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WEB-SIGHT Contest

Let’s Kick Off National 4-H Week by exploring the remarkable experiences that 4-H offers adults & youth in Rock County!  One of the ways UW-Madison, Division of Extension Rock County is working to showcase stories and information is by redesigning the website.  From Oct. 14-Nov. 25, the office will be sponsoring a “WEB-SIGHT” Contest. To […]

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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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Youth-Adult Partnership Spotlight–November

How do you define “youth-adult partnership”?  It’s only two words after all, since the accepted rule is that compound words count as one.  Still, the space represented by the hyphen, in many ways, is the most difficult part.  “What does it mean?” we asked at the Adult 4-H Volunteer Annual Training.  To you?  To Rock […]

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Kids & Cows Family Day

There will be a Kids & Cows Family Day educational opportunity for Beef Project members on October, 12, 2019. For more information please see the Kids and Cows Agenda 2019 and Kids & Cows Flyer 2019.

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4-H Bonfire

Rock County 4-H members in grades 6-13 are invited to a bonfire at Gibbs Lake Park, 9103 West Gibbs Lake Rd., Edgerton, on Saturday, October 19, 2019 7:30-9:30 p.m. Come have fun and roast marshmallows with youth from all over the county! Make new friends to start off the new 4-H year! Register at http://tinyurl.com/y2gwtsbf […]

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Youth-Adult Partnership Spotlight–October

You may still be asking the question I asked myself my first day in this position.  How can I describe Positive Youth Development?   As an introduction, I prefer to answer this question as it relates to current and dreamed community youth development in Rock County.  As I drove from community partner interview to interview around […]

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October Cloverpatch 4-H Newsletter

Thank you, again, to all Rock County 4-H adult and youth who attended the Junior/Senior Council meeting in September.  It was exciting to both observe and be a part of such teamwork. A key point made at the September meeting was that communication is not a job for one individual, volunteer or staff, alone. For those of […]

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