York County 4-H Blast
March 8, 2019
4-H Enrollment is Now Open - Sign up Early!
Time to re-enroll in 4-H! All youth and volunteers who would like to participate in the York County 4-H program should complete their online enrollment here: ne.4honline.com
Early enrollment is due March 15. Those who enroll by March 15th will be entered to win clover cash and 4-H Swag in March. Payment must be received by the office for enrollment to be complete.
The enrollment fee is $5 per member. Visit our website www.york.unl.edu for a link to the enrollment website and instructions on how to enroll. You are able to pay the $5 enrollment fee on line or bring a check to the York Extension Office. You do not need to fill out the health information unless your child is going to a State 4-H camp.
Regional Junior 4-H Camp
Who can go to Jr. Camp? 4-H’ers age 8 – 11 from York, Boone, Platte, Polk, Merrick, & Nance Counties
Where is the Camp? Whispering Cedars Camp, Genoa, Ne
What will we do? Zip line, repelling wall, swimming, singing, campfires, crafts, and more
How to Register? Return registration form by April 27th (spots limited)
What is the Cost? $85.00 per camper (4-H council scholarship available to help with cost)
See Registration form at back of March Newsletter.
Flat Herbie is Here!
Flat Herbie is here to celebrate this milestone. Cut out Herbie and make him part of your community by taking him on a tour of your town. Snap a picture of him at local events, favorite landmarks, or 4- H activities. Upload the pictures to your social media channels with #N150Herbie or email us at email@example.com. We encourage everyone (students, faculty, staff, 4-H families, and alumni) to get in on the fun with Flat Herbie throughout 2019!
Flat Herbies are now available to pick up at the Extension Office.
Download your own Flat Herbie here: https://4h.unl.edu/documents/N150-Flat-Herbie.pdf
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.