Friday, June 12, 2015

Changes ahead- ITS Kids Science Camp



We regret to inform you that the Sevier County 4-H program will not be moving forward as a sponsor of the ITS Kids Science camp.  But don't fret! Sevier County 4-H is going to host a camp as scheduled!


What this means for you:
1.  NEW 4-H Sci Fi Camp- If you would like your child to continue on with the Sevier County 4-H Science camp experience, just send us an email at seviercounty4-H@usu.edu to let us know and we'll hold on to your registration funds and be in touch with the specifics about camp. If you would like to register your child for the first time, visit https://4-hscificamp.eventbrite.com

2. Get a Refund- If you would NOT like to  attend the Sevier County 4-H Science Camp and would rather be refunded the registration money you have paid to date, please send an email to seviercounty4-H@usu.edu, and we will take care of that.

3. Future ITS Kids- If you would like to have your child attend a future ITS Kids Science camp, please contact ITS Kids Science camp director, Kelsey Ames, at 435-531-6661
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. These changes in administration are happening pretty close to camp, and we are considering some adjustments to the schedule, but all those details will be fine tuned in the coming days,and we'll be in touch.

If you have any questions at all please email us at:
seviercounty4-H@usu.edu

Monday, May 18, 2015

CHESS CLUB!!

 

Ok you Chess Kings and Queens! Chess Club starts Thursday June 11th at 2:00-3:00 at the NS REC it will run for 6 weeks. Come learn the game and how to make those AWESOME moves. Its going to be really fun and when you get done you can challenge someone to a game. Ages 10-14

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Lets Talk Birds


Lets Talk Birds!! Bird Club will be starting on Wednesday June 3rd at NS REC at 4:00-5:00.We will be learning how they build their nests, what they eat, what kind of bird they are and even be doing some bird watching. So don't forget to mark your calendars for June 3rd. FLY on in and we will have some fun!! Ages 8-14.
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Ready, Set, Go! to the World of Work Introduction



Date: May 28, 2015

Location: Utah State University Extension - 250 North Main Richfield, UT – Downstairs Training Room

Time: 5-7 PM

Cost: Free

Grades: 9-12

Description:  Activities and information are related to resumes, interview techniques, verbal and nonverbal communication. This event is a fun and informative opportunity for students to get a competitive advantage in the job market.

Registration Not Required

Ready, Set, Go! to the World of Work County Contest



Date: June 11, 2015

Location: Youth Center – 100 South 200 West Richfield, UT  

Time: Participants will choose their interview time between 9 AM and 12 PM.

Cost: Free

Grades: 9-12

Description: Show off your interview skills! Contestants will come prepared with a completed resume and job application. They will be given an interview time in which to complete a 10 minute interview. Contestants should treat this contest as if they were actually going through the job interview process. This event will give youth an opportunity to qualify for participation in the World of Work State Contest. 

Ready, Set, Go! to A Day in the Life of a College Student Overnight Camp


Date: June 17-18, 2015

Location: Utah State University Eastern – 451 East 400 North Price, UT

Time: Depart from Richfield at 1:00 PM and arrive at USU Eastern in Price at 3:00 PM

Cost: $60.00 per student

Grades: 9-12

Description: Experience what it’s really like to be in college! This camp is designed to give students a real-life college experience. It includes an overnight stay in the dorms, a campus tour, workshops and many fun activities including disc golf, movie night and a tour of the Utah State University Eastern Prehistoric Museum. 


Ready, Set, Go! to the State Contest



Date: July 13-15, 2015

Location: Utah State University - Logan, UT  

Time: TBD

Cost: $50.00 – Scholarships May Be Available

Grades: 9-12

Description: County Contest finalists will be invited to participate on the state level. Like the County Contest, participants will come prepared with a completed resume and job application. They will be given an interview time in which to complete a 10 minute interview. Contestants should treat this contest as if they were actually going through the job interview process.