4-H Family Newsletter - January 12, 2023
4-H Family Tips
Things to do to get off to a good start
Enroll/Re-enroll youth for the 2022-2023 4-H year through 4honline. (4-H year runs from Oct. 1 - Sept. 30) To participate fully in county fair you must be enrolled by May 15.
- Enroll/Re-enroll as an adult volunteer. Complete the process now so you are ready to step in when you want to or are needed. Volunteer application.
- Pay County membership fee $25/youth or $100 max/family (youth only).
- Once your enrollment is complete you can start registering for events and activities. Save time and complete the enrollment process now. 4honline
- All links and information about enrollment/fees can be found at the end of this newsletter.
Still looking for a club to join?? Contact the club to confirm their meeting place and time. Feel free to attend multiple club meetings to find the right fit for your family. Once you have decided what club to join, please contact the club to make sure you are on their email list.
4-H Clubs in Washington County
Feel like you missed something? All Family Newsletters are posted on our county website under resources.
Welcome Ashton Kulesa
We want to welcome our new colleague! Her first day in the office will be January 20.
Ashton Kulesa grew up on a cattle ranch in South Dakota, where she was a proud 4-H member. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Life Development & Alternative Learning Resources from Metro State University and has worked for nearly 15 years in youth development as an educator in public schools, alternative learning environments, and youth programs. Ashton is passionate about experiential education and environmental justice in urban and rural areas. She has spent a great deal of time in the St. Croix River Valley as a horse rider, hiker, and paddler. Ashton looks forward to strengthening her community ties in this wonderful part of the state!
January upcoming county events
Project Bowl - calling all coaches and team members! Don't have a team? Let's start one
It is that time of year that Project Bowl teams are forming! Project Bowl is a long-standing program in Minnesota 4-H and is the second most attended event of the year. In Project Bowl, teams of 3-6 youth build skills working and thinking together while testing their knowledge in one of the following areas: dairy, dog, general livestock, horse, llama/alpaca, poultry, and rabbit. Teams of 4 compete against another team of 4 using a buzzer system. You do not need to be enrolled in one of these projects to participate.
We are currently needing to secure coaches for teams. Coaches must be current screened 4-H volunteers, or be willing to be screened. The state 4-H website lists the resources to use for practices that will prepare the teams for the competitions.
Plant science will be a new project area in the 2023 Minnesota 4-H Project Bowl program, and it will be offered at the state bowl only. Teams must register by March 20. If a 4-H’er is on a different species team that does not qualify for state bowl, they may still participate in plant science at the state bowl.
There are four regional bowls, which lead to the state competition. Each has two divisions: Junior (grades 3-8) and Senior (grades 4 through 4-H graduation). Regional winners advance to the 4-H State Project Bowl. Winners at the state level in dairy, general livestock, horse and poultry go on to national contests! Our Regional Contest is scheduled for March 11 at Hastings High School. So much fun! To learn more about Project Bowls, go to; https://extension.umn.edu/4-h-events/regional-and-state-project-bowls
If you are interested in being on a team or coaching, please contact Ann at; email@example.com
Jr. Dog Project Bowl Team forming
Krista Hoekstra has graciously agreed to coach a Jr. Dog Bowl Team. 4-H members in grades 3 - 8 are eligible to be on a junior team. Teams are made up of 3-6 youth. Practices will most likely be held on Tuesday evenings in the north end or at the fairgrounds. Details will be communicated once we know if we have enough participants. If interested, please contact Ann at; firstname.lastname@example.org no later than January 20th so plans can be made.
Livestock PDC Meeting date change!
The January Livestock Project Development meeting that was scheduled for Wednesday, January 18 has been moved to Thursday, January 19th. The meeting will be held at the Stillwater Gov’t Center beginning at 6:00 pm. If you would like to learn more about the Livestock Committee, contact Ann email@example.com prior to the meeting for more details.
January Ambassador Meeting - Jan. 23
The next Washington County Ambassador meeting is scheduled for Monday, January 23rd from 6-7 PM at the Washington County Government Center. We will be planning our next Cloverbud Workshop and Social Service activity! All youth in grades 7+ that are interested in expanding their leadership skills on the county level are encouraged to attend. Please contact Megan at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
January Federation Meeting - all are welcome! - Jan. 23
The next Federation Meeting is scheduled for Monday, Jan 23rd beginning at 7:00 pm at the Gov’t Center. Federation Meetings are open to 4-H youth and adults, they are lead by our Exec Board youth and are similar to club meetings. The program for the evening will be a Project Bowl presentation by Allison Belter, C J Walsh and past coach Amy Delaney! This will be a fun way to experience what Project Bowl is all about….there might even be prizes! Any adults interested in learning what is required of a coach should come and see what it is all about!
