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4-H in Kandiyohi County

    It's time to register for the 4-H Agronomy Crop Scouting event
    A 4-H Crop Scouting event will be held on Monday, July 29, 2019 in rural Benson for 4-H and FFA youth currently in grades 7-12.
    4-H Agronomy on the Road!
    4-H Agronomy tours will be held on July 10 (Renville area) and July 17 (Benson area).
    Last chance to register for the 2019 Morris Regional 4-H Camp!
    Any youth in grades 3-6 are invited to attend camp, June 18-20 at the University of Minnesota, Morris Campus. Registrations accepted through May 10.
    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.
    Raise your hand for Minnesota 4-H youth!
    National 4-H’s Raise Your Hand promotion is here once again until May 15. Take a couple of minutes to cast your vote for Minnesota 4-H to win up to $20,000!
    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.
    2019 State Arts-In registration now open!
    All youth currently in grade nine - one year post high school are invited to participate in a 22 day theater arts/leadership/team building experience at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds. The 2019 Arts-In experience begins Aug. 8.
    4-H Dog SuperSession on May 18 will be super fun
    Register now for 4-H Dog Supersession! 4-H'ers in third grade and up, their families, trainers, and youth and adult dog project leaders are invited to attend 4-H Dog Supersession on May 18 at the Twin Cities Obedience Training Club in Minneapolis. Registration and payment are due by May 11.
    Attend statewide one-day livestock trainings
    Minnesota 4-H is offering 4-H livestock day camps at six different locations in May and June. The trainings will focus on youth grade 6 and up, but younger members will be welcome if they bring a parent or adult chaperone. Event and registration due dates vary by location.
    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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