The Pierce an King Counties Super Saturday will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church, 12115 Park Avenue South, Parkland, and Pacific Lutheran University on February 3, 2024. Workshop Proposal are now being accepted through December 13, 2023. The fee will be $15.00. A lunch option will also be available again this year. Registration will open on January 1, 2024 in 4HOnline.
2024 Workshop Proposal Form
Pierce County Volunteer Recognition Event
Pierce County Government holds an annual volunteer banquet to honor and recognize volunteers who have given generously of their time, talent, and expertise to Pierce County Government. While all volunteers are special, some are outstanding and deserve special recognition. 4-H Volunteers are eligible for this recognition as WSU Extension falls under Pierce County Human Services.
Who is eligible?
- Any person or group actively involved in volunteer efforts that directly benefited any Pierce County government department.
- Volunteers may be members of boards, commissions, task forces, interns, or individuals who assisted with research, clerical duties, special projects, etc.
- Person or group who was active in County Government sometime in the past 12 months.
- Person or group who did not receive wages for volunteer service and reported directly to a county department or staff member.
How do I nominate someone?
- Complete one form for each nominee or group. Any individual or group may nominate one or more volunteer or group; however, be sure to specify why each individual or group being nominated is special and unique.
All questions must be answered completely on the nomination form. Failure to do so may disqualify your nomination. Nominations are due by January 7, 2024. Nomination forms can be dropped off or mailed to the 4-H Office, 3602 Pacific Avenue, Suite 200, Tacoma or e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nominations can be made at https://www.piercecountywa.gov/4048/Volunteer-Recognition-Event . The Volunteer Recognition Event will be held on Saturday, March 16, 2024 at the McGavick Conference Center at the Clover Park Technical College.
2023 Volunteer Recognition Nomination Form
Our Office is open by appointment
Your 4-H staff is working from home and our office to help our leaders and clubs deliver our program. If you have questions, concerns or would like to schedule an appointment, contact either Shelley Friend or Mike Seiber.
How to Make a 4-H Public Presentation
Learning Links – 4-H and More
Poster information Form
Regular Meeting (in-person and Zoom)
Most meeting will be offered both in-person and by zoom when possible. Contact your Club Leader or Department Superintendent to receive the link to these meetings. Zoom links are available for club meeting by contacting Mike Seiber.
Dog Leaders Meeting, 1st Monday of Most Months
Horse Department Board Meeting, 2nd Wednesday of Jan., April, July, Oct.
Horse Department General Meeting, 3rd Wednesday of Jan., April, July, Oct.
Pierce County 4-H Leaders Council, 3rd Thursday of Most Months
Pierce County 4-H Program Zoom, 4th Thursday of Most Months (only by zoom)
Each week, Washington State University Extenion – 4-H Youth Development publishes a weekly newspaper that announces different events around the state and talks about different news in the 4-H world. This will help you stay up-to-date with Washington State 4-H!
HOW TO SUPPORT PIERCE COUNTY 4-H
Apply for a Fred Meyer Community Rewards card. These contributions enhance our programming efforts, for such things as Opportunity Grants, Scholarships and Club Support, and is a benefit to all of our 4-H members. Our group is Pierce County 4-H Council #90289.
If you do not have a Rewards card, please talk to Fred Meyer’s staff and find out how to apply for one, or go to https://www.fredmeyer.com/topic/community-rewards-4. This will not interfere with your personal Rewards.