4-H Food Revue Registration Due - Jan. 20
Who: Washington County 4-H Members, grades K-13th
What: Food Revue is a county-level event where youth prepare a meal/dish (one serving), and create a table setting to go with the theme of the food item. Youth in grades 6th and above have an opportunity to earn a State Fair Trip!
NEW*** In addition, new this year is the 2023 4-H Fair Foodie Challenge that will take place the same morning! Youth can participate in both events!
When: Saturday, January 28, 2023 beginning at 9:30 AM
Set-up: 9:00 – 9:30 AM
Judging starts: 9:30 AM until done for both events
Exhibits must remain on display until judging is completed.
Where: Hooley Hall, Washington County Fairgrounds – 12300 North 40th St., Stillwater, MN
4-H Fair Foodie Challenge! Registration Due - Jan. 20
NEW in 2023! 4-H members have the opportunity to create a menu item that will be enhance a current menu item sold at the County Fair Food Stand! The Challenge competition will take place on the same day as our annual Food Revue event scheduled for Saturday, Jan 28. The winner will have their food item featured during the county fair!
Who: Washington County 4-H Members, grades 6th and older. Individuals or teams of 2 may participate!
When: Saturday, January 28, 2023 @ Hooley Hall on the fairgrounds
Set up at: 9:30 am
Categories will include:
You can enter in both categories.
Requirements of entries:
-the food item will need to contain 75% of items currently inventoried for the Food Stand (See list of ingredients on registration)
-the food item can contain up to 25% new ingredients
Entries will be judged on:
- Simplicity to replicate for large quantities and speed
The Challenge winner will:
-have the opportunity to learn about food prep and sales working with the Food Stand Committee.
-will need to attend 2 Food Stand Committee Meetings prior to County Fair to learn about ordering food, prepping food, sales, etc.
-the 4-H member will need to be available during the county fair to prep your food item each day it is served. There may be a limit on how many of the featured food items will be sold each day at the County Fair.
-work with the Food Stand Committee to figure out how much added cost there will be to add their featured ingredients.
-4-H member will have the opportunity to learn the sales side (profit margins) when selling food.
-experience what it is like to work in food service.
To REGISTER for the Food Stand Challenge, go to: https://forms.gle/7xD4CyBBY66Lx1Wd8
January Food Drive - Jan. 28
Help support our local community by donating to the 4-H Food Drive. The Holidays is a great time to collect donations for those less fortunate however, the need does not go away the rest of the year. Winter time is one of the most stressful between heating costs and the need for extra clothing sometimes food becomes the luxury. Let's take a moment to help our neighbors and donate items everyone could use.
Top Food Shelf Needs
- Cash: $25 cash donation goes a long way in purchasing food
- Spices and Oil: Salt/pepper, garlic, cumin, cinnamon, salad dressing, condiments, olive oil
- Canned Meats: Tuna, chicken, salmon, sardines
- Grains: Pasta, whole grain pasta, rice, quinoa, couscous
- Household Paper Items: Paper towels, toilet paper
- Shelf Stable Items: Whole grain, hot or cold, kid-friendly cereal and ready to eat soup
- Hygiene Products: Soap, shampoo/conditioner, toothpaste, toothbrushes, diapers (sizes 5&6), tampons, maxipads
This event is being held in conjunction with our 4-H Food Revue and Fair Foodie Challenge. Come take a look at what our 4-H members are cooking up while leaving a donation for the local food shelf. We will be accepting donations from 9 AM - Noon on Saturday, January 28 at Hooley Hall. Your community thanks you!
All are invited to learn about the Washington County Shooting Sports Program - Jan. 30
Parents and youth interested in learning more about the Washington County 4-H Shooting Sports program are invited to attend an Orientation meeting on Monday, Jan 30th beginning at 7:00 pm at the Stillwater Gov’t Center(14949 62nd St. N., Stillwater). Our Trainers will be available to talk about the program and answer your questions. Registration material for the coming year will be available.
