4-H Youth Development Program
Favorite Foods Day
This event includes planning a menu with your favorite food as an item, selecting a theme with a table setting for one, preparing your favorite food at home and bringing it to the event!
When: Saturday January 13th, 2024
Where: Paskenta Community Hall,
13140 Toomes Camp Rd, Paskenta, CA 96074
Time: Entries due by Friday January 5, 2024 at 5:00pm
Check in– 9:00am
Judging begins– 10:00am
To enter: 2024 Favorite Foods Day
Life Skills Judging Day
Life Skills Judging Day is a morning of fun and friendly competition for all levels of 4-H members; Junior, Intermediate, and Senior members compete for awards, while Primary Members will receive a special participation award. Members will be evaluated based on their judging and oral reasoning skills. This is a chance to learn foundation of judging. Examples of past classes of judging have included cooking, woodworking, safety, outdoor adventures, nutrition & home economics.
Come try out your skills and have fun connecting with other 4-Hers. Register at the door on December 17th at 9 AM.
This event runs at the same time and location as Favorite Foods Day. Those participating in Favorite Foods Day will be given time to go through the Life skills Judging stations when not presenting their food.
Presentation Day 2024
Presentation Day will be here before we know it! January 27th at Lassen View School in Dairyville! Start creating and practicing your presentations now. Remember you can do two different presentations at presentation day. Get some friends together and do a skit. Or work together with a partner on a demonstration or an illustrated talk. For more information about the different presentations available and the scoring criteria for each skim through the presentation manual:
The entry form for presentation day is now available! Scan the QR cod or check Tehama County 4-H webpage for more details. Entries will close on January 19th 2024 @ 5pm. (Entries are time stamped— late entries will not be accepted!) If you do not have internet access and need to “phone-in” your entry call Jessica at the office 530-527-3101 or Anne Junge at 530-592-7887.
Tehama County 4-H Calendar
|Wakmatsu Farm - K-8 Workshop||1/9/2024|
|SCOE - Growing Up Wild||1/27/2024|
|SCOE - Getting Little Feet Wet||3/16/2024|
|El Dorado Forestry Institute for Teachers||6/16/2024|
|Tuolumne Forestry Institute for Teachers||6/23/2024|
|Shasta Forestry Institute for Teachers||6/30/2024|
|Humboldt Forestry Institute for Teachers||7/14/2024|
4-H Enrollment is now open...be sure to "Enroll" or "Re-Enroll" today!!
ZSuite is our new online registration program.
If you are a NEW 4-H member or volunteer this year, click on the help sheet below to find information on how to proceed with setting up your registration in ZSuite.
Anyone who is a RETURNING 4-H member or volunteer anytime in the past 5 years (2019-2020 through 2022-2023) have had their data rolled over into ZSuite. The new program uses the email address you used for registration in 4-H Online but requires that you set up a new password. Click on the help sheet below to find information on how to proceed with signing in to ZSuite.
New or Returning - Member & Volunteer Enrollment Tip Sheet
For more information call the 4-H Office at 530 527-3101
Head, Heart, Hands, Health. Growing Youth who Thrive.
Learn by doing activities, youth-adult partnerships, and research-based educational programs help young people enhance their leadership abilities and develop a wide range of other life skills.
WHY? Leadership/citizenship development; life skills education; strengthening youth-families-communities; advancing the field of youth development.
HOW? experiential education ("learn by doing"); bridging research and practice; building partnerships for programming and funding; cross-age learning and teaching; youth-adult partnerships.
WHERE? Community clubs; special interest projects and programs; camp experiences; distance learning.