Our Office is Closed, but we are still open!
The Pierce County 4-H Office is closed during the Stay Home Stay Healthy declaration. Your 4-H staff is still working from home to help our leaders and clubs deliver our program. If you has questions or concerns before we are cleared to return to the office, contact either Sadie Williams or Mike Seiber.
While your family is Staying Home and Staying Healthy, work with your 4-H children on creating their poster for fair, Public Presentation, and update their recordbook. In addition to their project poster, every 4-H’er is able to submit a poster on General Safety (not related to their project) and 4-H Promotion. You can find free 4-H Project information from WSU Publications.
Other helpful links:
How to Make a 4-H Public Presentation
Learning Links – 4-H and More
Meeting Still Being Held Via Zoom
Contact your club leader or Department Superintendent to receive the link to these meetings.
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 Meeting, 4th Thursday of Most Months
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.