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Cloverpatch Submission Information

Cloverpatch Submission Information The Cloverpatch is your newsletter. To ensure that the Cloverpatch continues to contain interesting and timely information, please contribute information using the 4-H Information Submission Form on the Rock Co. Extension website. https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/4hrock/submit-information/ Please submit articles/information by Tues., Dec. 3 if you’d like to submit information for the January Cloverpatch.

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2020 Exhibitor Premium Book Now Available

Rock County 4-H Fair Premium Book is Online! The Rock County 4-H Fair posted this year’s Premium Book online today! It’s time to start thinking about fair entries! Download the PDF here https://www.rockcounty4hfair.com/p/exhibitors/premium-book

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Scholarship Updates

Please scroll to see a complete list of scholarship opportunities!! Wisconsin AGR http://www.wisconsinagr.com/scholarships Premier Insurance Solutions  https://premierinsurancesolutions.com/community-involvement/ Insightfs https://insightfs.com/Products-Services/Business-Center/Scholarship-Program Wisconsin Sheep Breeders Cooperative https://wisbc.com/scholarships.php Wisconsin Cattlemen https://www.wisconsincattlemen.com/resources/scholarships Farm First Dairy Cooperative http://www.farmfirstdairycooperative.com/member_services/scholarships.php National Dairy Shrine https://www.dairyshrine.org/youth/scholarship-applications.php The Insurance Center https://ticinsurance.com/scholarship2019/ WDPA https://www.wdpa.net/scholarship/ Compeer https://www.compeer.com/Home/Investing-in-Rural-Communities/Giving-Back/Scholarships/Scholarships

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Youth-Adult Partnership Spotlight-February

Head or Heart Head or Heart?  Both are components of the 4-H Essential Elements:  Belonging, Independence, Generosity and Mastery.  How do you choose when confronted with a challenge?  At the lowest point in my job search after returning from ten years in Guatemala, the most frustrating word I heard was “passion”, a professional buzz word […]

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WEB-SIGHT Contest Returns!

From Feb 1.-Feb 24., the office will once again be sponsoring the “WEB-SIGHT” Contest. To participate, find something new or changed on the Rock County 4-H Website https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/4hrock/.  If you’re not sure if it’s new, share something on the website you like or is useful. Go to the UW-Madison, Division of Extension Rock County Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/uwextrock/ Send […]

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La Prairie Club Updates & Happenings

La Prairie 4-H will be holding their club meeting on February 3, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. at La Prairie Grange Hall. Members are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items for donation. Club members and their families are invited to attend Club Ice Skating on Saturday, February 22, 2020 at 11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m. La Prairie 4-H […]

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Lima Club Updates & Happenings

In the last couple of months we appointed our new officers and the King and Queen. In November the members packed Thanksgiving baskets for the Whitewater Food Pantry and we also made Christmas cards for the Veterans at Fairhaven Nursing home. In December the club participated in the Whitewater Parade of Lights and Bell Rang […]

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Newark-Beloit Club Updates & Happenings

We will be hosting an Applebee’s Flapjack fundraiser on Saturday, February 22nd in Beloit. The fundraiser will be held from 8-10 am. If you would like to help support our club, tickets are $5 each and can be bought from any club members or contact newarkbeloit4h@gmail.com to get your tickets. In November, during our meeting […]

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Youth-Adult Partnership Spotlight-January

(re)Defining Leadership Ten years ago, when I had first started my position coaching staff in Guatemala, my boss expressed his frustration at how little the staff would share about what they did.  When I asked staff why they didn’t share more, their analysis was that they had little to talk about because the teachers they […]

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