Rock County 4-H
Phone: 608-757-5690Fax: 608-757-5581
H is a community of young people across America learning leadership, citizenship and life skills.”
WHAT’S HAPPENING IN ROCK COUNTY 4
You may be very active in your club program, but have you thought about getting involved in county
activities and events? Here are a few things to consider…
Communication Arts Festival
JOIN THE FUN
Join the fun and improve your communication skills at the 2011 Communication Arts Festival onFebruary 28
at UW Rock County. Check out the flyer at the end of the newsletter. You can reg-ister for public speaking opportunities, posters, writing and Public Service Announcements con-tests. Cloverbuds are also encouraged to participate. Registrations are due February 11 so get in-volved. If you have questions contact Linda Marshall at 757-5690.
The Jr. Council Volleyball Tournaments
are coming up in March… check and see if your clubwill have a Jr. and/or Sr. Team and sign up. It’s lots of fun.
If you are in the Foods and Nutrition Project, get involved in the Foods Revue.Members will be receiving detailed information about class changes for the 2011 event.
County Project Meetings...
The Horse & Pony project is having some important meetings towelcome members and explain all the opportunities that are coming up. There are also rabbit, poul-try, dog, cat and mechanical science project meeting coming up. Check them out too!
Check out the WI 4-H Website!
This website, http://www.uwex.edu/ces/4h/, is a valuableresource for members and leaders above and beyond information offered at the Rock County 4-Hwebsite.-Project Information-State Groups or Program Information-State Scholarship Information - http://4h.uwex.edu/foundation/scholarship.cfm-
And much more…
These are just a few of the things to do on the county and state level and we know your club hasmany opportunities as well. So make the best of your 4-H experience and get involved!
If you don’t find what you are looking for in the Cloverpatch, check out our website, http://
rock.uwex.edu/4-h-youth-development/ or call us at 757-5690.