Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Sevier County 4-H is hiring!

USU Extension in Sevier County has a position available immediately for a part-time (20 hrs./week) 4-H Community & Volunteer Liaison-Central Sevier Area.

Primary duties include: planning, promoting, and conducting 4-H programs; recruiting, supporting, and recognizing adult volunteers; and contributing and participating in the 4-H staff team. 

Full details and application instructions are available at https://jobs.usu.edu. Search for position P05125.  Position open until filled.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Got the Travel Bug? Check out the American Youth Leadership Program to Ghana!

The 2015 Wyoming delegation with their hosts in Ghana
The American Youth Leadership Program (AYLP) provides an opportunity for youth and adult participants to travel to Ghana, learn about Ghanaian history, culture, traditions, and ways of life by staying with a host family during the four week program July 2016. American and Ghanaian host siblings will also study cultural issues in the U.S. and Ghana around nutrition and food security. Education topics on structures to provide healthy school lunches, marketing, and access to food.

Youth (15-17 years of age) and adult citizens are eligible to participate in AYLP with Ghana. The AYLP grant covers the following costs for participants:  passport and visa fees, pre-trip orientation at UW in Laramie, roundtrip airfare to Ghana, meals, lodging, site visits, cultural activities and transportation in Ghana, accident and sickness protection. Check out AYLP- Ghana! Detailed information and applications are available on the University of Wyoming 4-H web site:  www.wyoming4h.org  Applications are due December 1, 2015.

The American Youth Leadership Program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Cultural and Educational Affairs and administered by the University of Wyoming 4-H Youth Development Program.  Contact Warren Crawford, crawford@uwyo.edu, for more information.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Celebrate National 4-H Week by saying THANKS and showing 4-H pride!

It's time to kick off another great year 
in Sevier County 4-H!

Some things you can do to celebrate:
-Take time to thank the people who help make your 4-H experience possible.  
A popular thing to do is "Make and Take" where you make some cookies or a treat of some kind and deliver it to your club leader, people who sponsored your livestock project, a community sponsor, your favorite 4-H staff members (*wink, wink) - anyone who has helped you be a successful 4-Her!

-Show your 4-H pride.
On Wednesday, October 7th we want you to wear a 4-H shirt to school or work or wherever you are to show your 4-H pride.  Take a picture of you and your friends in your 4-H gear and tag us on Instagram using the hastags #sevier4hutah #utah4h #4h.  The picture with the most favorites will win a prize!

North Sevier Enrollment Days

Did you hear?  It is FREE to enroll/re-enroll 
in 4-H thru October 31st! 

For youth and families in the North Sevier Area we are here to help!  If you need help getting signed up for 4-H, please contact Phyllis Peterson at danelle.peterson@usu.edu or call/text her at 435-201-2006.  She is planning several times and dates where she'll meet with you one on one, get you through the enrollment process, and tell you about all the great things we have planned in the North Sevier area and all across the county.

Contact Phyllis today!

Spooky Science Night in North Sevier

SPOOKY SCIENCE is coming our way!
Thursday October 22nd
NS REC Center (up stairs)
3:15-5:00 pm
Grades 3rd-8th

We will be making Vampire Slime,Vampire Veins,Screaming Balloons and more. You don't want to miss out so go to the link below and reserve your spot today! SPOOKY!!!!

ACT Prep Course scheduled

Sevier County 4-H and the Department of Workforce Services are committed to helping Sevier County high school students do well on the ACT.  
Why is it important to do well on the ACT?  Colleges look at ACT scores to determine student eligibility.  Colleges may also award scholarships to those with high scores!
All 9-12 grade Sevier County high schools students are invited to participate in the upcoming ACT prep courses.
Our first course will be held October 7-9 (registration has closed for this course).  Future courses are scheduled for November and January so be on the lookout for dates and registration information!

Exclusive Event - Members only! Family Night Out

We will be offering a new benefit to 4-H families beginning in November 2015 - a FREE Family Night Out once a month.

This year’s first Family Night Out will be held November 9 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM at the Sevier County Fairgrounds 200 south 400 East in Richfield. 

Come see what 4-H has to offer, play games, eat dinner, listen to a fun fall story, and learn all about Sevier County’s 4-H programs! 

**ENROLLMENT is a required to come to this fun event! Enrollment is FREE now through Oct. 31, so enroll your teens and other kids now!

