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4-H Clubs, Councils, & Teams   Arrow divider image - marks separation between nested pages that are listed as breadcrumbs.

General Club Information:

*Contact your local club leader or the Extension office for questions or event information.

Heartland

Heartland 4-H Club

Club Leader: Renae Saffer

Contact Information:
719-768-3262 (Home)
trsaffer@hotmail.com

Club Information:

  • Meets in Arriba

Club News & Meeting Information: 

Club Meeting Dates 2019 *Subject to Changes

Club Meeting Minutes:

Club Bylaws & Requirements:

 

Club Donation Information:
*Tax deductible contributions can be made to 4-H Clubs. Please contact your tax adviser for complete information. Heartland 4-H Club W-9 & EIN Information.

Karval

Karval 4-H Club

Club Leader: Nikki Reid

Contact Information:
719-446-5498 (Home)
cnreid@coairnet.com

Club Information:

  • Meets in Karval

Club News & Meeting Information:

Karval Club Meeting Dates 2019 *Subject to Change

Club Meeting Minutes:

Club Bylaws & Requirements:

Club Donation Information:
*Tax deductible contributions can be made to 4-H Clubs. Please contact your tax adviser for complete information. Karval 4-H Club W-9 & EIN Information.

Kountry Kids

Kountry Kids 4-H Club

Club Leader: Wendy Simmons

Contact Information:
719-743-2196 (Home)
twsimmons@esrta.com

Club Information:

  • Meets at the Genoa-Hugo School in Hugo, CO.

Club News & Meeting Information:

Club Meeting Minutes:

Club Bylaws & Requirements:

Club Donation Information:
*Tax deductible contributions can be made to 4-H Clubs. Please contact your tax adviser for complete information. Kountry Kids 4-H Club W-9 & EIN Information.

Rocking

Rocking 4-H Club

Club Leader: Jodi & Tim Hilferty

Contact Information:
719-775-9538 (Home)
tjhilf@hotmail.com

Club Information:

  • Meets in Limon, CO.

Club News & Meeting Information:

Club Meeting Minutes:

Club Bylaws & Requirements:

Club Donation Information:
*Tax deductible contributions can be made to 4-H Clubs. Please contact your tax adviser for complete information. Rocking 4-H Club W-9 & EIN Information.

 

Walk's Camp

Walk’s Camp 4-H Club

Club Leader: Cheryl Thompson & Gary Beedy

Contact Information:
719-763-2019 (Home)
thompsonc@limonbadgers.com

Club Information:

  • Meets North of Limon, CO.

Club News & Meeting Information:

Club Meeting Minutes:

Club Bylaws & Requirements:

Club Donation Information:
*Tax deductible contributions can be made to 4-H Clubs. Please contact your tax adviser for complete information. Walk’s Camp 4-H Club W-9 & EIN Information.

County Council

County Council

County Council consists of two member representatives from each club and the election of a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and two senators. They work to provide support for county 4-H events and activities.  Clubs vote on new council representatives in the fall and and they serve on the council on an annual basis. A representative must serve on the council at least one year before they can be appointed as an officer.  Senators are elected to a two year staggering term. They additionally support the county and council by attending any necessary District and State Senate meetings.

Council Schedule of Activities & Member Listing:

Yearly County Council Events *Subject to Change

Council Information & Requirements:

Council Description & Expectations

County Council Responsibilities & Position Descriptions

Council Bylaws: 

County Council Bylaws

Council Donation Information:
*Contributions can be made to the 4-H County Council or 4-H Foundation. Contact the office for more information Lincoln County Extension W-9 (Non-Appropriated). Always consult your tax adviser for complete information regarding donations.

Judging Teams

Judging Teams

Livestock Judging:

Livestock judging members practice and compete at contests throughout the spring each year to physically evaluate livestock species and then provide a set of oral reasons as to the placing of each animal in it’s class. Seniors who are eligible can compete at the State 4-H Conference Livestock Judging Contest in June each year.  For more information, please contact the Livestock Judging Coach Travis Taylor at the Extension Office.

Benefits of Livestock Judging:

  • Develop your decision making and public speaking skills.
  • Meet and interact with kids and judges from all over the state.
  • Opportunities to attend State and National Events.
  • Opportunities to apply for scholarships or judge at the collegiate level.

2019 Livestock Judging Schedule

*Schedule Subject to Changes

January 19-Practice 9:00am to 1:00pm at the Lincoln County Extension Office
February 2- Practice 9:00- @ Location TBD
Contest Dates:
March 23-Brush Livestock Field Day
March 30-Adams Livestock Judge Contest (Brighton)
April 6-Lincoln/Otero Livestock Judge Contest (Rocky Ford)
April 13-Weld County Livestock Judge Contest (Greeley)
April 27-Logan County Livestock Judge Contest (Sterling)
May 5-Elbert County Livestock Judge Contest (Kiowa)
May 11-Route County Livestock Judge Contest (Steamboat)
May 17/18-Tri-River/Gunnison Livestock Judge Contests (Montrose/Gunnison)
June 18-20-State 4-H Livestock Judge Contest