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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.  

 

January

1           New Year’s Holiday, Ext. Office Closed

1           Shooting Sports Enrollment deadline

7           4-H Council, 7 pm Pottorf Hall

8           Creative Culinary Challenge (youth 7-10)

17         NE Area KAP Screening, Pottorf Hall

19         NE Area Leadership Event, Rock Springs

21         MLK Jr. Day, Extension Office Closed

24         Creative culinary Challenge (youth 11-18)

25-27    Horse Panorama, Rock Springs

 

February

1         State and Local 4-H Scholarships due

5         Creative culinary Challenge (youth 7-10)

9         Beef Weigh-in, 1-3 pm, Fairgrounds

12        Creative Culinary Challenge (youth 11-18)

17-18  Citizenship in Action, Topeka

18       Presidents Day, Extension Office Closed

22       State Horse Judging

22-23  4-H Ambassador Training, Rock Springs

23       4-H Showcase Event, RCHS

TBA     State KAPs DUE

 

March

4        4-H Council, 7 pm Pottorf Hall

4        Red Wheel Sales Begin

7        Creative culinary Challenge (youth 7-10)

9        Dog Rally-O-Workshop & Competition

11      Creative culinary Challenge (youth 11-18)

13      YQCA Training; 2-4 pm

 

 

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