Announcement Regarding the Current Status of 4-H in Clallam, Jefferson, and Kitsap Counties
Please see this announcement
4H Letter from Directors (1)
Welcome to the 2020-2021
We are excited to get a fresh start and are celebrating with a 4-H Kick-Off Kit to all those who enroll or re-enroll by November 15th!
Each kit will include a 4-H Notebook, mood pencil, sharpie, and a 4-H logo mask! Enrollment began October 1st, so we’re ready to roll! If you need help with enrollment, please reach out to your club leader or county coordinator! Distribution of kits to all qualifying youth may vary county-by-county. We will be working with your club leaders to decide the best strategy!
Enroll today! Go to our NEW online enrollment site: https://v2.4honline.com
Youth Art Experience
Kitsap County 4-H is offering 8, one hour art classes over zoom.
When: Thursdays from Oct 22nd—Dec 17th (excluding Thanksgiving) from
Who: Open to youth 5-18 years old, no 4-H enrollment required
Cost: $10 per class
How to sign up: http://bit.ly/Kitsap4HArt
On Target Tuesdays
A series of free shooting sports workshops featuring Olympic Athletes and USA Top Shooters.
When: Tuesdays, Oct 6,13,20, & 27. Nov 3,10, & 17. Dec 1 & 8. 6:30-7:30pm.
Learn more and sign up on the WSU Pierce Co 4-H page.
Celebrate 4-H Drive Thru
When: Sunday, Nov 1 at 2pm.
Where: Clallam County Fairgrounds Blue Gate
We will be holding our annual Celebrate 4-H event on Nov 1 to recognize 4-H youth, but it will look a little different this year. This year will be a drive thru style awards ceremony where 4-H’ers and certified volunteers can pull up and pick up their awards without getting out of the car. Our MC’s will also host a zoom announcing all of the winners. As a bonus, this year we are offering 4-H’ers and certified volunteers who register by Oct 1 and attend a 2020 themed t-shirt.
Clallam Resilience Project is offering free trainings for Resilience Month
Trainings will be held via Zoom Wednesday mornings 9-11 am
·ACEs– September 23rd- ACEs Registration Link
·Trauma 101– October 7th – Trauma 101 Registration Link
·Resiliency– October 21st – Resiliency Registration Link
·Secondary Stress and Self Care– November 4th – Secondary Stress and Self Care Registration link
Over 33% of Clallam County residents report having 3 or more ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences); research indicates the more “toxic stress” a person has experienced, which can including living through a pandemic, the greater their risk of social, emotional, behavioral, and physical health challenges. Resiliency is an antidote: there is compelling scientific evidence saying that being able to rely on relationships to access resources and support in the moment of need, can transform a potentially toxic experience into a tolerable one. The Clallam Resilience Project is joining our County Commissioners in proclaiming October as Resilience Month and offering a number of supports in this time of need.
The Clallam Resilience Project is offering free trainings for Resilience Month. Apple Heath’s Coordinated Care team will provide 4 virtual trainings surrounding issues of trauma and resiliency. A person can register for one or all of the trainings in the series. Attached is the Resilience Month training flyer (the links are embedded and can be accessed in the pdf), you can access them as Facebook events through our Facebook Page , or register with the links below. Please register and invite your staff and partners.
All in person 4-H activities cancelled
In person 4-H meetings will resume when schools reopen. Clubs can still meet virtually. Please see this letter from the state director of 4-H, Nancy Deringer.
Thank you for your patience through this time. We wish your family health and safety.
Visit 4-H Online to submit enrollment for 4-H Clubs. Online enrollment is now open. Visit our Join 4-H page for more details on joining a 4-H club.
Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication or program information or reasonable accommodation need to contact Melanie Greer at 223 E 4th St, Ste 15, Port Angeles, WA at least two weeks prior to the event.
Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local Extension office.