Enrollment for 2019 is open now!
Returning members and leaders, visit 4HOnline.com and sign in.
New members, visit this page on the Larimer County Extension website for information on where to begin: http://larimer.extension.colostate.edu/programs/4-h/join-4-h/
Note to Leaders: Remember to complete the refresher course before enrolling. Learn more here: http://www.hch4h.org/home/training-for-returning-leaders
This year, our Cloverbud and Leathercraft meetings will be held on the fourth Wednesday of each month. Please see the Calendar for all of the dates.
Larimer County is currently accepting applications for an Extension Agent. Please share the job posting if you know someone who you think would be qualified and interested. The deadline for applying is October 30, 2018. Click here to find all of the details.
This year, returning leaders are required to complete updated training modules before re-enrolling for the 2019 4-H year. You can complete the online training now, and then complete enrollment on 4Honline.com after it opens on October 16, 2018. At that point, please log in to 4Honline.com using your existing user information. Do not create a new record.
The training consists of four modules. Each module takes about 10 minutes to complete, for a total of 40 minutes. At the end of the training, you will be awarded a Certificate of Completion.
Click here to access step-by-step instructions to complete the online training.
Cloverbuds Fire Station Tour
This Friday, October 5 there is a Cloverbud Safety Program/Tour at Fire Station #3 (900 South Wilson Avenue in Loveland) starting promptly at 6:00 p.m.
October Club Meeting and 4-H Open House
There is a club meeting at 7:00 p.m. this Monday, October 8 in the McKee Building. There is also a Get to Know 4-H Open House occurring at the same location from 5:30–7:30 p.m. Please invite your friends to attend the open house, then join us for our club meeting.
The Adams, Easthouse, and Rogers families will be attending the Open House to discuss our club and shooting sports. If there is anyone else that would like to attend, this is a community service and demonstration opportunity.
This is our first meeting of the 2018–2019 year. For our returning members, this is a great opportunity to get your demonstration done early and not have to worry about it later in the year. Bring that display board from fair and get it done early! Sign up by visiting this page.
Additional Community Service Opportunity
Our Foster and Adoptive Families is collecting gently-used shoes as a fundraiser. We are attempting to collect 2,500 pairs to raise over $1,000, which will be used to purchase shoe gift cards for the kids for next school year. Please bring shoes to the meeting on Monday.
Please consider liking the Facebook page for “My PI Colorado.”
MyPI’s goal is to better prepare communities and create a new national standard of youth preparedness through an innovative, engaging program for teens. You can view the website for more info as well: www.mypinational.extension.msstate.edu
The High Country Handiworkers 4-H club was chartered in 1980 and is located in Larimer County, Colorado.
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