Interested in the Teen Council? What you need to know...

When are the meetings? 
First Thursday of every month

What are the meetings like? 
Nicole Christensen, Teen Council President, leads our meetings. We have a monthly ice breaker, a "Prepare, Enrich, Inspire!" lesson on developing relationships of all kinds, calendaring, a fun activity and a snack! 

Where and what time are the meetings? 
We meet in the county building east end basement room at 8 PM and try to end before 9:30 PM.

Besides meetings, what do you do?
This year we are doing 3 service projects, 2 PEI grand events, and hosting 2 Jr. retreats for the Jr. Teens. We will also be participating in a Winter Retreat in January where teens get to go to Aspen Grove and cross country ski or snow shoe, we will have a southern region camp in March and a swing dance camp in February! We are also working on portfolios monthly that teens can use when applying for any scholarship. Teens are also hosting this years first Family Night Out on November 9.

Who can join?
Teen Council is open for all teens in the valley grades 9th—12th. Teens earn punches during the year by helping out and leading various activities to help pay for fun camps and retreats offered through the state and region.

Questions or to join text Nan Singleton 201-7803 or email her at lunan86@me.com

Record Number of Sevier County Youth Registered to Attend Statewide Teen Leadership Training

This year we have 25 youth and 4 adult leaders going to Teen Leadership Training! (Thanks to the two moms who are helping us get so many to Logan! ) 

This is new record for Sevier County! This increase is a result of some very friendly and inviting teens and a generous scholarship from Rebecca offered for first time 4Hers! This year we will not only be learning leadership, making new friendships, dancing the night away, and having fun—we will be attending a USU football game! Woot—GO Aggies!

Sevier County Represented at Utah 4-H State Horse Show

Twenty youth from Sevier County traveled to Hurricane, Utah to participate in the State 4-H Individual Horseshow September 25-26.  

Participants included: 
Juniors- Addyson Brown,  Brecklynn Buchanan, Lainee Crane, Teegan Jensen, Laynee Nielsen and Brianna Torgersen.   

Intermediates- Ruger Greenhaulgh,  Hope Kearl,  Whitney Maag,  Miya Maxfield,  Michayla Outzen and Wyatt Payne.   

Seniors- Jesse Borg, Shaelei Boswell, Toni Brown, JaKel Quarnberg, Amy Shomaker, Morgan Stevens, Brianna Viklund and Madison Wallace.

Brecklynn Buchanan, Laynee Nielsen, JaKel Quarnberg and Madison Wallace also competed in the State 4-H 2-handed Horseshow September 24, competing on horses ages 2 through 5 that they have been training.

At the Individual horseshow, each age group had over 100 contestants participating. 

Some of the highlights included:
Juniors- Brecklynn Buchanan-  5th Western Equitation, 2nd barrels and gymkana gig, 6th poles, 15th overall judged events, 1st overall speed and 3rd all-around
Laynee Nielsen - 8th western horsemanship,  3rd gymkana gig,  6th barrels, 7th poles, 5th overall speed and 6th all-around. 
Breanna Torgersen - 19th overall speed

Intermediates- Ruger Greenhaulgh- 11th overall speed
Whitney Maag - 10th gymkana gig,  18th test
Miya Maxfield - 10th poles
Wyatt Payne - 14th test

Seniors - Amy Shomaker - 6th Western Equitation,  3rd gymkana gig,  5th poles, 8th barrels, 3rd overall speed and 15 all-around
JaKel Quarnberg- 5th barrels and 15th overall speed
Morgan Stevens - 10th poles
Madison Wallace - 15th overall judged events

All these youth did a great job representing Sevier County and should be proud of themselves.

Fab Friday Dates Set

Another great year of Fab Friday's are in store.  The dates are:

Friday, November 6th, 2015
Friday, January 8th, 2016
Friday, February 5th, 2016

All events are from 2-5 p.m. at the Sevier County Fairgrounds.  Classes are available for K-2 graders and 3rd grade and up!

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

South Sevier Community Club Meetings Set

A great opportunity is available to youth in the South Sevier area - monthly 4-H family activities!

