Beginning this year, to exhibit beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, sheep, meat goats (includes pygmy), dairy goats, poultry/waterfowl/pigeon, and rabbits, 4-H members must be certified through the Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) program.
Leadership is the ability to motivate, inspire, and create an environment for each individual to pro-actively participate in family, community and citizenship affairs for the betterment of the family, community and world. Junior Leaders helps 4-H members develop their leadership skills, increase involved in the community, and discover a voice to make change happen.
Find out the latest on workshops and trainings. Workshops are open to all 4-H youth, parents, and volunteers.
The 4-H Newsletters are a great way to stay up to date on what is going on in La Porte 4-H. They are filled with project updates, trips and workshops notices, 4-H Booster Club news, scholarships information and so much more.
It is that time of year to start thinking about being a 4-H Camp Counselor. 4-H Camp Counselor Applications are available here and at the Extension Office. 4-H Camp Counselor positions are open to 4-H members in 8th-12th grade. 4-H Camp dates this year are June 6-8.
Mini 4-H is for kids in kindergarten through 2nd grade. La Porte County has 12 Mini 4-H projects, workshop, fun days, and fun fair activities.
The La Porte County Fair is July 9-15. As the Fair is quickly approaching, make sure you have all your important information. Do you know when your 4-H Project judging time is? Who bought at the 4-H Auction last year? When is your club doing Building Watch? Look here to find the answers to these questions and more!!