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!
4-H Countywide Events
Information will be posted as it is received - See calendar above for event dates
Open House; October 12, 2019, 8-11am at Tractor Supply Co. in Red Bluff
We will be selling breakfast burritos for $6 and having information booth about 4-H, along with promoting the Paper Clover Campaign.
2018-2019 County Record Book Evaluation; October 26, 2019 Corning High School
This event is for all Junior, Intermediate, and Senior youth members who completed a book for the 2018-19 4-H Program year. All members must register online by October 18 (see below) and have their books brought to the Corning High School Library by 9AM on October 26. Questions? Contact host Cindy Dixon at 209-1576
Register your books here (before October 18):
County Record Book Evaluation
Club Leadership Training; November 6, 2019, 6:30PM at Tehama County Department of Education, 1135 Lincoln Street in Red Bluff - this event is November 6th, not the 7th as previously posted
Anyone who is an officer or has interest in being an officer in the future is encouraged to come.
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.
County Event and Fun Night Duties 2019 2020 Be sure to help your club meet and exceed their assignments!
Tehama County 4-H Calendar
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.
4-H Fashion Revue Awards 2019
Co Presentation Day 2019 Results
Fur and Feathers 4-H Fair Results 2019
Showmanship Expo Results 2019
Livestock Judging Day Results 2019
Life Skills Judging Results 2019
Favorite Foods Day Results 2019