4-H News & Events
Tehama County 4-H EventsTehama County 4-H Leader's Council and 4-H Members make the countywide events a success! Following every event, members are allowed to evaluate each event at the next Leader's Council meeting.
Each club takes a role in holding each event as well, by assisting with planning, MCing, providing concessions, and clean-up; just to name a few. Be sure to ask you Club Leader how you can help!
Attending these events either as a committee member or participant teaches youth members valuable lessons as well as offering youth another outlet to showcase what they have been learning from their project leaders.
Remember to record your work in your 4-H Record Book!
LIVESTOCK JUDGING DAY; April 1, 2017, Tehama District Fairgrounds
All 4-H members, leaders and parents are invited to attend the annual Livestock Judging Day. The day begins with registration where participants are given a set of score sheets. On these sheets members note their results for the classes.
Divisions will be broken down by ages as of December 31 of the program year; Primary Members (5-8 years), Junior (9-10 years); Intermediate (11-13 years); Seniors (14 years & above) and Adults.
JUST IN: Classes to be judged will be Swine, Sheep, Cattle, Meat Goats, Dairy Goats, and Pygmy Goats.
No pre-registration required. Event begins at 9AM.
TEAM UP TO CLEAN UP by B.L.A.S.T. Team, 10AM - 2PM; Tehama County Animal Care Center at 1830 Walnut Street in Red Bluff
The B.L.A.S.T. Team is looking for a group of 4-H youth who are willing to help our community by cleaning up Tehama County Animal Care Center. 4-H members must be able to do some independent work around the shelter. Activities may include beautifying and cleaning up the play yards, weeding, removing debris, painting, revamping, and much more.
Providing Essentials for Tehama Shelter (P.E.T.S.) is also welcoming donations of the following items to complete the shelter to-do list: Plants and low-water and low-maintenance perennial flowers, Drip systems with automatic timers, Fence slats, Bark for play yards, Stone gravel, Pavers, Concrete work, Chain link fencing, Paint and brushes.
If you would like to join the team and give back to the homeless animals of our community, please RSVP to Dylan S at email@example.com so we can coordinate bringing supplies and donations. Please wear old clothes and close-toed shoes and bring gloves, rakes, and shovels.
4-H FASHION REVUE; April 29, 2017, Corning Union High School
All members are welcome to participate. Develop judgment and creativity in planning an attractive ensemble that expresses their individual lifestyle. Judging is based on appearance of the garment, how well it is made and on modeling ability. Many categories are available for members from making your garment to wearing your favorite outfit hanging in your closet.
Entries are due to the UCCE 4-H Office before 5PM on April 14
LIVESTOCK BREEDING & MARKET PROSPECT SHOW "Spring Spectacular"; May 6-7, 2017, Tehama District Fairgrounds, Red Bluff
Tehama County 4-H and FFA members are invited to participate in the "Spring Spectacular" livestock show. Species entered: Dairy Cattle, Swine, Beef, Meat Goats, Dairy Goats and Sheep. Primary members are welcome to participate in the Nigerian Dairy Goat class only.
Entries are due to the Tehama County UCCE 4-H Office before 5PM on April 28
4-H Event Rotation
Annually club leaders choose one event and one Fun Night duty for the program year. This is usually done at the June Leaders Council meeting. This way the work is evenly distributed to create successful events for the county.
Primary Event Chair
It is the responsibility of the Primary Chair/Club to insure the facility is reserved, event information is published in the In the Clover, complete event task sheet, find help (within and outside the club) to insure all job tasks for the event are assigned and accomplished, have a Club Representative at Leaders’ Council meetings to answer questions and update leaders about the event, have a Club Representative at the event as the “point person”, maintain good communication with the 4-H staff on the planning progress of the event, complete an event evaluation at the conclusion of the event.
Event & Fun Night Duties 2016 2017 Be sure to help your club meet and exceed their assignments!
Tehama County 4-H Calendar
|Youth Camp Planning Meeting||3/23/2017|
|Livestock Judging Day||4/1/2017|
|Youth Camp Planning Meeting||4/13/2017|
|4-H Fashion Revue||4/29/2017|
|Livestock Breeding & Market Prospect Show||5/6/2017|
After each countywide event, the results will be listed here in PDF format. Premium books are also listed for future reference; classes and information is subject to change. Please check back closer to the event for the current years information.
Fur and Feathers 4-H Fair results 2017
Life Skills Judging Day Results 2017
Livestock Breeding/Market Show Results 2016
Breeding Prospect Show Premimum Book 2016
Fashion Revue Results 2016
Fashion Revue Entry Packet 2016
Still Exhibits Fair Results 2016
Still Exhibit Premium Book 2016
Fur and Feathers Fair Results 2016
Fur and Feathers Premium Book 2016
Livestock Judging Day Results 2016
No Premium Book Available
North Sectional Pres Day Results 2016
County Presentation Day Results 2016
State 4-H Presentation Day manual followed, http://4h.ucanr.edu/4-H_Events/SFD/PD/
Favorite Foods Day Results 2016
Favorite Foods Day PREMIUM BOOK 2016
Life Skills Judging Day Results 2016
No Premium Book Available
County Record Book Results 2014-2015
State 4-H Record Book manual followed, http://4h.ucanr.edu/Resources/Members/RecordBook/RBResources/
4-H Newsletter "In the Clover"
4-H monthly newsletter for Tehama County families. Events, updates and information are included in each issue.