Activities will be held at the Monroe Community Building at 6 p.m. and are open to everyone in the South Sevier Area.  The schedule of dates and subjects are as follows:

October 5th, 2015 - Crime & Spy Science
November 2nd, 2015 - Spa & Relaxation
December 7th, 2015 - Craft Beading
January 4th, 2016 - Fitness
February 1st, 2016 - Cake Decorating
March 7th, 2016 - Kitchen Science
April 14th, 2016 - Geology
May 2nd, 2016 -  Photography
June 6th, 2016 - Forces of Nature
July 11th, 2016 - Paper Crafts
August 1st, 2016 - Planet Energy
September 12th, 2016 - Family History

For more info on community club call/text April Cobb 435-616-5050

Outshoot the Sheriff a great success!

2nd Annual Outshoot the Sheriff 
Sponsored by 
Sevier County 4-H 
Sevier County Sheriff's office

We had a total of 16 youth participate with the six Sheriff's Office department officers. They all enjoyed the shoot which consisted of a challenge tree where they recorded how many times they could hit a four inch target when given 10 shots; the “Golf Tee Challenge” where they had to shoot progressively smaller targets going from a tennis ball to a golf ball to a DumDum sucker and finally actually shoot the golf tee; and finally a station where they had to knock down plates like at a carnival.

Sevier County 4-H is HIRING

Are you interested in becoming part of the team?

USU Extension in Sevier County has a position available immediately for a part-time (20 hrs./week) 4-H Community & Volunteer Liaison-Central Sevier Area. This is a non-benefited hourly position. Some weekends and evenings required. Required to have good people skills, computer and organizational skills, general office management capabilities and able to work both independently and take direction from supervisors. Must have access to reliable transportation when County vehicles are not available for business-related travel. This is a temporary position, funded through October 2017. Priority given to those with knowledge of/experience in 4-H program. College course work preferred. This is an ACA Variable position.  The successful candidate must be able to pass a background check.

Responsibilities include:
1. Promote and market 4-H program offerings in the assigned geographic area.
2. Recruit and support adult volunteers including completion of volunteer application and training processes.
3. Assist Extension Faculty members in recognition of adult volunteers and youth.
4. Accountable to Extension faculty members, including monthly reporting and participation in/contributing to staff meetings.
5. Assist Extension faculty members in development and delivery of county-wide 4-H day camps, clubs, contests, and service projects; County Fair events and general program delivery year-round.
6. Assist in providing leadership/project/program related training to Sevier County 4-H youth and adult volunteers.
7. Assist Extension faculty in proper evaluation and reporting of 4-H program.
8. Assist in writing articles/compiling information for Sevier County 4-H Newsletter and newspaper articles/news releases as appropriate.
9. Participate/attend statewide 4-H sponsored events, activities, and trainings as assigned.
10. As an employee of Utah State University Extension, make all reasonable efforts to accommodate and serve all citizens according to civil rights/affirmative action statements.
11. Other tasks as assigned or as interests and resources allow. 

The wage is $12 for up to 20 hours/week.

To apply go to http://jobs.usu.edu/ and search for position #P05125

Questions about this position may be directed to Rebecca Mills at rebecca.mills@usu.edu.

State Fair Exhibit results


This year we had 18 exhibits from 14 different exhibitors compete at the state fair.  As always, the Sevier County youth did GREAT with 13 blue ribbons, 4 red ribbons and 1 champion rosette!  Exhibits are now available in the office for youth to pick up.  Great job!

The individual results are as follows: 
Adams, Taylie
Poster about lambing and weather
Bosh, Sydney
Recycled 4th of July Wreath/Denim
Bradshaw, Brecken
Chappell, Presley
Scripture Case from placemat
Chappell, Presley
Camp Bag
Foreman, Faith
Carved powder horn
Hales, Misti
Looking Glass Abstract Art
Marshall, Kambrey
Turkey Wreath
Mciff, Marissa
Business Proposal
Mciff, Marissa
Business Logo
Mciff, Marissa
Decorated Cake
Monroe, Emrie
Monroe, Emrie
Wood'nt you know it
Partridge, Adrin
French apple pie
Partridge, Jenadee
Texas sheet cake brownies
Stratton, Hunter
Computer Program
Turner, KateLynn
Wagner, Elisabeth

Tractor Supply Paper Clover Campaign

Have you heard about the great support we receive from Tractor Supply?! 

In April 2015, our local Tractor Supply raised $1,766.00 by selling paper clovers in support of 4-H.  Of those funds, $1,148.00 came right back to our Sevier County 4-H Program and will be invested in our youth and programs in the coming year.