We will also kick off the Pheasants Forever Fundraiser to help keep registration fees low. Current 4-H members who participate in the Shooting Sports Program are encouraged to come to this meeting to sign up and pick up your raffle tickets. We are looking for a parent to help work with this fundraiser, if you can help, please contact Ann at; email@example.com
In case of inclement weather, please let us know if you plan to attend the Orientation on the 30th by completing this link; Register here!
February upcoming county events
2023 SS&W Leader Certification Trainings — Feb. 1 deadline
Washington County 4-H welcomes any adults willing to work with our Shooting Sports Program. The Shooting Sports Program includes the following disciplines; bb/pellet, archery, trap, black powder and rifle. We start the summer program in June. Archery and bb/pellet training is held on Monday evenings at the fairgrounds, while trap, black powder and rifle training takes place at the Oakdale Gun Club on Tuesday evenings throughout the summer. The season ends at the State Shoot competition in early September for youth who have completed the required training and wildlife hours.
To be a Certified Trainer for 4-H, you will find the steps necessary to become a Certified Instructor at; https://extension.umn.edu/4-h-events/4-h-shooting-sports-and-wildlife-leader-certification#registration-893960
February 11 - Redwood Falls, MN (Rifle/Pistol, Archery, Wildlife, ATV) Deadline February 1
Market Beef and Dairy Steer ID Information/deadline
The animal ID deadline for Market Beef and Dairy Steers is Wednesday, Feb. 15th. An email has been sent to all 4-H members enrolled in the Beef Project with details on how to obtain 4-H ear tags and enter their data into 4honline. The Feb. 15th deadline is a state non-negotiable deadline. The breeding beef deadline is May 15th. If you plan to show market beef at the county fair and did not receive this information, contact Ann at; firstname.lastname@example.org
Creative Arts Night -SAVE THE DATE
Creative Arts Event, Friday February 24th, 5-8pm at Hooley Hall on the fairgrounds.
$10, Pizza supper included.
This is for 4-Her’s Grade 3 and up.
Classes will include Polymer Clay, Acrylic Painting, Linoleum Block printing, Wood burning
Stay tuned, the next newsletter will have more classes and registration details.
Calling all aspiring Graphic Designers!
The County Fair Food Stand Committee would like to have advertising graphics done by you! The following posters are on the wish list.
Ice Pops (Otter Pops)
Breakfast at Hooley Hall
Daily Breakfast Special*
Daily Lunch/Dinner Special*
Please have your final graphics completed on 8.5 x 11 paper and bring it to Creative Arts Night Friday, Feb. 24th beginning at 5:00 pm to be judged by your 4-H peers! The artwork will be then scanned for reproduction during the County Fair. Think about legibility, ease of read from a distance and walking by, catching people’s eyes, promoting food sales and 4-H. Please have a spot for hours to be applied for Breakfast and Daily Specials
* At this year’s Food Review, Foodie Challenge Winners will be selected to be highlighted as Daily Specials at the Food Stand during the county fair. The advertising should leave a 4x6 spot to attach a picture of the special and room for a description of the new product. There will be limited servings of the special.
Dog Project Workshop - Tricks Feb. 25
Join us on Saturday, February 25th from 9 AM - 11 AM at The Greater Dog for a sample of the Dog Project! This workshop is open to all youth in grades 3 and up, who would like to teach their dogs some new tricks! This is a great opportunity for youth to begin building a relationship with their dog, prior to dog training starting in the spring. We will learn 12 new tricks that you can show off to your friends!
In order to participate, dogs will need to be AT LEAST 4 months old and have their rabies vaccine current. Parents will need to stay with their youth for the duration of this class.
Llama - Alpaca project meetings starting - Feb. 28
4-H members have an opportunity to learn and work with Llama’s, thanks to the generosity of Dan Whittaker. Project meetings will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 28, Tuesday, March 14 and Tuesday, March 28 at Hooley Hall on the fairgrounds beginning at 7:00 pm. Dan will introduce the llama/alpaca project along with basic terminology and care of the animals prior to working with the live animals on his farm later in the spring. If you are interested, please contact Dan directly at; email@example.com or Ann Church at; firstname.lastname@example.org If any of these meetings are canceled due to weather, a message will be left at; 651-430-6809.
