4-H in Steele County
- Join us for the Engineer-It Challenge WorkshopMay 10th in Mankato! Register by May 1st!
- YELLOYouth Exploring Leadership and Learning Outloud! (YELLO!) is an exciting and fun, annual statewide leadership conference. Be sure to submit your paper or online registration by the deadline of May 8!
- 4-H Summer Camp 2014 at Camp PattersonCheck out this great overnight camping experience! Early registration deadline is May 16!
- 4-H Livestock ID ProcessMinnesota 4-H has a new online 4-H Livestock ID process with a deadline of May 15!
- 4-H AmbassadorsSteele County 4-H Ambassadors provide leadership to county-wide events and activities as well as enjoying projects and activities of their own design. Making new friends, building on their strengths, and expanding their horizons, while having fun are prime opportunities in the 4-H Ambassador program.
- Engineer-It Challenge Workshop - May 17Do you like to imagine, plan, build, test and modify original designs? If so, this is a day for you! This day will give you a chance to do all this in a series of workshops.
- April Steele County 4-H Clover UpdateThe Steele County 4-H Clover Update monthly newsletter contains the latest news and information about 4-H events, deadlines, training, scholarship opportunities, projects and other activities for members, families, and volunteers in your county.
- Steele County 4-H Clover Update newsletter now availableThe Steele County 4-H Clover Update monthly newsletter contains the latest news and information about 4-H events, deadlines, training, scholarship opportunities, projects and other activities for members, families, and volunteers in your county.
- Renewing Currently ID'd Dairy and Dairy Goats for 2014All Minnesota 4-H members who have dairy and/or dairy goat ID's on file, and desire to continue those animals as 4-H projects, MUST indicate to the county extension office which animals will be continuing as projects. The ID data for these animals will then be entered online. Information has been mailed to families with members enrolled in the dairy and dairy goat projects, but if members are not yet enrolled or the information has been misplaced it is available here and online at www.4-H.umn.edu/animal-ID.