Sussex County 4-H Animal Project Representative Applications due this
Tuesday, June 15.
4-H Members in grades 11-13 who have completed three years in an animal project area are encouraged to apply to represent their animal species as this year’s 2021 Animal representative. Members applying must have completed a County level public presentation for the current project year to be considered.
In the event of a competition for representative, more than one person applies; independent judges review the contestants’ application and schedule an interview portion for each applicant. Individual interviews will last approximately ten minutes with each judge asking 1-3 questions. Contestants applying will need to be able to attend the following required events during the fair if chosen:
– NJSF/SCF&HS Opening Ceremonies (and parade if applicable) on the First Saturday.
– Queen of the Fair Contest on the first Saturday
– Be available in your species barn from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm on the Thursday of the Fair to assist Round Robin participants.
– If not a participant in Round robin, assist during the Round Robin event.
– *Livestock Reps Only– Assist with Market Animal Dinner and Sale (Tuesday evening)
– Assist with species shows and other tasks as requested by your animal area coordinator.
Applications can be downloaded at:
The S. C. 4-H Animal Representative application packets must be completed and turned in to your 4-H club leader. The applications received by club leaders should be submitted to the 4-H office no later than June 15, 2021.
AMERICA’S HARDEST WORKING BOOT SUPPORTS AMERICA’S HARDEST WORKING KIDS IN 4-H
Georgia Boot is a proud partner of the National 4-H Council. We believe every kid should have the opportunity to be #GeorgiaBootStrong and create a better path #Fourward through the hands-on learning experiences that 4-H offers. These programs help build confidence, creativity, leadership, and resiliency, shaping our future leaders.
From now until August of 2023, we will offer various promotions on our website and at select retail partner locations. A portion of sales from these promotions will be donated to National 4-H Council to provide critical resources needed to support the organization’s efforts to empower our youth. Georgia Boot has committed to a minimum donation of $75,000 in 2021, $75,000 in 2022 and $85,000 in 2023.
Information and Programs For Our 4-H Parents and Leaders
Classes scheduled for next week are:
Monday, May 17, 2021; 2:00pm: Mindful Eating | Our Relationship with Food
Tuesday, May 18, 2021; 7:00 pm: Agritourism/On-Farm Direct Marketing Risk Management Webinar Series – What to Do When Something Goes Wrong, Incident Response and Media Relations
Thursday, May 20, 2021; 1:00 pm: Rutgers Lunch and Learn course – What’s Your Style? Communication Preferences for Success
Thursday, May 20, 2021; 6:30 pm: RU Ready 2 Preserve Food at Home- Tomatoes & Salsa
Thursday, May 20, 2021; 6:30 pm: RU Ready 2 Garden FREE webinar- Growing Organically: 5 Keys to a Bountiful Home Garden
Saturday, May 22. 2021; 9:00 am: Pet First Aid & CPR Certification (fee)
Monday, May 24, 2021; 6:30 pm: Hurricanes and the Mid Atlantic Cold Pool: How Our Regional Ocean Can Protect Coastal Communities – Rutgers Cooperative Extension – Marine Extension Program Seminar Series
Tuesday, May 25, 2021; 12:00 pm: Agritourism/On-Farm Direct Marketing Risk Management Webinar Series – Liability Insurance for Farms Open to Visitors
Thursday, May 27, 2021; 1:00 pm: Rutgers Lunch and Learn course – Empathy in Action
Thursday, May 27, 2021; 6:30 pm: RU Ready 2 Garden FREE webinar- Delicious Edible Flowers
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