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February 27, 2020

We have had a busy winter already in Morton County 4-H!  Congratulations to all the participants in Livestock Judging, Hippology and Archery!  We are very proud of you!

Some dates and happenings to make you aware of:

February 29:  Livestock Judging in Killdeer

March 1:  Leader Retreat has been cancelled as I have had no RSVP’s for the event.  We will have some training in Consumer Decision Making at the 4-H Council Meeting

March 3:  4-H Council Meeting, 7:00pm at the Morton County Courthouse

March 7 & 8:  State Livestock Judging, Fargo and State Livestock Quiz Bowl, Fargo

March 19:  Morton County Ag Day, Bismarck, Burleigh County 4-H Building

 

4-H Council meeting, Tuesday, March 3 at the Morton County Courthouse, we have some spring activities to discuss as well as some planning for the fair.  Enrollment lists for clubs will be handed out.  If you have anything you would like to discuss, please let me know and I can include it on the agenda.

 

Horse Stall Reservations will open on June 1

 

Inactive members/families need to be active in 4-H Online and projects chosen by May 1st – Active Club Members will be handed out at the 4-H Council Meeting on March 3.  All members need to be active in order to be integrated into the Fair Entry system for Achievement Days.

 

Fair Entry registration deadlines:  Open June 1st, Closed July 10th

 

Managing Control of Papers due into Extension office for Market Beef-March 15th, May 1st for all species but Dairy Cattle. Dairy Cattle is June 1st.

 

YQCA will be held April 20 at the Morton County Courthouse, May 11 at the Morton County Courthouse, May 3(tentative), June 14 in Flasher

 

North Dakota State Fair Foundation - Scholarships

The North Dakota State Fair Foundation understands the importance of agricultural experiences for our youth. The Foundation works to create multiple scholarships that are

given to students who are involved in community activities; who demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and character; and have exhibited in 4-H, FFA, or Open Class at the North Dakota State Fair.

There are four (4) or more $1,000 scholarships available to students who have participated in competitive experiences at the North Dakota State Fair and who plan on continuing their education at any 2 or 4 year post-secondary educational institution.

Students that apply and meet the basic scholarship requirements will be honored as the "2020 North Dakota State Fair Graduating Class" and will be invited to attend the Friends of the Fair Reception during the 2020 North Dakota State Fair. At that event, four or more scholarship winners will be drawn from the eligible candidates. Applicants must be present to win.

Scholarship application deadline is April 30, 2020. The 2020 Scholarship Application will be posted soon on the http://www.ndstatefairfoundation.com/scholarships website.

Good Luck to those participating in archery and livestock judging this weekend! 

Have a great week!  Karla Meikle

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