Volunteer

Thank You!
As our staff in the office are preparing for the 2017 Emmet County Fair and all of the other events for summer, we are reminded again that without our volunteers, these events simply wouldn’t take place! We are looking forward to the upcoming Clover Knowledge Escapade and Sheep/Meat Goat Weigh In. These are a few examples of events that could not happen without great groups of volunteers being there to make sure things run smoothly and get done correctly. Let us not forget our great 4-H club and project group leaders—without the endless hours they volunteer to organize the 4-H clubs and groups in our county, there would be no 4-H program. Then, we think of the great High School and Junior High aged youth who volunteer with so many programs that Extension does! We couldn’t do it without you all!!
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!
 
4-H VOLUNTEERS - Interested in becoing a 4-H volunteer?
We need to meet our potential volunteers before we can send them out to serve the youth in Emmet County.  You will need to schedule a time to come and meet with our 4-H staff at the Extension Office.  At this meeting we will answer all of your questions, provide you with the necessary materials to do your job, and acquaint you with our office.  Our Coordinator is just a phone call or e-mail away.
 
Watch the VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION VIDEOS
 
Review Risk Management Page
 
Register today, they are offering NEW LEADER TRAINING at these locations.

County 4-H News

April 11, 2017

4-H shirts are now available to order! This is the one and only time we will order this year and before fair. Orders and payments are due Wednesday, April 26th by 4:30 pm to the Extension Office.

March 9, 2017

The 2017 Emmet County Fair Book is NOW available.

February 22, 2017

The 2017 4-H Clover Knowledge Escapade is Sunday, April 2 at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Estherville. It will start at 2:00 pm with Extemporaneous Speaking and end at 5:00 pm. Entry forms need to be turned into the Extension Office by March 23rd.

February 21, 2017

In today's world, food safety is one of animal producers' biggest responsibilities.  With over 15,000 Iowa 4-H'ers enrolled in livestock projects, about 17 million pounds of meat is produced each year. The goal of the FSQA program is to help youth and their parents better understand what they can do to produce the safest food possible.

February 3, 2017

Any corrections we recive on recipies submitted for the Centennial Cookbook will be listed here. 

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