Dates To Remember, Events, News
2017 LOOKING AHEAD
Deadline to Re-enroll and Be Able to Participate in the County Fairs: March 15, 2017 (enrollment now closed)
Returning members: If you do not re-enroll by March 15, 2017, you will NOT be eligible to participate in the spring or summer county fair, no exceptions.
There are three steps to re-enrolling: online enrollment, the physical submission of the consent form, and the physical submission of the enrollment fee to the Southern Oregon Research and Extension Center (569 Hanley Rd., Central Point). Once these steps are done, we activate you on 4Honline. Please check your 4Honline account to see if you are listed as “Inactive,” “Pending,” or “Active.” If you are Inactive, you must go through the online enrollment for the year and submit the consent form and fee. If you are Pending, you must submit your consent form and enrollment fee. If you are Active then you are good to go! For a list of steps and instructions on how to re-enroll, see the link below:
If you have any questions, please ask them now. You can call the Extension Center at (541) 776-7371or email Sara Shelton at email@example.com or Kim Skomerza at firstname.lastname@example.org. The best time to re-enroll is now; waiting until March 15 to re-enroll is ill advised.
ON-LINE REGISTRATION FOR LOBSTER CREEK CAMP 2017. Register and pay HERE! EARLYBIRD DEADLINE -MAY 31ST. To get the Earlybird discount you must pay by May 31st online.
4-H Hawaii Study Tour Registration is FULL (waiting list only)
NEWS! HEADS UP IN THE SWINE WORLD!
PEDv has once again made an appearance in Oregon. There has been a confirmed case in Clackamas County. Please click on the attached links to read the statement from our State Veterinarian and OSU faculty regarding this matter. The National Pork Board also has a very good resource giving information about this disease and ways to increase your biosecurity. It is VERY important to be aware of how this disease is transmitted so you can help reduce the possible spread of this disease and protect the newly farrowed pigs in our area.
Statement regarding confirmed diagnosis:
PEDv issue- 1 3/4 hour presentation: https://media.oregonstate.edu/media/t/0_tim0moob
National Pork Board Resource:
PEDv in Oregon Informational Session
We will keep you all undated as news becomes available. If you have any questions regarding this issue feel free to contact Kim Skomerza at Kimberly.email@example.com or call 541-621-2091.
For more updates and events going on be sure to check out Jackson County 4-H on Facebook and our new 4-H website at: www.JacksonCounty4h.org.