Western Region Leaders Forum TONIGHT 730pm!

JUST 5 more hours until the first ever Western Region Leaders Forum webinar starts!  Don’t miss out on 4-H history!  Join the party at the extension office.  730pm TUES 27 Jan!!  All junior and adult volunteers are welcome!  Come interact via webinar with volunteers from all over the 13 western states!  YOUTH CONNECT:AT GREAT MEETINGS is tonight’s focus.  Hand-outs and great resources to take back to your clubs/projects/youth!!  Refreshments provided!

Cake Walk Fun – Yummmmmm

Walker Creek 4-H club will be holding a cakewalk on Wednesday, February 11 at the 4H?Extension office at 6 PM. All 4-H members are welcome to participate. Each family participating needs to bring a dessert for the cakewalk. Desserts can include cakes, cupcakes (6-8 per plate), and sweetbreads. After the cakewalk we will all enjoy the desserts.  Please join us for a wonderful time!

CONVERSE COUNTY 4-H MEMBERS ROCK!

The following 4-H members completed officer workshops this week:
Treasurers – Lauren Eathorne, Sophie Lavallee, Taylor Rodeman, Madison Thomas, Jessie Walker

Reporters – Hope Capelle, Lydia Capelle, Sophie Lavallee, Jayden Snyder, Lauryn Vollman, Brynn Zwetzig

Officers – The Cavaliers Community Club members all participated in a Club Officer workshop – Denali Bergquist, Briza Hernandez, Clara Lankister, Faye Lankister, Josey Lankister, Jessy Valentine, Jessie Walker, Brodie Zwetzig and Brynn Zwetzig
GREAT JOB MEMBERS!
And special THANK YOU to Douglas Reporter Beth Wood who presented the Reporter Workshop!!!!

New Market Sale Quality Assurance Class needs:

Members who wish to sell an animal in the 2015 Converse County 4-H/FFA Fair Market Sale must complete the Level 1 Quality Assurance Class during their first year in a market sale animal project (no matter what age the member is).

Members then must complete Level 2 during their first year as an intermediate member (11-13 years) or their second year in FFA and Level 3 during their first year as a senior member (14-18 years) or third year as an FFA member.

The Quality Assurance Classes correlate for both 4-H and FFA members and do not have to be taken multiple times if members are in both organizations. Members may take these classes earlier if they are ready for them. Members and parents can request attendance earlier by talking with the 4-H Educator or FFA advisor. Additional workshops, clinics and trainings will be offered throughout the year to help members assure that they are providing a quality product for the market sale buyers.  Please call the 4-H/Extension Office if you need more information or to RSVP for the below classes which are all held at the 4-H office (358-2417):

Level 1 (feed, water, housing, identification, preventative measures)   THURS 15 Jan 330-530pm

Level 2 (safe animal handling, bruising and meat quality)                      THURS 22 Jan 330-530pm

Level 3 (injections, withdrawl times and record keeping)                       THURS 29 Jan 330-530pm

Natrona County extension office offers landowner solution seminars Glenrock

 

Landowner solutions to issues including feeding horses and fences and water are addressed at free monthly seminars in Casper and Glenrock.

University of Wyoming Extension is offering the sessions from this month through May, said Scott Cotton, UW Extension educator. All sessions begin at 6 p.m. and are at the Agricultural Resource and Learning Center, 2011 Fairgrounds Rd., in Casper, and the Glenrock Community Center, 412 S. 4th St.

Topic, dates and locations are:

Feeding horses – Thursday, Jan. 22, Glenrock; Tuesday, Jan. 27, Casper

Pets and predators – Tuesday, Feb. 24, Casper; Thursday, Feb. 26, Glenrock

Weed ready – Tuesday, March 24, Casper; Thursday, March 26, Glenrock

Fences and water – Tuesday, April 21, Casper; Thursday, April 23, Glenrock

Know your pasture – Tuesday, May 26, Casper, Thursday, May 28, Glenrock

Pre-registration is requested (needed for materials). To register or for more information, contact the Natrona County extension office at 307-235-9400.

The next few days in Converse County 4-H happenings:

You won’t want to miss any of the 4-H fun coming up in the next few days:
Sat 10 Jan 9am-3pm SHOOTING SPORTS 101 for RIFLE/PISTOL FIRST YEAR MEMBERS ONLY!  FT Fetterman building on WSF
Sat 10 Jan DEADLINE for early bird registration for WY STATE 4-H Leaders Conference (info at www.uwyo.edu/4-h)
Sun 11 Jan 2pm WILD BUNCH CC meeting
Sun 11 Jan 4pm WALKER CREEK CC meeting WALKER CREEK COMMUNITY HALL
Mon 12 Jan 330pm TREASURER WORKSHOP RSVP 358-2417
Tues 13 Jan 345pm CAVALIERS OFFICERS TEAM
Tues 13 Jan 430pm CAVALIERS CC meeting
Tues 13 Jan 7pm CONVERSE COUNTY 4-H FOUNDATION meeting
Weds 14 Jan 5pm REPORTERS WORKSHOP with Beth Wood RSVP 358-2417
Thurs 15 Jan 330pm QUALITY ASSURANCE LEVEL 1 RSVP
Thurs 15 Jan 6pm RIFLE – Ft Fetterman on WSF
Sat 17 Jan 1030am-noon MARKET BEEF WEIGH-IN/TAGGING
at Wagonhound Feedlot
Sat 17 Jan 1pm FAIR COMMITTEE Meeting
If you haven’t paid your enrollment fees yet please do so BEFORE participating in ANY 4-H activities.  THANK YOU!!

WY State Leaders Conference Early Registration ends this Saturday 10 January

Early Bird registration deadline for the 2015 WY State 4-H Leaders Conference ends tomorrow Sat 10 January.  For just $65 ALL conference workshops, trainings, meals, banquet, etc… are available to any 4-H volunteer, parent or interested adult.

For just $35 youth are invited to participate in all the member workshops, classes, meal and banquet.

Check out all the information at   http://www.uwyo.edu/4-h/volunteers/state-leaders-conference/index.html

Don’t worry if you miss the early bird deadline tomorrow…..it’s only $75 for regular registration thru 24 Jan and $85 for late registration until 30 January.

Master Volunteer Training is being offered as well.

Call the office 358-2417 to get more information!  Join in for all the fun and learning!