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4-H in Lac Qui Parle County

    Sign up now for the Map to Leadership event
    Are you wanting to explore new resources for your clubs but do not know where to start? Do you want to learn how to take your leadership to new destinations within your club and county? Begin your journey and map out your path to leadership with us at the University of Minnesota Morris campus on Saturday, January 5, 2019. Open to 4-H youth in Grades 6+ and adults!
    4-H Volunteers: Sign up now to attend the SW Winter Project Leader Training!
    Plan to join fellow 4-H adult volunteers to network and gain new ideas for helping youth learn through projects. One of our overarching 4-H program goals is that “Youth will learn by developing a passion in their area of interest”. To support this goal, we need volunteers to share their interests and lead project learning opportunities to help youth identify and pursue areas of interest. It will be held on Saturday, February 23 from 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at SMSU in Marshall.
    Enrollment time is now!
    Please get yourself the Extension Office if you have any questions!
    Volunteer Screening
    If you would like to become a 4-H Volunteer, please call the Extension Office to receive an application. Fill it out, complete the online training and you are done!​​​​​​​
    Thank you's are so important - how can I help you?
    It is so important to write a simple thank you as a sign of appreciation for the award.
    Quick Link to county webpage
    Here is the fastest way to access the LqP County web page -
    After-school Cloverbuds and Spectacular Science
    Dawson Elementary (Tuesdays); MMN Elementary (Thursdays)
    Join a Project Bowl Team
    Project Bowls are an exciting way for youth to explore a project area, develop teamwork, build self-confidence and develop decision making skills!
    Pulse Points
    Take a moment and take your club's "pulse".
    Thank you to...
    We would like to recognize our members and volunteers.

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