The Archuleta County 4-H program will host a Family Orientation meeting on Monday, Jan. 10, from 6-8 p.m.
All new families are invited as well as anyone else who would like to have more information about our 4-H program.
Parents of 4-Hers who have been in the Cloverbud program but will be transitioning to their first 4-H year are strongly encouraged to attend.
As with all of our programs during the winter months, if it is snowing, please contact the CSU Extension Office at 264-5931 to confirm the meeting will take place.
Friday, Jan. 28, at 4 p.m., is the deadline for signing up for any 4-H livestock project for 2011.
You must declare any and all livestock projects to the CSU Extension Office at 264-5931.
Members will be able to drop any livestock project after this date.
If the Extension office does not have your enrollment form, enrollment fees and livestock project/s entered, you will not be able to take this project, thus you will not be able to show at the 2011 Archuleta County Fair.
Monday, Jan. 31, at 6 p.m., all 4-H Livestock members (who bring an animal to the county fair) are required to attend the mandatory Livestock meeting. There are no exceptions to this rule.
Thursday, Jan. 6 — 6:30 p.m., Shady Pine 4-H Club.
Friday, Jan. 7 —1:45 p.m., Cloverbuds.
Monday, Jan. 10 — 6 p.m., 4-H Family Orientation.
Monday, Jan. 10 — 6 p.m., Junior Livestock Committee meeting.
Tuesday, Jan. 11 — 6 p.m., Rocky Mountain Riders 4-H Club.
Wednesday, Jan. 12 — 3:30 p.m., 4-H Shooting Sports project.
Thursday, Jan. 13 — 11:45 a.m., Mountain View Homemakers.
Friday, Jan. 14 — 2 p.m., Colorado Mountaineers 4-H Club.
Friday, Jan. 14 — 2 p.m., Wolf Creek Wonders 4-H Club.
Check out our webpage at www.archuleta.colostate.edu for calendar events and information.