Saunders County 4-H Smore
March 8 , 2019
In this week's Smore...
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- Leader & Parent Information Night RECORDING
- 2019 Fair Changes
- Top Curriculum Exhibitor Contest
- Catch-An-Animal Updates
- Speech & Presentation Contest
- 2019 4-H Activity Calendar
- Superintendents for 2019 NEEDED!
- SC Shooting Sports Practices
- SC Livestock Judging
- SC Archery Practice
- Nebraska Agriculture Youth Institute (NAYI)
- SC 4-H Foundation Fundraiser
- 2019 4-H Enrollment Open
- Culinary Challenge
- Nebraska Charter Year - Photo
- Nebraska Charter Year
- Ashland Shotgun Shooting
- 8th Innovative Youth Corn Challenge
- Pick Your Project Listing
- Animal Clinics, Progress Shows, & Events
2019 Fair Changes
YOU CAN FIND 2018 PARENT/LEADER INFORMATION NIGHT RECORDING HERE: https://unl.box.com/s/9xfbnxhpkm08d2mxm1ogsxlmvd6mq3bx
It will give in depth description of changes!
- Only Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion overall market swine will go to harvest.
•Breeding Gilt Show added
-Maximum entries: FIVE TOTAL, 4 Market, 2 Breeding
Entry limit for Dairy Cattle & Dairy Goat = FIVE ANIMALS
Sunday, August 4
• BBQ start at 12 NOON
• 4-H Livestock Auction start at 2:00 p.m.
Static Exhibit Release Time = 12 Noon – 2:00 PM, Sunday, August 4
Best Dressed Critter – 7:00 p.m., August 1st
Favorite Foods Contest – 12:00 Noon July 28
Fashion Show – 6:00 PM July 29
State Fair Static Exhibits (non-perishable) will be KEPT AT FAIRGROUNDS between county fair and state fair. - NEW
•Perishable items will be asked to be brought to Extension Office August 19 and 20 between 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Static Entry Interview Judging sign ups posted at outside entry table of 4-H building
Top Curriculum Exhibitor Contest
SC Speech & Presentation Contest
Tuesday, March 26th, 6pm
1071 County Road G
Sign ups can be found here: https://goo.gl/forms/byzE3hwZaI7OqbWZ2
SUPERINTEDENTS STILL NEEDED FOR SC FAIR
Saunders County Shooting Sports
He will BE holding FIRST YEAR SHOOTING CERTIFICATION'S ( If this is your very first year wanting to shoot) on the following days:
REGULAR PRACTICES will begin March 11
They will all begin at 6:00 PM and be held in Commercial building of Wahoo fairgrounds.
Any questions, feel free to email chad at firstname.lastname@example.org
SC Livestock Judging
2019 SC 4-H Foundation Fundraiser
2019 Silent Auction “Keep Saunders County Rolling” will be the slogan for this year’s silent auction. o Cole will direct 4-H clubs (via email) to construct a project that somehow uses wheels of some sort or something that puts things into motion or that has been used to keep things in motion (ie: fiber optics, wagon wheels, tires, etc). The auction items will be on display and up for bidding during the fair.
o A “Buy Now” option price will be set upon the 4-H Club’s suggestion. Bidding will continue on items that haven’t been purchased through the “Buy Now” option and will be finalized through a Live Auction Sunday evening prior to the Livestock Auction
Nebraska Charter Year
February 15, 2019 marks 150 years since the day the state of Nebraska chartered the University of Nebraska. This means that on February 15, 1869, the University of Nebraska became a part of the fabric of our state. Nebraska Extension is perfectly positioned to take this celebrations state-wide. So you will see some new ACTIVITIES in 2019 to celebrate this. One of them will be the following photography class at the fair:
State Fair Photography Class
• 4-H members enrolled in Mastering Photography Unit 3 are invited to celebrate N|150 by exhibiting in the Theme Print (Class B182060) at their local counties fairs. The top exhibit(s) from each county will be selected to advance to the Nebraska State Fair. February 15, 2019 marks 150 years of history to appreciate, impact to unpack, and stories to tell. How has the University of Nebraska impacted you, your family, or your community? How can you tell this story through photography?
4H Shotgun Shooting
Female and Male Youth, grades 6 thru 12, interested in trapshooting are encouraged to contact Ashland Gun Club 4H. We are wanting to establish 5 person, Female and Male, Middle and Senior High School Teams for the 2018-2019 school year. No experience necessary! Hunter Safety Required!
8th Annual Innovative Youth Corn Challenge
Do you enjoy being outside? Learning new things about crops? Considering a career involving crops, insects, diseases, soils, water or more? Do you want to help figure out how to feed our world’s growing population in a sustainable way?
Nebraska Extension and the Nebraska Corn Board are offering the 8th Innovative Youth Corn Challenge contest. This contest, open to 4-H members (age 10 & older as of Jan. 1st) or FFA members (in-school members), guides participants through all aspects of corn production, as well as agricultural careers related to corn production.
To participate in 2019, youth must complete and return an entry form by March 15th to the Fillmore County Extension Office in Geneva, NE. Forms can be downloaded after January 1st at cropwatch.unl.edu/youth/activities. For more information, contact Brandy VanDeWalle at email@example.com.
Searchable, Web-Based 2019 Pick Your Project Now Available
The Pick Your Project, available at http://4hcurriculum.unl.edu, has been updated for the 2019 program year. Like last year, the printable, 2-page 2019 Nebraska 4-H Project Listing is available and can be distributed to 4-H members, volunteers, and parents. This printable 4-H Project Listing shares a link to the Pick Your Project. Both of these resources can be publicly accessed at https://4h.unl.edu/resources.
Midwest Messenger, 4-H Club or FFA Chapter of the Week
The nomination form can be found on our website at https://www.agupdate.com/midwestmessenger/forms/f4h_club_ffa_chapter_of_the_week/.
For any questions about this program or submitting a nomination, please contact Katy Moore at (402) 374-2225 ext. 122, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saunders County Extension
Extension is a Division of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln cooperating with the Counties and the United States Department of Agriculture.
University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension educational programs abide with the nondiscrimination policies of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and the United States Department of Agriculture.