2018 4-H Achievement Day Awards

Congratulations to Coalter Littrell for being awarded the 2017-2018 Glacier County Outstanding 4-H Member of the Year! Congratulations also to Jay and Barb Aspevig for being named the Outstanding Volunteers of the year! If you would like to view a complete list of awards and certificates please click here to view the Achievement Day Program.

Coalter with Buckle      Jay and Barb Aspevig      Achievement Day Group Photo

2018 - 2019 4-H Enrollment - 

If you are interested in joining 4-H, please stop by the Extension Office and pick up a copy of the Clover. We are happy to help you sign up! 

Project Age Requirements
**You must meet the minimum required age by October 1, 2018 in order to enroll in each project.**
     Cloverbuds - 5 years old
     Regular 4-H - 8 years old
     Shooting Sports - 9 years old
     Market Beef & Beef Breeding - 10 years old
     Teen Leadership - 13 years old
     Ambassador - 14 years old
     Colt to Maturity - 11 years old and have completed Horsemanship Levels 1, 2, and 3

Re-Enrollment Instructions:
Go to https://mt.4honline.com. After signing in with your email address and password, you can select the re-enroll option. You will be able to make any corrections, additions and sign up for your projects for the year. A detailed tutorial on how to re-enroll in 4H Online is available here or in our office.

Most forms can be completed online during the registration process. However, we will still need hard copies of some forms that require a signature, these must be submitted to the Extension Office in paper form. Most of these forms are available at montana4h.org/resources/index.html or please feel free to stop by the Extension Office and pick them up. To complete registration in Shooting Sports you do need to fill out the required forms, also available at the Extension Office.

If you did not enter your own information last year or can not remember your password, you can still access your account by filling in your email address and selecting that you forgot your password. Your email and password will be the same ones you used to register for fair.

Check your project level.
As you re-enroll, be sure to check that you are enrolled in the appropriate level (example: Swine, Level 1 vs. Level 2 vs. Level 3.) Each level should take a maximum of three years. Remember, you need to be able to complete 7 activities in the project book each year, so if there are less than 7 activities left in the project book, the member should move up to the next level. If you are unsure, please ask a leader or the Extension Office for help.

4-H Shooting Sports - 

Members must enroll by November 2 to participate. 

Shooting Sports Family Orientation will be held on October 30, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Cut Bank Community Bible Church Southeast Campus at 106 6th Ave SE, Cut Bank, MT (This is the location of the 4-H Shooting Sports Range where practices are held). Shooting Sports Members and at least 1 parent must attend the orientation.

Shooting Sports Fees:
Member Dues:
Archery - $15
Air Rifle - $15
Range Fee (archery and/or rifle) - $15
Shotgun - Fees will be set in the Spring

2018 - 2019 Practice Schedule:
**Each practice session will be limited to 10 members per session**
Archery - Sunday & Thursday from 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Rifle - Sunday & Tuesday from 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Shotgun - Schedule will be set in the Spring

  4-H Grows Here Logo

4-H Calendar of Events

October
1 - New 4-H Year
2 - Curry Comb Meeting 6:30 p.m. Glacier County Annex
7 - 13 - National 4-H Week
8 - Office Closed, Columbus Day
10 - Wear 4-H Shirts to School
22 - Longview Club Meeting 7:00 p.m. Glacier County Annex
29 - Cloverbuds Meeting 3:30 - 5 p.m. Glacier County Library
30 - Shooting Sports Family Orientation 7:00 p.m. Cut Bank Community
       Bible Church Southeast Campus
 
November
10 - Holiday Bazaar 4-H Cheesecake Booth

Newsletters

Please see the current newsletter for upcoming events and 4-H information.

October - Club ideas and meetings, Butter Braids, Cheesecake Booth, etc.
September - Enrollment, Record Books, Achievement Day, Leadership Forum, Etc.
August
- 2018 Fair recap, carcass contests, record books, round table, and awards
July
- Marias Fair updates, clean-up day, food safety, etc.
June
- Marias Fair updates, 4-H Camp, Workshops, etc.
May - Multi-County cap information, Horse and Livestock camp, etc.
April
- Communications Day, Fair deadlines, etc.
March - Swine workshop, Archery 3-D shoot, etc. 
February
- Marias Fair Archery results, Soup and Bread report, etc.
January
- Project Day pictures, Shooting Sports tournaments, Soup & Bread, etc.
December
- New Family Orientation information, Project Day, etc.
November
- Butter Braid delivery, Holiday Bazaar, Beef Weigh-In, etc.

 
Criteria for a Complete Record Book
Please be sure to review the criteria for a complete record book before turning in your book.