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4-H in Red Lake County

    Apply to represent Minnesota 4-H at the National 4-H Conference!
    Apply by Nov. 15 to be one of Minnesota's delegates to the National 4-H Conference, March 28 - April 2, 2020! This is a fantastic experience open to sophomores and above.
    BLU registration opens Nov. 1
    Registration for the 2020 Building Leadership and Understanding (BLU) regional leadership workshops will open Nov. 1. BLU is open to youth in grades six and up. Five BLUs will be held at locations across the state - registration deadlines vary by location. Meet youth from across the region and build leadership skills at this event!
    Visit Washington, D.C. with Minnesota 4-H
    Minnesota youth in grades 9-13 - Travel to Washington, D.C. this summer to visit our nation's capital and learn more about civic engagement at the national level! Watch our website after Nov. 1 for more details - registration will close on Dec. 10 and space is limited.
    Order from the Clovermart Winter Sale beginning Nov. 1!
    It’s that time of year again -- the Clovermart Winter Sale is here! Orders will be accepted Nov. 1 - midnight on Dec. 12.
    Watch for 4-H agronomy opportunities!
    Attention all 4-H members, parents and volunteers! We are excited to announce 4-H agronomy opportunities coming your way on Nov. 1!
    Check out these tools to support new 4-H families
    Discover these new tools designed to engage and support new families and volunteers.
    Sign-up for the 2020 Minnesota 4-H Engineering Design Challenge!
    Registration for the 2020 Minnesota 4-H Engineering Design Challenge is now open for youth in grades 3 - 12. The challenge season begins in November and finishes in August of 2020. Taking part in this challenge is a fun, hands-on way to learn communication, decision making and problem solving skills.
    Keep youth safe when participating in winter activities
    Winter activities and outings require planning ahead to avoid risk. Utilize the “keeping youth safe” guidelines and policies before including them in the program plan of activities and outings for the year.
    Plan and develop the club budget
    It’s time for 4-H clubs to develop their annual budgets. Budgets provide a written plan for raising and spending money to accomplish club goals. Sharing budget reports with your club throughout the year is a great way to help all 4-H members understand where and how funds are being used.
    It’s time to enroll!
    4-H enrollment is required for 4-H participation and is easy to do. Has your family enrolled yet? If not, please take a few minutes to enroll and/or update your family's information.

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