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  • New 4-H Family Night

    Is your family new to Wright County 4-H? Do you want to learn more about what 4-H has to offer? New families, this event is planned especially for you! Please join 4-H volunteers for this fun evening to learn more about what being in 4-H could mean for your family. We will go over upcoming summer events (including Camps & County Fair). There will be fun, hands-on activities for the youth and a parent meeting to help parents focus on the basics of 4-H. Come and see how your family can get involved in Wright County 4-H.
  • Rabbit Project Clinics

    Rabbit project members (and other interested families) are welcome to attend rabbit clinics. 4-H’ers will have an opportunity to ask questions, have their animals tattooed, learn about showing, and much more. Please note: in the event of inclement weather, the Wright County Extension Office will post a cancellation notice on the Wright County 4-H Facebook page
  • Horse PDC Meeting

    All horse project members and their families can attend Wright County horse project meetings. These meetings are a chance for families to give their input on and make decisions about our great horse project. This would also be a great opportunity to get your achievement books signed! Hope to see you there!
  • 4-5-6 Night

    4-H members in Grades 4 – 6 are invited to join us for 456 Night. The 4-H Ambassadors have plenty of dinosaur/pre-historic themed games, challenges, experiments, and activities planned for the night. Invite your classmates & neighbors for an exciting night of 4-H fun!
  • Important Deadlines - May 15

    Deadlines for Animal ID's, Club Dues, and Membership
  • 4-H Federation Meeting

    Policies and financial decisions which affect county programs are determined by the Federation. Some clubs even assign 4-H members to attend and report back to the club. Most Federation meetings begin at 7 p.m. in Wright County Government Center Room 120. The Advisory Council meets at 6:15 p.m. Host Clubs: Creative Clovers, Hanover Honey Bees, and Northern Peak. Showcase Club: Hanover Honey Bees
  • YELLO Registration Due

    Youth Exploring Leadership and Learning Out Loud! is an annual, statewide, four-day leadership conference with group discussions, workshops, service opportunities, challenging speakers and hands-on activities designed for youth. Information is available online at: Registration closes on May 7th!
  • LQA&E (Ethics) Training

    All 4-H’ers who plan on participating in animal projects at the State Fair (except horse, dog, and pets) must have current LQA&E certification. By participating in LQA&E training, 4-H’ers learn proper techniques for livestock care. LQA&E certification is valid for three years. Those enrolled in an applicable project, and are due for training should have received a postcard reminder. Please contact the office if you are not sure if your training is current.
  • Residence Camp Clean-Up

    Help is needed cleaning up our residence camp facility at the Sand Dunes State Forest. There's plenty of jobs from raking leaves, mowing lawn, and more! If anyone has a special cleaning tool they are welcome to bring it. If there's enough help it won't last more than a two to three hours and we’d really appreciate the help if anyone is available! Snacks will be provided to all helpers!
  • Foodstand Committee Meeting

    The next Foodstand Committee meeting is coming up soon. Each club should send one representative to Foodstand meetings to help plan the work for the year. Please contact your club Key Leaders if you are interested!
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