Upcoming state wide events and activities
Register for BLU and TEEL leadership workshops!
Registration is now open for youth leadership workshops BLU (for youth in grades 6 - 9) and TEEL (for youth in grades 10+). Both workshops will take place in February and this year's theme is "Seasons of Growth."
Minnesota 4-H Science Sprouts: Winter series
Did you know that you can change the color of plants? Have you ever seen beautiful flowers and wondered how they become that color? Youth in grades 3+ are invited to join us as we learn how to make multi-colored plants with food coloring. This online series will take place Jan. 16, Feb. 20, and March 20. In January, we’re going to experiment with test tubes, food coloring, and succulent plants! Sign-up by Jan. 9 to ensure you receive your test tubes in time. You’ll also receive a list of additional materials needed for the experiments. You may join at any time – participate in one or all three sessions!
Virtual plant science trivia nights begin in January
Have you ever tested your plant science knowledge? Would you like to learn more while playing in an interactive way through virtual games? Join us on the second Thursday of each month from January to March from 7 - 7:30 p.m. to have some fun! No experience necessary!
Participate in or coach Project Bowls in 2023
Check out info on the 2023 4-H Regional and State Project Bowls today! Coaches and 4-H'ers (grades 3+) interested in learning more about the 4-H Project Bowl program should check our website for dates, locations, rules, references and more. Get ready to learn more about your dairy, dog, general livestock, horse, llama/alpaca, poultry and rabbit projects! New this year at the State Bowl - plant science, with a focus on crops!
Registration is open for Minnesota 4-H Horse Winter Round Up 2023!
Winter Round Up is a 3-day overnight conference where horse project youth (grades 6+) and adult volunteers gather together to network with each other, learn from engaging speakers, and grow their leadership skills.
This year's event will be held at the Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center in Lanesboro.
- Early bird registration deadline: Jan. 2
- Final registration deadline: Jan. 16.
4-H Horseless Horse Round Up
Interested in learning more about horses? We’re excited to offer this online series for horse enthusiasts in grades 3+ to learn more about horses. We’ll meet once a month in a virtual setting, and supplemental material will be provided for youth to further explore each topic. This could be done hands-on with horses, depending upon each county. The virtual programming is free, however there may be costs to participate in additional local offerings. Join us on Jan. 24 for the first session which will focus on horse 101. Registration deadline: Jan. 17.
4-H Animal Discovery: Dog & Poultry
Youth in grades 3+ are invited to join 4-H Animal Discovery, an exploratory learning series highlighting two animal species: dog and poultry. This 5-session virtual series kicks off on Feb. 6. Youth can expect fun, interactive lessons, at-home challenges and group reflection supported by 4-H members, volunteers and staff. Mark your calendars – registration opens Jan. 3.
2023 Careers Down on the Farm K-3
Youth in grades K-3 are invited to join us in exploring the wonderful world of agricultural careers through hands-on activities and guest speakers. We’ll learn about being an auctioneer, implement mechanic, and much more from real Minnesota ag professionals!
We will meet virtually every week to learn about a new career area and explore hands-on learning. This free series will be offered on Saturday mornings January 7-28 from 10-10:30 a.m.
Sessions will be held on Zoom; participants will be sent Zoom information upon registration.
- Jan. 7: Farm to plate/grocery stores
- Jan. 14: Implement dealer/mechanic
- Jan. 21: Auctioneer
- Jan. 28: Florist
Don't miss out on this great opportunity!
Register in 4-H Online. You only need to register once to attend any or all sessions.
For assistance, refer to the event registration guide or contact your local Extension educator.
If you are new to 4-H, please select the “Virtual 4-H” club for your county. In the projects field, choose "Cloverbuds" or "Exploring Animals" and any other project areas you may have an interest in.
Zooming Into Wildlife
Calling all wildlife lovers - registration is now open for another round of Zooming Into Wildlife! This unique series will give youth the opportunity to use a trail camera while meeting weekly over Zoom to share their photos, plus hear from engaging guest speakers.
Learn more at z.umn.edu/2023ZoomingIntoWildlife
Register at z.umn.edu/4-HZoomingIntoWildlife2023Reg
Quilting Quest 2023
Youth in grades 4 and up are invited to join us for a fun-filled quilting adventure. Participants will meet virtually to make a quilt top using the fat quarter fizz pattern. Together we will explore tips and techniques for quilt-making.
