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Lee County 4-H Exhibitor Information and Forms

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2018-2019 PROGRAM OF PLANNED EVENTS

  • Click here to download the 2018-2019 Program of Planned Events. This document was created to help our 4-H families plan and schedule for 4-H events for the entire year.

2018 FAIR INFORMATION

4-H Online

  • Click here for the Iowa 4-H Online website where you will enroll in 4-H and ID, verify, and enter all of your animals for county and state fair.
  • Livestock Identification in 4-H Online:

         Market Beef
         Market Sheep
         Market Swine
         All Other Animals

4-H Record Book Forms

Fair Follow-Up Meeting

4-H Annual Banquet Awards

Even though a new 4-H year is underway, we don’t want you to forget your success of last year. As a 4-H member there are opportunities for you to apply for Project Awards and Outstanding Project Awards. This year, the major awards (Danforth, Citizenship, Leadership, Outstanding Member) will be awarded based on the nominations of your club leaders.
 
In order to be considered to receive an award you must fill out your application completely. It is strongly encouraged that you include a written or typed summary of your project with the application. No one will be considered for an Outstanding Project Award without support materials. Your summary should include 1.)What did you do? 2.) What were your goals? 3.) What did you expect to learn? 4.) What did you learn? 5.) How can you apply what you learned? Lastly, if you kept records for your project (photos can be records) you should include them with your summary.
 
Lee County Special Awards Application
Alumni Award Application
Volunteer of the Year Award Application
Partner In 4-H Award Application
Friend of 4-H Award Application
Family of the Year Award Application
Lee County Community Service Award Application
Lee County Project Award Application
 
All award application deadlines will be October 1st by 4:30 PM. Awards Banquet is November 4th date and time yet TBA. If you have ideas or suggestions for banquet don’t hesitate to let us know!
 

National 4-H Week: October 8-12, 2019

Additional Resources

County 4-H News

cyday Friday Logo
September 11, 2018

Cyday Friday will be every Friday starting August 31st until the end of the football season. Lee County Extension is asking the community to show their support by posting pictures of their cyclone spirit on Facebook every Friday for a chance to win a cyclone prize!!

Young children are also being asked to enter our cyday Friday coloring contest for a chance to win prizes as well. 

August 22, 2018

The 2018 Lee County Fair Follow-Up Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, September 4th at 6:30 PM in the Lee County Extension Office. Everyone is welcome to attend. Suggestions and comments will be discussed at this meeting. Food will be provided. If you are not able to attend but want a topic to be discussed please fill out the Fair Evaluation form that was emailed to all members. You can also find a copy on the website at https://www.extension.iastate.edu/lee/page/member-info. If you have questions feel free to Whitney Weisinger at 319-835-5116 or weisinge@iastate.edu.

August 20, 2018

Chloe Hoenig of West Point, IA spent the last two weeks at the ninth annual United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) sponsored, AgDiscovery program hosted by Iowa State University (ISU) in Ames IA.  She was one of 16 high school students selected from 57 applicants from 12 different states and territories around the country who applied to the Iowa State University program.  Congratulations, Chloe!  Chloe will be a Junior at Fort Madison High School this coming school year and plans to attend Iowa State University’s Veterinarian Program after high school.  

4-H Seal
August 8, 2018

Are you a good leader, want to be a role model for other 4-Her's, want to help organize county wide events? Then come join our Teen County Council. We are looking for applicants.

June 7, 2018

This year Lee County is celebrating 100 years of organized county extension work. This long-established partnership with Iowa State University provides local citizens with access to education and university research.  ISU Extension and Outreach provides education and builds partnerships for a strong Iowa and a strong Lee County.

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