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4-H offers limitless opportunities for friendship, growth, fun, and development. By engaging youth and adults in meaningful partnerships, 4-H helps young people to reach their full potential as competent, confident, leaders of character who contribute and are connected to their communities. To learn more about what out county 4-H program offers, check out our clubs and events page.

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Glenn County 4-H Welcome Flyer

We hope you are ready for another exciting year in Glenn County 4-H. Please remember that all youth members and volunteers and required to enroll (or re-enroll) for the new 4-H year at 4-H Online, the enrollment system of Glenn County 4-H. To help ensure your first time enrollment - to your enrollment, is as easy as possible, please read the information below and contact the UCCE Office if you have any questions prior to beginning the enrollment process. 

If this is your first year in Glenn County 4-H, or it has been a few years since you have been involved with Glenn County 4-H, we recommend that you contact the Glenn County UCCE Office before enrolling in 4hOnline and let us know you would like to enroll and to receive your welcome packet.

Glenn County 4-H Welcome & Enrollment Flyer 2021-22
Glenn County 4-H Welcome & Enrollment Flyer 2021-22

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Additional Resources

4-H Membership Policies Page Link
4hOnline Enrollment System Info Page Link
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Handbook for Families

This guide is for ALL families in 4-H in California. Use the Club and County Information Sheets to keep club and county contact information easy to find.

State 4-H Handbook for New Families
 

Club Information Page 2019-2020
County Information Page for UC Handbook for Families 2021-2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

State 4-H Handbook for New Families

Club & County Information Page for UC Handbook for Families 2021-2022

 

Pay 4-H Enrollment Fees Online Here!

2021-2022 Enrollment Fees Credit Card Link

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Apr. 21—About eight Glenn County 4-H members participated in the second annual 4-H Anything But Animals Extravaganza, according to a press release.

The event, which took place on March 28 at the University of California Cooperative Extension in Orland, included the Food Fiesta, Creative Arts & Skills Day, ABA Judging Day and Interview Contest.

"The 4-H members brought many wonderful ABA display boards and craft projects to be evaluated," it was stated in the press release. "4-H members also participated that day (in) judging ABA classes and testing their knowledge on many 4-H topics including sewing, leadership, cooking and finances. A few of the members participated in the fourth annual Interview Contest. Youth had to choose a job, create a resume and cover letter for the chosen job and participate in a mock interview." — The Food Fiesta & Creative Arts and Skills Day Board Junior Division silver medal winner was Danica Pool, of the Willows 4-H Club. The Intermediate Division silver medal winners were Adrianna Hurlburt and Maddisen Pool, of the Willows 4-H Club. The Intermediate Division gold medal winner was Allie Humphreys, of the Lake 4-H Club. — All primary members (5-8 years old) received participation ribbons and certificates for the ABA judging. The primary participant was Grace Hobbs, of the Willows 4-H Club. ABA Judging Junior Division winner was Danica Pool, of the Willows 4-H Club. The Intermediate Division winners were Adrianna Hurburt, of the Willows 4-H Club, first place; Maddisen Pool, of the Willows 4-H Club, second place; Allie Humphreys, of the Lake 4-H Club, third place; and Brooklynn Hobbs, of the Willows 4-H Club, fourth place. The Senior Division gold medal winner was Emily Karle, of the Lake 4-H Club, first place. — Interview Contest Junior & Intermediate participants were Danica and Maddisen Pool, of the Willows 4-H Club. The Senior Division gold medal winners were Emily Karle and Carson Karle, of the Lake 4-H Club.

The adult chair for the event was Abby Alves, key leader of the Willows 4-H Club, and Youth Chair for the event was Kenzie Eddy, Lake 4-H member and ABA Council vice president.

Members from the Willows 4-H Club also assisted with the event.

"A big thank you to all the leaders, youth and parents who helped with the ABA Extravaganza event and set up, evaluated and tabulated," it was stated in the press release.

Sours: https://news.yahoo.com/glenn-county-4-h-members-181500921.html
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Members, leaders and guests representing Glenn County 4-H attended the 10-species Livestock Challenge on April 25 at the Glenn County Fairgrounds. 

There were around 19 participants from Glenn County 4-H at this event and one participant from Butte County 4-H, according to a press release. 

Grace Hobbs, of the Willows 4-H Club, was the primary participant of the day. 

The other winners were as follows:

Swine 

–Top overall winner: Kelsey Swearinger, of the Durham 4-H Club. 

–Junior Division: First place, Danica Pool, of the Willows 4-H Club; second place, Scott Griffith, of the Orland 4-H Club. 

–Intermediate Division: First place, Savannah Kampmann, of the Capay 4-H Club; second place, Maddisen, of the Willows 4-H Club; third place, Adrianna Hurlburt, of the Willows 4-H Club; fourth place, David Griffith, of the Orland 4-H Club; fifth place, Leah Young, of the Orland 4-H Club. 

–Senior Division: First place, Kelsey Swearinger, of the Durhamn 4-H Club; second place, Tucker Kampmann, of the Capay 4-H Club. 

