4-H Activities

Program Contact: Kim Belanger, 4-H Coordinator
(509) 243-2009 • kim.belanger@wsu.edu

Asotin County 4-H Activities

Demonstration Day (February)
4-Hers give demonstrations on various subjects that are judged by volunteers. Winners are awarded.

Know Your Government (February)
The 4-H Know Your Government Conference serves to strengthen the connection between youth and our political and social networks through education, experience, application and inspiration. More Information.

Competing in the Asotin County Fair (April)
4-H members enrolled by November 1st will be able to complete in the Fair in April.

Teen Conference (June)
The 4-H Teen Conference engages youth to reach their full leadership potential. It brings together youth from across Washington for a memorable three-day leadership training, networking and learning experience. More information.

More Teen Opportunities
Check out the variety of fun opportunities for teens. Teens do not have to be enrolled in 4-H to attend these events. More Information

Washington State Fair (September)
4-Hers compete at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup. More information

Achievement Night (September)
A fun night to celebrate the achievement of 4-H members and introduce non-members to the 4-H Program.

Super Saturday
A variety of small fun workshops for 4-H members and leaders.

Teen Rallys (September or October)
Teens from the Eastern District join together to spend three days of learning and fun!

State Ambassadors
Learn new leadership skills, planning events like Teen Conference and Know Your Government while traveling around Washington promoting 4-H.

Livestock Field Days (varies)
These are one-day workshops that teach about raising 4-H Market projects (beef, swine, sheep, goat).

Make it with Wool Contest (October)
Entries may be sewn, knit, crocheted, woven or felted and must contain a minimum of 60 percent wool fibers.

http://makeitwithwoolwashington.com/contest-listings/