Tractor Supply will be hosting another Paper Clover Campaign October 7-18th in their Richfield store and 65% of all funds raised will stay right here in Sevier County. 

Don't forget to buy your paper clover and support Sevier County 4-H!

FREE 4-H enrollment

4-H enrollment fees WAIVED thru October 31st!

The Sevier County 4-H program is excited to announce that all youth who are new or who are re-enrolling in 4-H will not have to pay the $5 enrollment fee if they enroll/re-enroll prior to October 31st, 2015.

What are the benefits to enrolling, anyway?

New this year!  Monthly dinner/family night activity with free food and activities open exclusively to enrolled 4-H families.

Access to free curriculum and project kits to help you learn about the project of your choice.  Check out a tote and explore all the 4-H has to offer.

Access to 4-H events and activities like Fab Friday, teen council, camps, clubs, out of county trips and so much more!

Accident insurance coverage for all 4-H youth during 4-H sponsored events/activities.

You become part of THE #1 worldwide youth development organization!

Don't delay! Enroll today!  CLICK HERE 

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Future of 4-H Video Contest Rules


Dear Future Utah 4-Her,

What do YOU want 4-H to look like? With a futuristic Leadermete just around the corner, we want to know what you hope to see in Utah 4-H.

Want more camps? More field trips? New kinds of clubs? Different service projects? Show us in a fast and fun video.

And guess what? There are prizes!

Official Rules
Please read all rules carefully before submitting an entry.
1. Eligibility
            Participation is only open to Utah 4-H members (between the ages of 5-18) as of October 1, 2015. Entrants may be individuals or groups, but there is only one prize per winning entry. By entering and participating in the Contest, you agree to be bound by these Official Rules and represent that you satisfy all of the eligibility requirements of said rules.
2. Contest Deadline
            All entries must be submitted by March 31, 2016. Note that all entries become the sole and exclusive property of the Sponsor.
3. How to Enter
            Eligible participants will design and create a video (90 seconds max.) which describes the future of Utah 4-H. This video will be uploaded to YouTube (unlisted), and entrants must send the YouTube web address of that video to seviercounty4-H@usu.edu. The email will include the first and last names, ages, and county of all Entrants. The Sponsor is not responsible for late, illegible, incomplete, invalid, unintelligible, misdirected, technically corrupted, or garbled entries.
4. Judging
             A panel of judges will identify the top three submissions and move them into a final round, where the public will take two weeks to vote for the video(s) they like best. There will be first, second, and third prize winners by the end of the final round. In the case of a tie, the final winner will be determined by a drawing. By entering the contest, Entrants fully and unconditionally agree to be bound by these Official Rules and the decisions of the Sponsor, which will be final and binding in all matters related to the Contest.
5. Notification
            The winner will be notified by email to the email address provided in the entry and may be required to sign and return an Affidavit of Eligibility and a Media and Information Release within seven (7) days after prize notification. The winner will also be required to provide a valid US mailing address to which the prize will be delivered. If the winner cannot be contacted, or if any prize is returned as un-deliverable, or in the event of noncompliance with these Official Rules, including eligibility, the prize will be forfeited and awarded to the next alternate winner previously drawn. Upon prize forfeiture, no compensation will be given to the first person selected.
6. Prizes
            Thanks to an anonymous donor, the first place prize is a $50 Walmart Gift Card. The second place prize is a $25 Walmart Gift Card. The third place prize is a $10 Walmart Gift Card.
7. License/Usage
            By entering, Entrants agree to the use of their names, likenesses, biographical info and/or statements for purposes of advertising, trade, or promotion without further compensation.
8. Additional Terms
            Sponsor reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to disqualify any individual it finds to be tampering with the entry process or the operation of the web site. Sponsor may prohibit an entrant from participating in the Contest or winning a prize if, in its sole discretion, it determines that said Entrant is attempting to undermine the legitimate operation of the Contest by cheating, hacking, deception, or other unfair playing practices (including the use of automated quick entry programs) or intending to annoy, abuse, threaten or harass any other Entrants or Sponsor representatives.
9. Sponsor
            Sevier County 4-H, 250 N Main St. Richfield, UT 84701.
Although advertising and submission may involve social media and external websites, Sevier County 4-H notes that this contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with, YouTube nor Facebook.

