Archery Participants: Here’s a community service opportunity. The Big Thompson Bowhunters Association (BTB) will be hosting a Range Cleanup Work Day on Saturday, May 6 beginning at 8:00 a.m.
There are plans to tear down all the target butts, replace the shot-out bales, and then rebuild the butts with new banding and wire. There will also be general cleanup around the range. A lunch will be provided at noon and work should be completely finished by noon or a little after so bring your bow and fling a few arrows when we’re finished.
The BTB allows Larimer County 4-H participants to practice weekly at the range at Lon Hagler at no charge. Please set aside some time to come and assist. Rumor has it that if the weather is nice they may plan on painting their building as well. And the High Country Handiworkers 4-H Club is planning on repairing and painting the two picnic tables near the target range.
Thank you for the support. If you have any questions, please contact Cindy.
Our tour of the Ward Dioramas is this Saturday, and begins at 4:00 p.m. The address is 2114 N Lincoln Avenue in Loveland. Please be on time. The Wards are giving us a private showing, so we hope to have a lot of members and their families and friends attend. This is an awesome exhibit and a great history lesson!
Cindy also spoke to Runza, which is next door, and they are willing to give families free drinks with purchase if you wish to go have dinner afterwards. Please try to wear a 4-H shirt, if you have one. And if you would like Cindy to bring your new club shirt to the tour, please email or text and she’ll bring it along.
Thank you to everyone who came to the field trip!
Cindy said, “It as an awesome experience—this was great to see!”
The Extension Office is seeking vendors, presenters, donations (yarn and other fiber supplies), and help with promoting the event. This is open to the public and welcomes youth of all ages. Please share this event with your family, friends, and on social media.
There will be animals, demonstrations, and workshops to teach participants cool new things.
Calling all cake decorating project participants and Cloverbud members! The cake decorating contest is May 8 at 6:00 p.m. If you are participating, please let Cindy know, including what unit you are in so she can make sure you’re registered. Winners can go on to the State Fair and compete in August.
Unit 1 and Cloverbuds: Cake can be 8” or 9” round, square, or 9" x 13" rectangular. You have 30 minutes to decorate the cake. It must be frosted during the contest, unless you are a Cloverbud and then you can bring a cake already frosted. All decorations must be edible. (There are some cute cake designs on pinterest.com.)
Registration closes this Monday, April 24.
The May edition of the Clover Connections newsletter is now available by clicking here.
Contest Day is coming up on May 6 at The Ranch. Registrations are due by April 21: https://goo.gl/forms/gWmC17zFHPaPKMfm2
9:00 a.m. – Creative Cooks Contest. Open to all ages including Cloverbuds.
9:00 a.m. – Demonstration or Illustrated Talk, Prepared and Impromptu Speech, Interpretive Reading, Horse Demonstration, Horse Prepared Speech, and Horse Impromptu Speech Contests. Open to all ages including Cloverbuds.
10:00 a.m. – Family and Consumer Science Quiz Bowl. Teams of 4 Juniors and Intermediates combine to make teams. Seniors can compete for the State Conference Contest.
1:00 p.m. – Family and Consumer Science Skill-a-thon. Open to all ages including Cloverbuds .
3:00 p.m. – Family and Consumer Science Decision Making (Judging). Open to all ages including Cloverbuds.
Cake Decorating Contest held on May 8 at The Ranch. Register with Stephanie Morrison by calling 970- 443-9891 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by May 4.
The High Country Handiworkers 4-H club was chartered in 1980 and is located in Larimer County, Colorado.
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