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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.  

 

March

1           4-H Council, 7 pm Pottorf Hall

1           Red Wheel Sales Begin

17        Youth Livestock Quality Assurance Training;2-4 pm     

            Riley County Public Works Facility (6215 Tuttle Creek Blvd; MHK)

TBA       Dog Rally-O-Workshop & Competition

April

Early April Red Wheel DUE to Club Leaders

1          Fair Royalty Applications DUE

19        Youth Livestock Quality Assurance Training; Pottorf Hall 6-8 pm

23-24   CWF Garage Sale; RL Co. Fairgrounds

24        Red Wheel Product Pick-Up, Location TBA

TBA      State Shooting Sports Match

TBA      Discovery Days Registration DUE

 

May

1          Project Add/ Drop Deadline

1          Horse ID Papers DUE

3          Sheep & Goat Weigh-In/ Tagging, Hurlburt Arena, 5-7 pm

3          4-H Council, 7 pm Pottorf Hall

9          Dog Agility Workshop

19        Fair Royalty Interview; Pottorf Hall

 

June

1-4       Discovery Days, Virtual

TBA      Emerald Circle Banquet

5          Dog Agility & Rally-O, Pottorf Hall

17        Camp Counselor Training, Rock Springs

18-21   4-H Camp, Rock Springs

26       Dog Showmanship & Obedience, Pottorf 

28       4-H Council Meeting, Pottorf Hall

27-30  Campference, Rock Springs

TBA     State Geology Field Trip

 

Program Staff

John

John Jobe

County Agent

4-H Youth Development

jajobe@ksu.edu

(785) 537-6350

Brandy

Brandy Bruna

Program Assistant

4-H Youth Development

brandymarie@ksu.edu 

(785) 537-6350