Sessions will be held via Zoom from 5 to 6 p.m. on the following Sundays:
- Feb. 26
- March 5
- March 12
- March 26
- April 2
- April 30
In addition to the virtual sessions, how-to videos will be available for assistance.
Register in 4-H Online by Feb. 22.
County Events/Activities and Deadlines
Creative Arts Night
- February 24 - County wide Creative Arts Night @ Hooley Hall (More details coming!)
- February 24 - Graphic Designs for 4-H Food Stand due
- February 25 - Dog Project Tricks Seminar - 9-11AM @ The Greater Dog, 1815 Greeley St. S #3, Stillwater, MN 55082
- April 4 - 4-H Dog Orientation, learn about how dog training will work in Washington County. Turn in your Dog ID paperwork and training fees.
- April 11 - Dog Demo Night. Learn about the different classes offered through live demonstrations.
- April 18 - Dog Training starts
- April 23 - Tentative start date for Dog Agility.
- July 29-30 - County 4-H Dog Show
Food Related Events
- January 28 - County wide Food Revue @ Hooley Hall (Details in this newsletter)
- January 28 - 4-H Foodie Challenge (Details in this newsletter)
- January 28 - Food Drive (Details in this newsletter)
- June 11 - 14 - Washington County Horse Camp (Registration emailed to horse members on April 1)
- January 19 - 6:00 PM Livestock PDC Meeting (includes beef, dairy, sheep, swine, goat, rabbit and poultry) Stillwater Gov't Center. New members always welcome to help plan events for the year.
- Project Bowl Teams forming now! Let us know if you are interested. email@example.com
- February 15 - Market Beef/Dairy Steer ID deadline (More details about tags coming!)
- April 14 - Performing Arts Night - Performing Arts Night will be held on Friday, April 14 at the Stillwater Middle School Auditorium from 6-9 PM. Now is the time to start brainstorming your One Act Plays and Share the Fun skits with your clubs! All Performing Arts performance and non-performance acts will once again be judged on this night. Reach out to Megan Slater at firstname.lastname@example.org or Avis Peters at email@example.com with any questions.
- Feb. 1 - SS&W Leader Certification Trainings (Sign up information in this newsletter)
- Jan. 30 - 7:00 PM at the Stillwater Gov't Center. Come learn about Shooting Sports and what it has to offer. Register here!
Washington County Fair
- July 1 - County fair registration deadline. Final selection of projects and animals need to be entered in FairEntry by this date.
- July 29 - 4-H General/Static project judging (Saturday)
- July 29-30 - County 4-H Dog Show
- Aug. 2-6 - Washington County Fair
Youth enrollment and animal ID deadline
- May 15, 2023
In November we toured The Friends in Need Food Shelf and learned how they help our community providing meals. The County Cousins had our annual holiday party on December 2nd. We enjoyed food a pasta dinner, played a saran wrap ball game, and decorated sugar cookies. During the meeting we got an update on The Friends in Need Food Shelf project, the Engineering Design team, and discussed our upcoming bowling event.
Respectfully submitted, Calissa Newton
Congratulations to Country Cousin’s 4-H Club!
Country Cousins 4-H Club received $500 for submitting their idea for the 2022 Minnesota 4-H Food Partner Challenge! The club will put the $500 towards the Friends In Need Food Shelf project.
Woodbury 4-H Club
The Woodbury 4-H Club met on January 9 for our first meeting in 2023. A fun ice breaker game was played to begin the meeting. We discussed ideas for fun activities we'd like to participate in this year as well as community service opportunities. Two members of our club gave a project talk about the Food Revue. We ended the meeting by making our own trail mix snack and talking about the food groups represented in each item.
Workers for 2023 Midwest Mopars in the Park National Car Show
Last year, many 4-H’ers enjoyed working at the Midwest Mopars Show held at the Washington County Fairgrounds. 4-H youth will be hired to help at the front gate with putting on Wristbands. Others will be helping park cars.
Dates of the event are; June 2, 3, and 4.
Time: 7:45 am until approximately 4:00 pm
$15.00 an hour CASH. Includes travel time also. Paid at the end of each day. If you are interested, please contact Dan Nielson Director, Midwest Mopars in the Park, Spectator Entry, 763-843-1510 Cell call or text. Dan will need to know if you are interested no later than May 15th.