STEM Grant Opportunity

The STEM Action Center wants to help you attend more fairs, more camps and way more competitions. Find out more HERE.

Beginning October 2nd, they invite youth in grades K-12 to apply for up to $500 for individuals and up to $1500 for teams that want to participate in Utah events related to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

This past summer, some youth in Sevier County used these funds to attend 4-H Sci-Fi Camp. Other youth have used these grants to participate in robotics tournaments and science fairs.

Looking for something to apply for?
Check out:
We wish you good luck on applying and look forward to hearing your incredible STEM success stories.
Thanks STEM Action Center!

LEGO Season Update

Over 200 teams across Utah have registered to compete in this season’s FIRST LEGO League. That includes 2 brave teams from Sevier County who will be competing in January 2016. One of those teams will be representing us this year!

To help support them, Sevier County 4-H will be hosting a tournament at the Fairgrounds on January 9, 2016. This cannot happen without amazing volunteers like YOU.

A successful qualifying tournament requires wonderful people who are willing to support the hard work of the youth involved. These teams of youth practice all season (May to January) to compete on tournament day.

So, how can you help?
We are currently looking for teen and adult volunteers who can fill important tournament roles.

Judge Assistant
Responsible for keeping judging sessions on schedule, keeping waiting teams quiet, assuring teams are sent to correct judging location, and helping to prepare and break-down judging rooms.

Help capture the moment!  Work with tournament leadership to develop a shot sheet.

Observes team robot game matches, identifies rule violations, assesses field for scoring of matches, and participates in deliberations regarding contested calls and official scores.  Position works under the direction of the Head Referee.  Requires advance training and intimate knowledge of current Robot Challenge Game rules.

Assists with FLL Team Registration.  Position provides direction, assistance, and information to FLL coaches and other adults accompanying teams and distributes materials.

These are just a few examples of ways you can help. Find out other ways to help HERE. Ready to volunteer? Register HERE to help make this an amazing experience for the participating teams.

Contact Aris at aris.biederman@usu.edu or at 435-893-0470.

Mad Scientist Party - Update

Everyone’s invited to a whacky 4-H Mad Scientist Party on Friday, October 9th!

And it’s FREE. But we’d like to bring enough snacks, so please RSVP at www.madscienceparty.eventbrite.com

What’s new?
Cloverbuds (grades K-2) will enjoy fun activities that combine science and art.
Our special guests from the Richfield Public Library will be making hovercrafts.
We will have a snack-tacular experiment and you may never look at soda the same way again.
Our special guests from the Health Department will wow you with some mad science food concoctions.
And you won’t want to miss the crazy demos we have in store.

What are you waiting for?
Sign up at www.madscienceparty.eventbrite.com

3 Reasons You Should Attend Leadermete

Something’s coming you won’t want to miss. It’s (drum roll please)… Leadermete!

What is Leadermete?
Leadermete is a 3-day educational 4-H conference for high school aged youth, adult leaders, and volunteers, though anyone is welcome to attend.

So, why should you attend?
3. It’s close to home!
This time, Leadermete will be held in Sevier County on April 7-9, 2016, which is kind of a big deal. Leadermete is usually held all across Utah, even last year took quite a drive to the Salt Lake area to participate, but this year, we are bringing Leadermete right to your doorstep.

That means you don’t have to travel hundreds of miles to participate. Leadermete is coming to you!
2. It’s tons of fun!
This 3-day extravaganza is packed with delicious food, prizes, and entertainment. That’s right, we feed you, we reward you, and we invite you to a party.

Last year, we had a fancy banquet while being entertained by a silly team of comedians. This year? Well, we’ll keep you guessing for a little longer, but you can check out last year’s entertainment at www.4-hleadermete.com
1. There’s something for everyone!
Leadermete is best known for the amazing variety of workshops offered. For teens, there is a complete track of activities, including a teens-only dance. For adults, the possibilities are endless.
In the past, classes offered have included container gardening, solar cooking, genealogy projects, hands-on electronics, sewing and no-sew crafts, yoga, herbal remedies, and much MUCH more! Check out the Leadermete Facebook page HERE for more examples from last year.