Goats

–Top overall winner: Kelsey Swearinger, of the Durhamn 4-H Club.

–Junior Division: First place, Abimeleck Gonzalez, of the Capay 4-H Club. 

–Intermediate Division: First place, Xitlali Gonzalez, of the Capay 4-H Club; tied for second place, Brooklyn Hobbs and Adriana Navarro, of the Willows 4-H Club. 

–Senior Division: Kelsey Swearinger, of the Durham 4-H Club. 

Sheep

–Top overall winner: Kelsey Swearinger, of the Durham 4-H Club. 

–Senior Division: Kelsey Swearinger, of the Durham 4-H Club. 

Beef

–Top overall winner: Ryan Chapman, of the Willows 4-H Club. 

–Senior Division: First place, Ryan Chapman, of the Willows 4-H Club; second place, Kelsey Swearinger, of the Durham 4-H Club; third place, Tucker Kampmann, of the Capay 4-H Club. 

Horse

–Top overall winner: Gage Canalia, of the Plaza 4-H Club.

–Intermediate Division: First place, Gage Canalia, of the Plaza 4-H Club. 

Dairy

–Top overall winner: Jackson Kampmann, of the Capay 4-H Club. 

–Intermediate Division: First place, Jackson Kampmann, of the Capay 4-H Club; second place, Xiomara Gonzalez, of the Capay 4-H Club; third place, Adrianna Hurlburt, of the Willows 4-H Club; tied for fourth place, Brooklyn Hobbs, of the Willows 4-H Club, and Gage Canalia, of the Plaza 4-H Club. 

–Senior Division: First place, Tucker Kampmann, of the Capay 4-H club. 

Rabbit

–Top overall winner: Sienna Navarro, of the Willows 4-H Club. 

–Intermediate Division: First place, Sienna Navarro, of the Willows 4-H Club. 

Dog

–Top overall winner: Gage Canalia, of the Plaza 4-H Club. 

–Intermediate Division: First place, Gage Canalia, of the Plaza 4-H Club. 

Pygmy Goat

–Top overall winner: Maddisen Pool, of the Willows 4-H Club. 

–Junior Division: First place, Danica Pool, of the Willows 4-H Club. 

–Intermediate Division: First place, Maddisen Pool, of the Willows 4-H Club.  

“Thank you to all our volunteers who helped proctor the Livestock Challenge: Gina Taylor, Pete Bartels, Kathy Bartels, Bryan Otterson, Karen Baldridge, Garrett Otterson, Dede Canalia, Reagan Bartels, and Mark Kampmann. Thank you to Bryan Otterson and Thea Baldridge who helped tabulate the event. We greatly appreciate Landry Otterson and Marlene Silveira who chaired the event, along with Plaza 4-H Club. Another thanks to our adult and youth volunteers that helped with set-up, registration and general duties. We appreciate everyone’s efforts,” it was stated in the press release. “The 2021 4-H Livestock Challenge was a great success, and we are very thankful for all of the volunteers’ hard work and the determination and diligence of all participants.”

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The purpose of 4-H Youth Development is to help diverse young people discover and develop their potential and grow into competent, contributing, and caring citizens. Learn by doing activities, youth-adult partnerships, and research-based educational programs help young people enhance their leadership abilities and develop a wide range of other life skills.

Glenn County 4-H Program

Glenn County maintains a large 4-H program,which includes 10 clubs, 100 adult volunteers and over 500 youth. All 4-H leaders are volunteers who give their time to provide leadership and training to youth ranging in age from 5 to 19. Members showcase their talents at the Glenn County Fair, where sheep, goats, rabbits, beef, swine and avian are shown and sold. Home Economics (ABA) Anything but Animals and crafts are also represented, and 4-H'ers win many ribbons with their projects.

4-H Motto

"To Make the Best Better." Its intent is to inspire young people to continue to learn and grow, to make their best efforts through participating in educational experiences. The 4-H motto supports the California 4-H YDP mission of engaging youth in reaching their fullest potential.

Vision

A World in which youth and adults learn, grow, and work together as catalysts for positive change.

Mission Statement

"The University of California 4-H Youth Development Program engages you in reaching their fullest potential while advancing the field of youth development."

Primary Mission Areas

Our hands-on projects fall under four primary areas. We provide meaningful opportunities for youth and adults to work together to create sustainable community change.

  • Civic Engagement
  • Leadership
  • Healthy Living
  • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)

NEW 4-H Healthy Living Activity Guide

Try one or all 30 of these fun, skill-building activities to help your kid live a healthy life.

Healthy Living Activity Guide
4-H Healthy Living Activity Guide

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Social Media Links

Glenn County 4-H Facebook Page Link
 
Glenn County 4-H Instagram Page Link
UCANR Glenn County Facebook Page Link

 

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4-H Pledge

The 4-H pledge is commonly said at the beginning of 4-H club meetings, conferences, and events.

As a true 4-H member, I pledge...

My head to clearer thinking,

My heart to greater loyalty, 

My hands to larger service,

My health to better living, 

for my club, my community, my country and my world.

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