BLUE RIBBON PROJECT CONTEST – Compeer Financial knows how much you love your fair. That is why they are proud to continue the Blue Ribbon Project contest. To recognize 4-H and FFA members who have been working hard all year on their projects. Submit a picture of your project (any project you are working on this year) and a brief desctiption of how your project campions rural America. Monetary prizes will be awarded and the first 1000 entries will receive a free t-shirt! Visit compeer.com/BlueRibbon to learn more including submission details, rules and prizes. THANK YOU COMPEER for your continued huge support of 4-H!
The Wisconsin 4-H Projects Websites offer many resources (project guides and activity plans) for more than just the projects listed below. Please see the state website (https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/wi4hprojects/) for more information!
For the 4-H Project Guide used at time of Enrollment (in the fall), see the 4-H Online Enrollment Page – and look under “Project Guides”
- The Cat Show at the Pierce County Fair is normally the Friday before the Fair. Sign up for the Cat Project in fall when you enroll.
- Cat Pre-Check Form – Must be signed by vet THREE DAYS OR LESS BEFORE FAIR (bring it to fair with you)
Don’t forget to bring your yellow signature card to your practice to be signed. REMEMBER, it is your responsibility to get ALL the signatures needed to show at the fair. DO NOT LOSE YOUR CARD. If you have any questions or concerns, please email the Horse Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org
Winter Round-up is a Mandatory Meeting for all Pierce County 4-H Horse Families – if you did not attend, you MUST call the UW-Extension Office (715-273-6781) to arrange to come in and watch the video (approximately an hour of time is needed). Our office hours are 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.
The Winter Round Up is typically scheduled for February of each year – more information will be provided after Fall 4-H Project Enrollment is completed and the Round Up is scheduled.
Questions, use the Pierce County 4-H Horse Committee E-mail: email@example.com
- The dog project is entirely volunteer, run by parents and the dog committee. Both parents and members are encouraged to volunteer if they would like to have input and assist in the dog project. Members of all ages are welcome, but must be 15 years of age or older to be able to vote. The committee typically only meets 2-3 times a year. If you are interested in joining the Dog Committee but cannot make it to the meeting or have any questions, please email Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org so you are added to the committee email list.
- Dog Project Orientation is Mandatory for all 4-H Dog Project Members and is typically scheduled in the Spring of each year. More information will be provided to project members once Fall 4-H Project Enrollment is completed and the Orientation is scheduled.
Check out the WI State 4-H website for more information and activity plans: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/wi4hprojects/younger-members/cloverbuds/
The 4-H Cloverbud project is designed specifically for children in grades Kindergarten through 2nd grade. 4-H Cloverbud programs are developmentally appropriate, activity-focused and built on cooperative learning. The primary difference between a 4-H Cloverbud activity and a 4-H Project area is that the member engages in varied activities with focus on developing a specific skill or concept utilized in completing the activity, rather than focusing on a long-term planned course of study in a specific subject area.
Participation, safety, personal development, learning and fun are the highest priorities for the Cloverbud project.
Check out the WI State 4-H website for more information: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/wi4hprojects/younger-members/exploring/
The 4-H Explorer project is designed for younger members either in 3rd grade or 4th grade if it is their first year in 4-H and weren’t in 4-H during 3rd grade.
See the Livestock Page
See the Robotics Page