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    2018-19 4-H Re-enrollment is Open!!

    As of September 4th all youth were moved from an active status to inactive. What does that Mean??- It’s time to re-enroll! Make sure you do that before October 1st!!

    Volunteer Training

    Let’s build a web of support for our 4-H’ers! Join us at “4-H Grows Relationships,” the 2018 4-H annual volunteer training.

    General Livestock Knowledge Bowl Informational Meeting

    Come and learn about General Livestock Project Bowl on November 18th at 6:30 pm at the Caribou in Cambridge!

    Officer Training

    Have you been elected to be a county, project or club officer? Do you want to be a better officer candidate? Attend officer training on October 30th at the Isanti County Government Center.

    Ambassador Meeting

    Our first Ambassador meeting of the 2018-19 year will be October 25th at 6:30 pm at the Isanti County Government Center!

    Have You Thanked Volunteers Lately?

    The 2017-18 4-H year was a great year for Isanti County 4-H!! Don’t forget to reflect and thank the ones who helped you succeed!

    Message from Jennifer: It’s a new season of doing in 4-H

    Interim Minnesota 4-H state leader Jennifer Skuza celebrates all the ways youth and adults can take action in 4-H. As the new program year begins, set your intentions for a year full of doing.

    Plan and develop your club’s budget

    It’s time for 4-H clubs to develop their annual budgets. Budgets provide a written plan for raising and spending money to accomplish club goals. Sharing budget reports with your club throughout the year is a great way to help all 4-H members understand where and how funds are being used.

    Keep youth safe when participating in 4-H programs

    Now is the time of year to plan for risk and keeping youth safe as they participate in a variety of programs, activities and events. Use our online planning tool and risk management materials to ensure safe and healthy environments for youth and adults participating in 4-H programs and activities.

    Plan to attend annual volunteer training this fall

    Powerful things happen for youth when they’re in a positive relationship with caring adults. The 2018 annual volunteer training, “4-H Grows Relationships,” will ready youth and adult volunteers to connect to young people in meaningful ways. Dates and locations are planned across the state this fall. Be sure to bring a team of youth and adult volunteers.
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