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    Plan ahead to reduce risk when serving food to the public

    4-H clubs, federations and councils serve and/or sell food to the public in a variety of ways. Follow best practices to minimize risk to the public involving food.

    Keep your 4-H teams safe

    Before 4-H teams gather, make sure all youth are enrolled and at least two Minnesota 4-H volunteers are designated to lead the team.

    Faribault County 4-H Building Fund

    We are raising funds to build a new Faribault County 4-H multi-purpose facility and Show Pavilion on the county fairgrounds.

    It's County Fair Time, Now what??

    Your Adventure starts here-- Save the Date!! Thursday, June 27th 5:30 - 8:00 pm. Faribault County Fairgrounds.

    Faribault County Swine Clinic

    Faribault County is hosting a Swine Clinic that teaches 4-hers about the health and well-being of their animal project.

    Breeding Beef County Identification

    Breeding Beef projects must be verified by one of the following individuals: Joel Sonnek and/or Michelle Klinkner on Saturday, May 11th from 7:30 am – 4:00 pm

    Sheep Weigh-In and ID 2019

    Faribault County 4-H Sheep Weigh-In and Verification is being held on Saturday, May 4th, starting at 8:00 a.m. The verification and weigh-in will take place at the South end of the Swine Building at the County Fairgrounds. Please have the ID worksheet completed with all information EXCEPT the MN 4-H ear tag and weight; that will be filled in at the identification time.

    What’s your spark?

    A spark is very special. Read Jennifer Skuza’s reflections on why finding your spark, and encouraging its discovery in our youth, is one of the best ways a 4-H volunteer can spend their time.

    Use 4HOnline as a club or project leader

    4-H club and project leaders can use 4HOnline for management and communication. Learn more on the “Using 4HOnline” web page.

    Keep youth safe when participating in summer activities

    Summer activities and outings require planning ahead to avoid risk. Utilize the “keeping youth safe” risk management planning tool, guidelines and policies before activities and outings are offered to 4-H members.
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