The June issue of the newsletter is available now. Be sure to download and read it and take special note of upcoming dates. (Dates have also been updated on the Larimer County 4-H Calendar on our website.)
Congratulations to our club’s 2017 4-H Foundation scholarship winners: Curtis Buckardt with a General Scholarship and Hannah Godfrey with a Poultry Memorial Scholarship.
Click here to see the June 2017 newsletter now.
Let’s have some fun before the busyness of projects and fair takes over! Come for an afternoon of bowling with our 4-H friends.
We’ll meet at Sweetheart Lanes in Loveland at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 10 and bowl two games.
The cost for Members, Cloverbuds, and Leaders will be covered by the club. Cost for other children and adults will be $8 for two games and shoe rental.
Deadline to sign up is Monday, June 5! Be sure to click the SignUpGenius to RSVP.
We need adult and member volunteers! The Colorado 4-H Foundation Golf Tournament is on Friday, June 2. Our club will be serving refreshments, presenting awards, and selling and collecting fees for fun holes. There are two shifts (7:30–11:30 a.m. and 1:30–5:30 p.m.) and we need 7 adults and 7 members per shift.
We need names and t-shirt sizes turned in today (Monday, May 15), so please visit the SignUpGenius quickly!
To learn more about the tournament, click here to visit the Colorado 4-H Foundation website.
Several of our High Country Handiworkers members competed at the Cake Decorating Contest on Monday, May 8.
And here’s a video posted by Larimer County Extension.
The Carmen Johnson 4-H Award is currently available and the deadline has been extended to May 15. Applications must be postmarked by May 11. This award is to help those who need assistance with the funding of their project. The funds can be used for any project – can help with the expense of a livestock animal, feed, shooting sports, flash drive for photography, items for decorate your duds anything that you might need assistance with.
The application is simple, but it must be filled out by the 4-H member applicant. Click here to find the document with the guidelines and application.
The High Country Handiworkers 4-H club was chartered in 1980 and is located in Larimer County, Colorado.
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