Looking for volunteers to share their knowledge with youth. Maybe facilitate a tour of your place of employment or business related to a 4-H project area or better yet show youth how to make or build something. We are searching for winter project workshop ideas and need your help in determining what we should explore. Think about where your passion fits best.
What projects can I choose from?
- Cloverbuds – an exploratory workshop for youth in K-2nd grade
- Animal Science - Beef, Cat, Dairy, Goat, Dog, Horse, Lama, Pets, Poultry, Rabbits, Sheep, Swine, Veterinary Science, Exploring Animals
- Expressive & Communication Arts - Crafts & Fine Arts, Performing Arts, Photography, Video, Demonstrations
- Family Consumer Science - Child & Family Development, Clothing & Textiles, Food & Nutrition, Food Review
- Mechanical Science - Aerospace, Bicycle, Computer, Electric, Robotics, Wood Shop or Metal Shop, Small Engines, Tractor, Aquatics Robotics, Engineering Design, Rube Goldberg Machines
- Natural Resources - Entomology, Exploring the Environment, Fishing Sports, Forest Resources, Geology, Shooting Sports/Wildlife Management, Water/Wetlands, Wildlife/Biology
- Personal Growth & Development - Citizenship, Consumer Education, Global Connections, Health, Safety, Youth Leadership
- Plant Sciences - Crop Sciences, Flower Gardening, Fruit, Indoor Gardening, Lawn & Landscape Design, Plant & Soil Science, Potatoes, Vegetable Gardening
Let's chat and see what adventure we can go on together! firstname.lastname@example.org or call 651-430-6800.
Volunteer & Club Leader Helpful Resources
Check out this state page for helpful resources!
Apply to be a 4-H screened volunteer
Time to enroll!
Families are encouraged to enroll/re-enroll early in the fall to get the most out of 4-H in the coming year. The most important part of re-enrolling is updating your information. Maybe you have a new email, new projects to add, changing to a different club, updating the grade you are in or changing health information. All of this and more can be done though your family account in 4honline. https://v2.4honline.com/
Enrollment is required annually to participate in 4-H! If you have any problems with registrations or need more information on enrollment please contact our office by email at email@example.com or phone at 651-430-6800. While the 4-H year is a year-round organization, you must be enrolled BEFORE May 15th to avoid any penalties. This is also the deadline that all animals must be identified in your family account if you intend on participating in dog training or showing at the county fair.
Still looking for a club to join?? Please contact the club to make sure you are on their email list.
4-H Clubs in Washington County
Yearly Membership Fee
As you may have noticed, shortly after you enrolled online you were approved. Monthly email reminders are sent to families who have not paid their county fees up until the County Fair. Members who do not pay or fill out a scholarship request are flagged at the county fair. We continue to accept checks/cash at any time. Please pay your membership fee, county fees are used not only for programming but also towards salaries for county personnel. Without this income we will be forced to raise fees for all events.
Washington County has a yearly enrollment fee of $25.00 per member (youth only) or $100 max per family for 4 or more children. We ask that you please send payment to our office address listed below.
Checks should be made out to Washington County 4-H and sent to the following address:
Washington County 4-H
14949 62nd Street North
Stillwater, MN 55082
**For those using online banking, please be sure to include Washington County 4-H as checks made out to just Washington County go directly to the property tax office**
We don't want anyone to miss out so please just let us know by completing the scholarship form.
Washington County Extension Website
- Current and past Family Newsletters
- County Animal ID letters
- News articles about our larger ongoing project areas
- Events calendar
- County club map with contacts
- County Fair information as it becomes available
- Much more
4-H Event cancellations based on weather
Staff will evaluate weather conditions and make a decision as to whether events will be canceled. Decisions to cancel an event will be based on;
• Forecasted low temperature and wind chill
• Total predicted snowfall
• The ability to safely operate vehicles (ice, snow, visibility)
• If area schools are canceled
To communicate a last minute cancellation, the staff leading the event will update their phone message to reflect the change of plans.
Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development
Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development
Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development
Principal Office & Administrative Specialist
(651) 430-6800 or (651) 430-6803
Washington County 4-H
14949 62nd Street North
Stillwater, MN 55082
(We are located in the Stillwater Government Center)
Office hours - Please call ahead as staff hours do vary.
Friday by appointment
651-430-6800 or firstname.lastname@example.org