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Riley County

4-H Youth Development

4-H Logo4-H is an opportunity for youth ages 7-19 to learn more about their community (Citizenship); be a role model and teach others (Leadership); and explore interest areas that will offer ongoing learning (Life Skills).

Visit other pages on the Riley County 4-H website to learn more about program offerings, activities and opportunities available to you.  

 

August

27        4-H Council; 7 pm Pottorf Hall

 

September

7          State Fair Exhibits DUE

7-16     Kansas State Fair

21         Awards and KAPs due to Extension Office

 

 October

 1           4-H year Begins

1           Online 4-H Enrollment Opens

1           Ambassador Applications DUE

4-5        KAP Screening, Extension Office

7-13      National 4-H Week

8           State Dog Conference Registration DUE

8           County In-Service, Ext. Office Closed

TBA       Ambassador Interviews, Pottorf Hall

26         Wreath Sales due to Extension Office

26         4-H Council Officer Applications DUE

26         Trips/ Awards Nominations DUE

30         4-H Officers Training, Pottorf Hall

 

  November

 4          Achievement Celebration, 5-7:30 pm, Pottorf

 5          4-H Council Meeting, 7 pm Pottorf Hall

 12        Veteran’s Day, Extension Office Closed

 17-18   Kansas Youth Leadership Forum & Kansas Volunteer Forum, Rock Springs

 17        Wreath Pickup, 9-10 am Casement Barn

 22-23   Thanksgiving Holiday, Ext Office Closed

 26        Riley County 4-H Grant Proposals DUE

 

 December

 24 & 25    Christmas Holiday, Ext. Office Closed

 

 

 

Program Staff

John Jobe

John Jobe

County Agent

4-H Youth Development

jajobe@ksu.edu

(785) 537-6350

Brandy Berg

Program Assistant

4-H Youth Development

bmberg@ksu.edu

(785) 537-6350