January 18, 2014 The University of Idaho 4-H Youth Development program will host the third annual Livestock Skill-a-thon on January 18, 2014 at the Jerome County Fairgrounds. The goal of the contest is to provide youths with the chance to blend the knowledge and skills they've acquired in livestock judging, care and exhibition into a single activity. It also aims to recognize participants for their industry and instill ethical values, sportsmanship and product evaluation skills.
Completed registration forms & entry fees are due by December 20, 2013
to the Gooding County Extension Office
An entry fee of $20 per team member will be due with the team entry.
Come into the Bonneville County Extension Office for more information.
The Idaho 4-H Know Your Government Conference provides 4-H members in the 8th and 9th grades a state level opportunity of furthering the objectives of Community Pride. Delegates will participate in legislative or judicial workshops and:
Learn how the state government decision-making process works,
Learn how teens can participate politically to influence state government,
Learn how the state Judicial System works,
Learn what is involved in bringing a case to court,
Observe the legislative process in action,
Meet and share ideas with legislators, judges, and other elected officials,
Have breakfast with legislators and judges.
Action to improve communities requires knowledge of government and how it works.
Join 4-H'ers from across the state to see our government in action.
Call the office for an application--applications are due by December 20, 2013.