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  • K - S T A T E R E S E A R C H

    A N D E X T E N S I O N

    H A S K E L L C O U N T Y

    Haskell County 4-H O C T O B E R 2 0 1 5 V O L U M E 1 5 , I S S U E 1 0

    I P L E D G E M Y

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    T Y M Y HANDS T O

    L A R G E R S E R V I C E

    A N D M Y HEALTH

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    M U N I T Y , M Y

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    Haskell County

    Extension Office

    503 S. Fairgrounds Rd

    PO Box 580

    Sublette, KS 67877

    620-675-2261

    620-675-8774 (fax)

    hs@listserv.ksu.edu

    Kristin Penner

    County Extension Agent

    4-H & FACS

    pennerkr@ksu.edu

    Lacey Noterman

    County Extension Agent

    4-H & ANR

    lnote@ksu.edu

    4-H Online Enrollment System

    Paper enrollment is a thing of the past.

    You will not be able to enroll until after

    October 1st. If you have any questions

    about this please contact the Extension

    office. NEW this year—your participa-

    tion form is now online. Please be sure

    to take time to complete this as well.

    Your leaders will have informational

    brochures available to be of assistance

    for the online process.

    National 4-H Week

    October 4-10 is celebrated as 4-H week

    across the nation. This is a great time to

    shine as a 4Her. Take the time to dis-

    play the accomplishments and

    knowledge you have gained through

    your membership in 4-H. Go out into

    the community and promote Haskell

    County 4-H!!!!

    Achievement Banquet

    The Haskell County 4-H Achievement Ban-

    quet will be held on Saturday, November

    14th at 6:30 p.m. at the Haskell County Com-

    mercial Building. 4Hers will be awarded for

    their accomplishments throughout the whole

    4-H year. 4-H families, leaders, volunteers,

    and extended family are invited to attend. A

    meal will be provided. Please contact your

    club leaders if you are willing to help provide

    what was assigned to your club. Please re-

    member this is a banquet and dress should

    be your Sunday best.

    4-H County-wide Project Leaders

    Do YOU have an interest or knowledge base

    in a particular project? Do YOU want to be-

    come more involved in your child’s learning

    and help other 4-Hers in the process? Haskell

    County 4-H is in desperate need of county-

    wide project leaders! Many project areas

    thrive under the leadership of an adult volun-

    teer and/or teen leader. 4-H’ers enrolled in

    projects that do not have a project leader are

    left to “self-teach” and “self-Study” that top-

    ic. Please consider serving in this vitally im-

    portant roll. Anyone wishing to do so must

    contact the Extension office to become VIP

    certified before holding project meetings.

  • Congratulations State Fair Exhibitors Participant Class Placing

    Kara Kunselman Clothing & Textiles Red

    Kara Kunselman Patchwork or Quilted Article Blue

    Mkeegan Hoeffner Non-Perishable Food Purple

    Bailey Briggs Non-Perishable Food Blue

    Carl Kunselman Non-Perishable Food Purple

    Kara Kunselman Non-Perishable Food Purple

    Katelynn Delaplane Non-Perishable Food Blue

    Sean Wagner Non-Perishable Food Red

    Ellie Bultena Non-Perishable Food Red

    Gage Nelson Non-Perishable Food White

    Brayleigh McGinley Non-Perishable Food Purple

    Elizabeth Horinek Non-Perishable Food Red

    Andrea Wagner Non-Perishable Food White

    Brandon Norman Non-Perishable Food Blue

    Katie Snovelle Color Photo Blue

    Brayleigh McGinley Color Photo Blue

    Jody Zimmerman Color Photo Red

    Carl Kunselman Color Photo Blue (Selected for KS 4-H Foundation)

    Scott Schneider Black & White Photo Blue

    Andrea Wagner Black & White Photo Blue

    Carl Kunselman Rocketry Red

    Luke Stalker Rocketry Red

    Ashley Kennedy Visual Art Participant

    Ainsley Horinek Medium Vegetable White

    Kara Kunselman Large Vegetable Red

    Carl Kunselman Large Vegetable Blue

    Katelynn Delaplane Large Vegetable Red

    Elizabeth Horinek Culinary Herbs Blue

    Ainsley Horinek Culinary Herbs Blue

    Hannah Horinek Culinary Herbs Blue

    P A G E 2

  • P A G E 3

    “To accomplish great things, we must not only

    act, but also dream, not only plan, but also

    believe.”

