to get a bunch of kids and parents to help us set-up for Jackpot. Community Service opportunity: Sign up to […]

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6-8-21 4-H memo

Good Morning! Sorry this didn’t go out yesterday, internet went down!           NEW: 4-H Council  meeting TONIGHT- June 8th @ 5:30 pm at the Wattenberg Center. Shooting Sports shotgun & air pistol-  practice June 9th. Come at your scheduled shooting times. County Retreat- July 31st from 10:00 am-3:00pm. More information available soon. Make sure you are […]

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6-1-21 4-H memo

Good Morning!           NEW: TODAY!!! Project drop deadline- June 1st. If you sign up for a project and then do not plan to complete the project, you will need to drop the project by June 1st. Please make sure to go through and check the projects you are signed up for and remove any you don’t […]

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5-24-21 4-H memo

Good Morning!           NEW: Flamingo Fundraiser has  been going great. Keep promoting this fun fundraiser. 4-H Dog club will start practicing on Wednesdays at 8:00 am, starting June 2nd. Swine, Lamb & Goat weigh-in June 5th, 8:00 am at the Scale House. If you know you will not be here for this date, please let me […]

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5-17-21 4-H memo

Good Afternoon!           NEW: Flamingo Fundraiser has  been going great. Keep promoting this fun fundraiser. High Mountain Processing (pellet mill) has pellets that are not burnable quality that they will sell for bedding. If interested please contact them regarding price 970-723-3760. 4-H Council  meeting- June 8th @ 5:30 pm at the Wattenberg Center. Shooting Sports safety […]

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5-10-21 4-H memo

Good Morning!           NEW: Flamingo Fundraiser for Council started May 1st and goes till May 31st. Help us promote this fun fundraising event.   High Mountain Processing (pellet mill) has pellets that are not burnable quality that they will sell for bedding. If interested please contact them regarding price 970-723-3760. 4-H Council officer meeting- May 10th […]

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5-3-21 4-H memo

Good Morning!Welcome to May!!           NEW: Flamingo Fundraiser for Council started May 1st and goes till May 31st. Help us promote this fun fundraising event.   High Mountain Processing (pellet mill) has pellets that are not burnable quality that they will sell for bedding. If interested please contact them regarding price 970-723-3760. MQA Training- May 6th […]

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4-26-21 4-H memo

Good Morning!Wow, how is it already the last week of April!           NEW: Flamingo Fundraiser for Council will start May 1st and go till May 31st. I will hang up some flyers around town and post it on Facebook. I will have packets put together for any families to pick-up. This will be a fun new […]

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Keeping ahead of COVID-19

This rapidly evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) has imposed an unsettling, fluid situation upon our community and its businesses. While the team here still aims to maintain a “business as usual” approach, we are making a number of significant changes to our operations to account for a situation that is far from normal.