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4-H Forms, Publications and Resources

Program Contact: Bridget Rohner, WSU Extension Youth Family & Community Education, Lincoln-Adams
(509) 725-4171 • brohner@wsu.edu

Program Contact: Randy Williams, Lincoln-Adams 4-H Program Coordinator
(509) 725-4171  •   (509) 869-1818 • randy.williams@wsu.edu

Program Contact: Karen Robertson, Lincoln-Adams WSU Extension Program Assistant
(509) 659-3209  • robertk@wsu.edu

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Animal Science

Clubs & Groups

ENROLLMENT

OFFICERS & CLUB MANAGEMENT

RISK MANAGEMENT

  • Assumption of Risk, and Health forms are all now part of the 4hOnline Enrollment system. Club leaders should print off completed Health Form Reports from 4hOnline for members and keep in a secure “traveling file” for field trips, arena practices, etc.
  • Head Leaders, Project Leaders, Event/Activity Coordinators should keep a list of emergency contacts for members in a secure file (electronic and/or paper) for 4-H program management use only.
  • American Income Life Accident-Coverage for Lincoln-Adams 4-H*
    WA State 4-H carries the Annual Accident Insurance Policy for YOUTH members
    However, Councils, Committees, and Clubs hosting 4-H activities involving attendees other than their enrolled youth members must provide “Special Activities Coverage” for ALL adult and youth “Event/Activity” attendees 5 years and older.
    *For other insurance options – search on-line for “Accident insurance for clubs”
  • Emergency Procedures

Fairs & Judging

General 4-H

Leaders’ Councils

Policy

Record Keeping

MARKET LIVESTOCK HEALTH (QA) FORMS
Note: Last Revision – 2008. Check with the specific show, fair, or sale committee for form requirements

Volunteers

Other

 


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Attention enrolled Lincoln or Adams 4-H Volunteers & Members: If you are unable to download large publications due to slow internet speed and can’t access through your local library, please contact Karen for assistance. 509-659-3209 email

NOTE: There will be minorENROLLMENT changes in for the new (2018-2019) 4-H year. ALL Lincoln and Adams Co 4-H leaders are encouraged to attend one of the 4-H New Year Kick Off Meetings: Oct. 2nd in Moses Lake, or Oct. 3rd in Ritzville, or Oct. 4th in Davenport.  General (head) Club and Family 4-H leaders and adult Treasurers or leaders working with finances  are required to attend a Kick Off Meeting.

4-H 101 Part 2 Volunteer Training for new leaders is scheduled during Super Saturday in Othello on Nov. 3rd, Monday, evening, Nov. 5th in Ritzville and Tuesday evening, Nov. 13th in Moses Lake. RSVP’s Required.  Contact Karen for enrollment questions 509-659-3209 email

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