February’s newsletter has been shared on your home page in 4-HOnline as well as under the Newsletters seen at the top of this page. Take a few minutes to read about what is happening in Converse County 4-H.
Do you want to know what was discussed at January’s CC4H Council meeting? If so, the minutes from the meeting can be found under the 4-H Council menu at top of this page. Under Minutes you will find the minutes from the meeting held January 14, 2016.
Please join us at the CC4H Council meeting on Thursday, January 14th at 6:30PM. You can find the Agenda under the 4-H Council menu at the top of this page. See you there!
Attention Converse County members interested in Meats Evaluation, we have graciously been invited to join Natrona County and Jack Stewart at their first practice for 2016. Practice will be held on Sunday, January 10th at the Casper College Ag. Pavilion from 12:45-3:45 p.m. For more information contact the extension office, 358-2417.
2016’s first newsletter can be read by selecting the Newsletter menu located at the top of this page, which will take you to posted newsletters. Enjoy catching up on CC4H’s news!
The Converse County 4-H Foundation Scholarship is for past Converse County 4-H members who are currently enrolled and attending a college, university or trade school. Applications and instructions can be found under the For Youth menu at top of this page.
Applications are due to the 4-H Office or a foundation member by Friday, January 8, 2016. You can snail mail, e-mail or hand deliver your application.
If you have any questions, feel free to call the 4-H Office at 358-2417.
Catch up on what Converse County 4-H Council discussed at their council meeting earlier this month. Click on the Council menu at top of this page and select the November meeting minutes link.
Please take a moment to view photographs from yesterday’s wonderful celebration of Converse County 4-H youth and volunteers. Click on the link at top of this page to view!
Converse County Cow-Belles are sponsoring a contest for 4-H and FFA youth. The winner of the contest will be awarded to the youth who creatives the most humorous beef promotion advertisement for their sign on a Highway 59 windbreak. They are looking for a cartoonish character with a quote promoting beef. The contest winner will receive a cash prize!
Please bring your humorous creation to the 4-H Office by 4PM November 6th and we will pass on to the Cow-Belles.
Wyoming State Science Fair 2016
March 6-8, 2016 in Laramie, WY.
Mark your calendars now and start those great research projects!
14 new categories at the 2016 Wyoming State Science Fair (WSSF).
Cash prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards in all Jr. and Sr. Division categories at the WSSF.
Students must compete at and qualify from a Regional Fair to compete at the Wyoming State Science Fair 2016. Please contact the regional fair director to learn how students can showcase their science research at a regional fair. For Converse County that is: Central Regional Fair — Michelle Wistisen, Director — Michele_Wistisen@natronaschools.org
The Wyoming State Science Fair coordinates two additional initiatives for Wyoming students: Wyoming State Science Fair Logo Contest, and Energy in the West Essay Contest.
The Wyoming State Science Fair Logo Contest is open to all Wyoming Students in Grades K-12. The winning design will be featured on the Wyoming State Science Fair 2016 T-shirt, and the winners of the top three designs will be recognized at the Wyoming State Science Fair March 6-8, 2016 in Laramie, WY.
Submit your winning WSSF Logo Design from September 15 – November 1, 2016
New in 2016, the Wyoming State Science Fair and Haliburton Foundation seek to encourage students to conduct thorough library research and writing about energy topics by sponsoring an Energy in the West Essay Contest for Grades 4-12. It is our hope that these essays may become the foundation for future student science fair research.
The 2016 Energy in the West Essay Contest Questions are:
What are the greatest benefits and challenges of energy research in Wyoming? How do we take advantage of these benefits and address these challenges?
Submit your winning Essay from October 15 – December 15, 2016
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