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Adult Leader Youth Protection/Volunteer Orientation

In order to be recognized as a 4-H volunteer leader in the Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development program, all adults age 18 years and over must participate in the Youth Protection Program. The Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development Youth Protection program process includes: Completion of the Volunteer Orientation/Youth Protection Training Completion of the 4-H Enrollment with the […]

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Heart of the North (HON) Days

Represent the four county Northwest Wisconsin region which includes Washburn, Barron, Rusk, and Sawyer counties. Meet with Wisconsin legislators, department heads and state cabinet level officials to advocate for issues that are unique and specific to Northwestern Wisconsin. This is a learning experience in state government as well as possibilities of: tour the State Capitol, […]

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4-H Newsletter June/July 2019

In this issue… June, July and August Calendar of Events Congratulations Seniors and Scholarship Recipients 2019 Cloverbud Day Camp UW-Extension 4-H Youth Summer Camp Save the Dates (Older Member Interviews, Achievement Day) Kids In the Garden Youth Tractor Safety Bee in Your Bonnet Decorating Contest March, April and May 2019 Washburn County 4-H Leaders Association […]

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Wisconsin 4-H License Plates Now Available

The 4-H specialty license plate is now available through the Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles. Bearing the message “4-H Empowering Youth”, the plate offers the opportunity to show support of the 4-H program, as well as make a financial contribution. The sale of each license plate will include a monetary contribution to the WI 4-H Foundation. Half […]

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