York County 4-H Focus
January 13, 2017
The Monthly 4-H Newsletter is Going Digital!
Like Horses But Don't Have One?
April 1, 2017
UNL Animal Science building, East Campus.
This event offers a variety of 4-H horse contests that don't require live horses, including public speaking, demonstration, quiz bowl, art, and photography contests. Youth, ages 10-18, have the opportunity to display their equine knowledge through these contests both as an individual and as part of a team. Contact Tanya at email@example.com for more information.
Applications Due February 15
York County 4-H Council Scholarship
Dorothy & Howard May Trust Scholarship
York Chamber of Commerce & York County Corn Growers Scholarship
Applications Due in March
York County Pork Producers Scholarship - Due March 1
NACEB Scholarship - Due March 15
LIVESTOCK QUALITY ASSURANCE (LQA) CERTIFICATION TRANSITION PLAN
- There is a new plan for Livestock Quality Assurance certification this year. Click the link for further instruction: 2017 LQA Certification
- The Nebraska program is still available until February 28.
- Reminder: There are test-out options available in the Intermediate and Senior Divisions.
- As always, an in-person training will be offered in York before June 15
- Deadline to complete the certification requirements is June 15
Save the Date
“Growing True Leaders”
Sunday, February 19th
Let’s Kick-Off a new year of 4-H! All current and potential 4-H members are welcome to attend.
The event will showcase 4-H projects, information on the upcoming year, games and 4-H fun. This year’s theme is Growing True Leaders. All attendees will be invited to participate in multiple mini projects to get a taste of 4-H. There will be balloons, pictures with Lil’ Green, inflatables and much more!