    —Anatole France

    Congratulations State Fair Exhibitors Participant Class Placing

    Katelynn Delaplane Garden Flower Blue

    Elizabeth Horinek Garden Flower Blue

    Ainsley Horinek Garden Flower White

    Kara Kunselman Garden Flower White

    Trenton Kennedy Class #14 Crossbred Market Steer 6th Place

    Alexa Brain Class #3 Duroc Market Hog 4th Place

    Alexa Brain Class #6 Hamp Market Hog 4th Place

    Alexa Brain Class #6 Crossbred Market Lamb 6th Place

    CeAnn Greeson Class #11 Crossbred Market Lamb 3rd Place

    Alexa Brain Class #13 Crossbred Market Lamb 8th Place

    Alexa Brain Class #16 Natural Market Lamb 4th Place

    CeAnn Greeson Class #26 Hamp Market Lamb 8th Place

    CeAnn Greeson Class #28 Hamp Market Lamb 5th Place

    Alexa Brain Class #9 Commercial Ewe Lamb 7th Place

    Laiten Greeson Class #4 Meat Goat 1st Place

    CeAnn Greeson Class #13 Meat Goat 2nd Place

    Laiten Greeson Class #16 Meat Goat 2nd Place

    Brayleigh McGinley Geldings Grand Champion

    Brayleigh McGinley Flag Race Participant

    Brayleigh McGinley Pole Bending 2nd Place

    Brayleigh McGinley Barrel Racing 2nd Place

    Elizabeth Horinek Senior Buck Blue (Best Opposite Breed)

    Elizabeth Horinek Senior Buck Purple

    Ainsley Horinek Senior Buck Red

    Chloe Shultz Senior Buck Blue

    Chloe Shultz Senior Buck Blue

    Chloe Shultz Senior Buck Purple

    Kara Kunselman Senior Doe Purple

    Elizabeth Horinek Senior Doe Blue

    Elizabeth Horinek Senior Doe Blue

    Elizabeth Horinek Senior Doe Blue

    Ainsley Horinek Senior Doe Red

  • P A G E 4

    Congratulations State Fair Exhibitors Participant Class Placing

    Ainsley Horinek Senior Doe Purple

    Kara Kunselman Junior Buck Blue

    Kara Kunselman Junior Buck Blue

    Ainsley Horinek Junior Buck Red

    Kara Kunselman Junior Doe Blue

    Ainsley Horinek Junior Doe White

    Chloe Shultz Junior Doe Blue

    Elizabeth Horinek Rabbit Showmanship Purple

    Chloe Shultz Rabbit Showmanship Red

    Kara Kunselman Rabbit Showmanship Grand Champion

    Ainsley Horinek Rabbit Showmanship Blue

    Hannah Horinek Rabbit Judging Contest Purple

    Elizabeth Horinek Rabbit Judging Contest Purple

    Chloe Shultz Rabbit Judging Contest Blue

    Ainsley Horinek Rabbit Judging Contest Blue

    Kara Kunselman Rabbit Judging Contest Blue

  • P A G E 5 V O L U M E 1 5 , I S S U E 1 0

    4-H Shooting Sports

    Young men and women, Shooting Sports practice begins Tuesday, October 20, 2015! In order to partici- pate in shooting sports you must have a current participation form on file in the Extension office. Practic- es will take place the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 5:30 p.m. for BB Gun and Air Rifle. Practice is held in the basement of the Extension Office. If you have any questions please call the Extension Office.

    2015 Citizenship Washington Focus Trip

    Mark your calendars now!!!! The dates for the 2015 Citizenship Washington Focus trip are . The cost for

    this year will be $1575. Deadline is January 15th. For more information and registration call the Extension

    Office or go to www.kansas4-h.org/p.aspx?tabid=456

    K-State, County Extension Councils, Extension Districts, and U.S. Department of Agriculture Cooperating.

    K-State Research and Extension is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

    48 Hours of 4-H for 2015

    According to the 4-H study of Positive Youth Development, 4-Hers are nearly 4 times more likely to make contributions to their communities. But just how much can they do? The Kansas 4-H Leadership Council is excited to host 48 Hours of 4-H again this year. It’s a weekend to plan some kind of service project to join with 4-H members, volunteers and alumni across the state to see how much service we can do! Your project may take 2 hours or 20. It does not matter. Mark your calendars now for October 10-11, 2015.

    On 48 Hours of 4-H webpage you will find the following:

    Information about the event

    A guide to plan a proje

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