July Horse Show and Fair Qualifier
July 15-17th at the Clallam County Fairgrounds
Information and Entry forms are available here. Entries can be mailed or turned into Neon Riders on July 5 or 12th at the Fairgrounds.
Clallam County Fair 2022
Blue Ribbon Dreams in Boots and Jeans
August 18th – 21st, 2022
We want to hear from livestock owners and those who would like to own livestock about the possibility of WSU hiring a livestock educator in Clallam County to work with the Small Farms Program and 4-H.
How would a WSU livestock educator benefit you or your business?
Please answer here https://tinyurl.com/LivestockEducator
August Horse show
Rules and Entry Information
Virtual Beef and Dairy Cattle Show
Clallam County has been invited to participate in a virtual show for 4-H’ers enrolled in a beef or dairy cattle project. This show is being run by WA State 4-H Fair Dairy Cattle Superintendent: Julie Mowbray and is a preview of what the State 4-H Fair may look like if it is virtual.
What: Enter a video AND participate in a knowledge event
When: Video entries due by June 25th, the mandatory knowledge portion will be held on June 30th – Juniors will start at 5pm, Intermediates will start at 6:15pm, and Seniors will start at 7:15pm.
For more information:
How to video your 4-H Beef or Dairy slideshow
Update on Resuming In-Person Activities
Any in-person 4-H activity or event must receive approval from WSU ahead of time. Approvals can take up to 10 business days.
Please read this update from the Clallam, Jefferson, and Kitsap County directors. 4-H Letter 3/19/2021
Attachments mentioned in the letter:
WSU Extension Proposal for In-Person Activities
Approved Spokane County Plan for Reference
Child Care, Youth Development, and Day Camps During the Covid-19 Outbreak
Agricultural Events Covid-19 Requirement
Here is the link for attestation forms for in-person participants and volunteers to complete and send in to the extension office.
Stop the Spread of Germs
What Does 6 Feet Look Like?
Suggested Posters & Handouts
How to Safely Wear & Take Off a Mask
How to Choose the Right Mask
(Handout) Symptoms of COVID-19
(Handout) How to Protect Yourself & Others
Clallam County 4-H Teen Council
Are you a teen in Clallam County 4-H who wants to get together with your peers to discuss 4-H and what you want to see Clallam County 4-H look like in the future? If so join the Teen Council by emailing Melanie!
Explore and Experience 4-H Zoom Activities
We have several free virtual activities coming up. Activities are open to ages 5-18 whether you are in 4-H or not. Parents must attend with youth who are under the age of 9. Each event has its own registration. You can find these events on the current month’s newsletter or on the Explore 4-H with WSU Extension Facebook page.
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
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.