This form must be turned in to the 4-H office no later than April 1st to be given to the Clackamas County 4-H Dog Advisory Committee for approval, and to be on file at the County Extension Office for any member who leases a dog to use as their project animal.
The role of a 4-H Volunteer Leader can be stimulating and rewarding, but it can also lead to many questions and possible unforeseen challenges. Before stepping into this arena, consider possible expectations that you, as a leader, have of parents and members and possible expectations members and parents have of you as a leader. You can use this document as a starting point!
Families who would like assistance with Camp costs can print and fill out this form to include with registration forms. This request, along with a $50 payment, must be received by June 1 for any opportunity for consideration.
Ok almost all of the sign ups are done So since we could not get them all in one I wanted to make it easy. In the comments of THIS post I will put each link to the next sign up so that way they are all on one post. There are spots clearly marked **KF** that means kids can sign up that are intermediates or Seniors. On NON horse days like setting up the fairgrounds panels, campground etc., these can be any adult or child. There are some kid only spots as well. Adults putting their names in there will be deleted without notice. Trail reset is one adult and one youth. Please one name per spot do not put in Staci 2 that will be deleted as well. We need to know who will be working so we know who to contact if the need should arise. Thank you all for volunteering. If you put a kid in the name needs to be where the name goes not in the comments please comments don't show on everything we print. AND for those working on gaming day after lunch you will get DOUBLE hours for helping at the end of the week. And for those doing the night shift that is double hours as well.
Are you having a STAYCATION this Spring Break?
Wondering what to do with your 4-H Club to learn new skills and get a jump on Fair projects?
SPRING BREAK 4-H DAY CAMP 2019
10:00am to 3:30pm
Each day 4-H members will learn skills to create a finished project to take home. From aprons and pickles to woodland creatures and wooden stools.
Day 1: Monday —Sewing & Quilting
Day 2: Tuesday—Horticulture & Food Preservation
Day 3: Wednesday—Baking & Cooking
Day 4: Thursday—Fiber Arts
Day 5: Friday—Woodworking & Art
Bring a lunch and spend Spring Break 2019 with us.
Where do I start with Record Books? Here! This guide explain the pieces of a Record Book and how to put them all together. It also explains the process for submitting your Record Book for Awards (due October 1).
This is the first page that goes in your Record Book when you turn it in October 1. It tells us a bit about you, your 4-H projects, and what awards you are qualified to receive (hint: check off lots of these).
Congratulations to you and your dog for qualifying for the Oregon State Fair! Please fill out this form and turn it in at Clackamas County Dog Fair, July 13th at the Fairgrounds, along with the entry fees.
Positive youth development research suggests that youth thrive when they are engaged. Please read over this policy change to help keep Clackamas County 4-H youth engaged in their family and consumer science projects.
Please allow two weeks for your order to be filled. Do not pre-pay for your order. We will contact you with a total via phone or email when your order is ready. We can accept cash, money orders, and checks. Please make your check payable to OSU Extension Service. We can only process Visa or Master Card payments in person at the Extension office during regular office hours. Payment should be made when the order is picked up. Orders will be held for one month, then, re-shelved.
If you are planning to exhibit at the Clackamas County Fair in August, you must complete this form! Additional forms are required for animal entries (see Small Animals and Livestock information sections) and contests (see Exhibit Hall Fair information section). ALL forms are DUE: Thursday, June 21.
"Wow, I learned a LOT last year!" That's what 4-H members say when they list all their experiences in their Resume. Use 4-H Memories to get the most out the 4-H Records experience.
The guide takes you through each section, showing example entries, sharing tips for each section, and helping you decide what goes where.
Metro area 4-Hers should use this record form for any youth leader project. Examples include Ambassadors, Camp Counselor, Junior Leader, Teen Leader, and Junior Superintendent. You can combine all your 4-H Leadership projects on one form.
Is your 4-H club planning to raise funds through donations or fundraising? This packet includes the fundraiser planning worksheet, policies about using the 4-H Name and Emblem, the fundraiser proposal and the report form to submit when your fundraiser is complete. The proposal is due AT LEAST 2 WEEKS BEFORE your planned activity.
This award will be presented to individuals who can demonstrate that they are a well rounded 4H’er in the Food project. Turn this completed form into the 4H fair office by 5:00 pm Wednesday of fair. It can only be earned once per level – Junior, Intermediate, Senior.
The project areas Junior Leader, Teen Leader, 4-H Ambassador, and YA4-H (Youth Advocates for Health) are also youth volunteer roles. Other youth leadership roles include activities such as Camp Counselor and Junior Superintendent. Any member in a youth volunteer role must complete this form and turn it in to the Extension office.
This form is not an entry form. This form identifies the horse/s you will be exhibiting as your project. Use one form per project horse (maximum of five horses). Leader must HAND DELIVER this form at the All Horse Leaders Mandatory Meeting to be held at the Clackamas County Fairgrounds on April 1, 2019.
Required for all Horse members participating in Pre-Fair OR Horse Fair. DUE at the All Horse Leader Meeting, April 1, 2019, 7:00 pm, 4-H Building, Clackamas County Event Center, Canby.
If your members are not participating in Pre-Fair, each club or independent member still needs to turn in the Official 4-H Heath form and the Horse Identification form at the April 1 meeting. NO EXCEPTIONS!
The 4-H Horse Advisory Committee will present an award to the 4-Hers receiving a blue ribbon in showmanship or ground training and a blue ribbon in State qualifying equitation (walk-trot does not qualify), Trail, Driving, Hunt Over Fences, or Dressage at County Fair. Both blue ribbons do not have to be won the same year. However, the award must be applied for each year (even if not being shown).