The Deadline to Re-enroll for This Project Year is December 31, 2022.
4-H Online is OPEN for Reenrollment.
If you run into any issues or have questions, please feel free to contact the 4-H Office for assistance.
Sussex County 4-H has been invited to partner with our Newton Tractor Supply Company store to exhibit, recruit, and fundraise on October 1.
On Saturday, October 1, from 10 am – 4 pm. Newton tractor supply would love to have our 4-H clubs promote their clubs at the store. Clubs are encouraged to exhibit what their club is about (animals welcome), recruit new members, and fundraise for their club. Clubs will just need to bring their own table and chairs. Set up will begin at 9:00 am. They are welcome to set up a pop-up tent and pens for animals (if they choose).
Interested clubs need to sign-up at, https://tsceventpartners.com to reserve a spot.
If you can not make it or have questions please contact the 4-H office
or Ben Jorristsma @ Benjorritsma@protonmail.com.
NJ 4-H Discover the Leader in You! Conference
October 29, 2022
Somerset 4-H Center Bridgewater, NJ
4-H members in 6-8th Grade- Are you ready to start your leadership journey?
Youth in grades 6-8 are invited to participate in this introductory leadership conference. You will meet new people, have fun, and develop leadership and personal development skills that can be put to use at home, school, in 4-H, and in your local community!
Registration materials can be found at:
They are due by Oct. 17.
For more information contact Michelle Teitsma firstname.lastname@example.org or Sharon Kinsey email@example.com
September PhotoCorps Challenge
September’s theme is “Dreams”: What images does the theme “dreams” bring to you! Dreams during sleep? Dreams for the future? Let your imagination and camera lens inspire us to dream!
Register and submit your photo through 4-HOnline
Registrations will now go through the member’s 4-online account. Each month a new theme will appear on the family’s Member List page in 4-HOnline. Youth members (grades 4-13) click Register under each month’s theme, answer a few questions about their photo and then upload it. Download directions here.
All NJ 4-H Cooking Clubs are invited to participate in the 5th Annual Cup Cake Wars
Saturday, December 3, 2022
11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
4-H Center, 310 Milltown Road, Bridgewater, NJ
There will be teams of 3 youth. Individuals are welcome to register and we will match you with a team. Space is limited to the 1st 12 teams to register.
See the flyer for details and to register for Junior or Senior divisions.
Ever wanted to see the world and experience another culture firsthand?
Well, now you can! Sharron Kinsey, Camden County 4-H Agent is thrilled to announce that she will be taking a group of students, grades 9-12, to Costa Rica in Summer 2023, and she wants you to come with her!
Talk about the educational experience of a lifetime! We’ll see famous landmarks, interact with new people and new cultures, and find a little more independence along the way.
Bring yourself and your parents to her Zoom info session on 9/29 at 6:30 PM to learn more about this experience and how you can be a part of it. Your family can register for the meeting here: https://bit.ly/3e0kYyg
Poetry x Hunger: Poetry Call from Middle and High School Youth
Do you want to help eliminate hunger and poverty through the power of your pen? NJ Arts 4-H is introducing Poetry X Hunger. Join in the Poetry X Hunger project promoted by Expressive Arts 4-H of Rutgers Cooperative Extension. If you would like to learn more about the many forms of poetry you can choose from, contact Ellen Williams, Expressive Arts 4-H Agent at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information visit https://nj4h.rutgers.edu/comm/poetryxhunger/
Information and Programs For Our 4-H Parents and Leaders
Your Annual Rutgers Protection of Minors Training is Due
Leaders, this is a reminder that you must complete your Rutgers Protection of Minors Training annually. This is a requirement before will the office can approve you in the 4-H Online System for the new program year.
Thank you to those that have already completed this requirement for this year.
You may have received an email from the Rutgers Protection of Minors email with the following link: https://pom.ipo.rutgers.edu/.
If not, you can use the link at any time to complete it.
The following are steps to complete this:
1. Click the link. You are taken to the Rutgers Protection of Minors training home page.
2. At the bottom, use the NON-NetID User option to request a PIN login.
2. Once you receive the PIN via email, use the link above again to gain access to the site and enter the training via the PIN Login.
3. Complete the training. There are 4 modules and quizzes you must complete. The last page you will see is:
The process should take less the 30 minutes. Once you get here, you are all done. We will be sent a notice when you complete the training.
If you have any issues please contact the 4-H Office for assistance
Looking Ahead for our Leaders
– SAVE THE DATE – We will be having our Leader Dinner on November 5 at the Stillwater Community Center. More information to come. If interested in assisting please contact Tanya (email@example.com).
– End of Year Paperwork (4-H Club Treasury Annual Review Form, End of Project Year Recognition Certificates and Pins, Project Medal Recommendation Form) is due to the 4-H Office no later than November 1.
– If your 4H club meets at the fairgrounds, please use the following link to request dates: https://forms.office.com/r/J3Wms4F62U. Thank you to those that have already sent us your dates. September thru December dates have been approved, with the exception of those I have reached out to. Confirmation dates have been emailed to leaders who have submitted requests.
Wednesday, September 21, 2022, 12:30 pm – CORE Basic Pesticide Training Program (Fee) In-Person
Friday, September 23, 2022, 11:00 am – Real Recipes: Overnight Oats
Friday, September 30, 2022, 11:00 am – Real Recipes: Stuffed Peppers Different Ways
Bee-ginner’s Beekeeping: The Basics of Apiculture
Online Class – Opens October 2nd & Closes October 31st, 2023
Participants can complete the course content (which will take approximately 14-16 hours) at their own pace anytime during the period the course is open. There is an optional live Q & A session with the instructors during which you can ask questions about the course content.
If you have any questions and/or concerns, bee 🐝 sure to contact Pam Mayer firstname.lastname@example.org
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