The 4-H State Office can be found online here.
Ferry County 4-H Events
For event ideas and approvals please contact the 4-H office.
February ~ Know Your Government Conference (February 17-20, 2018) An annual event where 4-H Delegates travel to Olympia for three days to learn about the government and prepare our future leaders for representing issues and concerns they feel are important to our area and their lives. More
4-H Day Camps ~ Camps focus on natural resources, science, engineering, technology, the arts and math. These are excellent camp experiences for kids with the support and involvement of our school youth as teen leaders.
April ~ 4-H Small Animal Showcase Held each spring during the Ferry County Conservation Fair. 4-H’ers have the opportunity to showcase their project animals and answer questions from the public, all while promoting 4-H. More
June ~ 4-H Teen Conference Held every other year (next conference to be held in 2018) at the WSU Pullman Campus where teens across Washington participate in educational workshops, action-filled activities, and team building recreation all while staying in dorms and learning about college life. More
July ~ Horse Day Camp 4-H’ers learn what they need to succeed at fair through fun, hands-on learning classes including horse health and care.
August ~ Pre-Fair Official Ferry County Fair Classes are held throughout August where 4-H members compete in Fashion Revue, Public Speaking, Demonstrations, Performing Arts, Kitchen Activities and Performing Arts. 4-H’ers demonstrate and are judged on skills and talents through 4-H project work. More
Labor Day Weekend ~ Ferry County Fair 4-H’ers spend months working on projects designed to equip them with essential life skills such as problem solving, decision making, project management, communications and public speaking. 4-H’ers share their accomplishments and educate the public about their projects. More
September ~ State Fair Those who have earned blue ribbons or better at the county level are invited to represent Ferry County in statewide 4-H competitions. These are the “best of the best.” More