Want to know more about Leadermete?
We are currently searching for cool class opportunities for Leadermete. If you’d like to be updated on what’s coming next to Leadermete and on how you can register for the event, go to the website and sign up for our mailing list or like the Facebook page.
We look forward to seeing you at Leadermete!

The Little Sugar Bean Club

Back by popular request, Christine Pinder will be leading a monthly cooking club at Sugar Bean Bakery. Sign up HERE.

Youth in grades 4-8 are invited to participate. For this first club meeting, youth will learn about using a whisk, creating edibles such as whipping cream and sponge cake.

The first class costs $15 and includes an apron with the youth's name on it, a recipe booklet, the tool-of-the-month, and all materials necessary to complete the activity.

Classes that follow the first meeting will be at a lower cost to cover cooking materials and will include a new skill, recipe booklet, and tool-of-the-month. Sign up today for the first class as spots are limited.

Monday, September 28, 2015

Website Makeover Ahead

website screenshot
It’s makeover time!

The 4-H website is due for a few updates. Please help us improve the website by taking a quick survey HERE.

Your responses will help us help you find the info you need faster and easier.
Did you know?
  • 4-H has FREE activity booklets available for you to download.
  • The 4-H mall is a great resource for clubs where you can purchase 4-H memorabilia and additional club materials.
  • 4-H participants may qualify for scholarships.
  • Our events happen because of amazing volunteers like you, and becoming a volunteer is easy and FREE.
We want you to get the most out of your 4-H experiences, so please take the quick survey to let us know how we can better inform you through our website. Thanks!

Friday, July 31, 2015

What's the difference between 4-H and Open Class, anyway?

Sometimes we get the question: what's the difference between a 4-H exhibit and and open class exhibit? 

The difference is the process...in a 4-H class or club youth learn so many other skills than just the tasks necessary to finish that project. 

For example, we'll likely have some cooking, art, and crafts in the fair. The youth that exhibit those projects likely 
met with several peers 
a few different times; they probably had to 
talk in front of a group
or work together in teams
There were likely frustrations or 
problem solving 
they had to do and a 
caring adult volunteer 
or teen mentor 
may have helped them learn tips and tricks or new skills. 

Thinking about the livestock projects being prepared, there were lots of 
early mornings,
stinky boots,
 and dirty clothes 
going back as far as January or February with a steer calf, lamb, pig, or goat halter breaking, exercising, training for the show ring. 

These youth have practiced 
personal responsibility 
and, depending on how well they have prepared, they may or may not also get a hard lesson in 
personal accountability
from the judge. The time for preparation has definitely passed. And even that teaches life skills.

So, what is the difference between 4-H and Open class?  When you see an exhibit with a 4-H tag or a young person with a 4-H patch on their arm, just know that there were hours invested and not just in the project, but in the life of that young person. Invested for what?  A blue ribbon at the county fair?  Not hardly - the skills and experience gained in 4-H have the power to carry young people through life in a positive way and long after ribbons and awards fade away. And that makes all the difference.

Hope to see you at the Sevier County Fair, August 5-8, 2015!

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Fair time is fast approaching! Pre-Register your exhibits TODAY!

Time for cotton candy, corn dogs and blue ribbons!
The Sevier County Fair will be here soon enough...FIRST we need you to pre-register your exhibits!

All NON-LIVESTOCK exhibits need to be pre-registered 
by Sunday, August 2nd at 11:59 p.m.  
Don't fret - we're here to help!  A open house and ice cream party will be held Wednesday, July 29th from 10-12 at the Monroe Community Center 
-OR- you can come into the office any time between now and Friday at 5 p.m. 
-OR- email Rebecca over the weekend for help.

All NON-LIVESTOCK exhibits need to be delivered to the Sevier County Fairgrounds between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Monday, August 3rd.  
Food exhibits are allowed to be brought in Tuesday morning from 8-9 but all other exhibits need to be in on Monday. If, for some reason, you are unable to get your child's exhibits to the Fair on Monday, please contact the Extension office before 5 p.m. on Friday.  Again, we are here to help!

Here's how you enter:
For families who had youth attend Fab Fridays, summer clubs, after school clubs, or science camp please complete this survey for each of your youth who attended:

For ALL OTHER NON-LIVESTOCK EXHIBITS: please follow these log-in instructions below to complete you child's exhibit pre-registration. 

This process will take you only a few minutes but please call (893-0470) if we can assist you.  See you at the Fair!

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: