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Oregon State University/Crook County Extension Crook County 4-H Clover July 2018 | Volume 35| Issue 1 Follow on Instagram @crook4h Like us on Facebook Crook County 4-H Oregon Youth of the Month Emily was nominated “for helping bring our group together.” More from Emily... My name is Emily McDaniel and I have been in 4-H for eight years. Right now my only project is horse, but in the past I have also exhibited rabbit, dog, knitting, crocheting, sewing, and foods. I have two horses, a mare and her filly. And their names are Tootsie Roll and Remi. Tootsie Roll is a wild mustang from the Warm Springs reservation that I have gentled and trained. She is hands down the best horse I have ever owned. And her baby, Remi, was a total surprise and was born in February! I love 4-H because it has taught me to be responsible, organized, and confident. I have learned the importance of hard work and how to always look a challenge in the eyes and say, “Bring it on!” Volunteer of the Month Tana was nominate because “She is so thoughtful and always ready to lend a helping hand. She is always looking for ways to improve the experiences we offer youth through the 4-H program whether it is creating a scholarship program for youth to improve their projects, or finding ways to make the benefit auction more successful.” Thank you Tana! My name is Tana Sather and I have been the leader of Little Squirts 4-H club for the last 6 years. I never knew what a goat was until I met my husband when I was 15 years old. He was involved in goat 4-H for many years and I just followed along. I have been a part of a goat family for over 25 years now. I LOVE teaching and learning about goats and I even have a youth with sheep in my club even though I’m not as knowledgeable about that. My 4-H kids are the best, they make every day great!! I am also president of the 4-H Leaders Association and I work with the most dedicated people to make sure our 4-H youth have the best opportunities that we can give them. Come talk goat with me sometime or how we can make a positive difference in a youth’s life!

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Oregon State University/Crook County Extension

Crook County 4-H CloverJuly 2018 | Volume 35| Issue 1

Follow on Instagram@crook4h

Nominate a club, leader, youth and friend of 4-H in the office!Like us on FacebookCrook County 4-H Oregon

Youth of the MonthEmily was nominated “for helping bring our group together.”More from Emily...My name is Emily McDaniel and I have been in 4-H for eight years. Right now my only project is horse, but in the past I have also exhibited rabbit, dog, knitting, crocheting, sewing, and foods. I have two horses, a mare and her filly. And their names are Tootsie Roll and Remi. Tootsie Roll is a wild mustang from the Warm Springs reservation that I have gentled and trained. She is hands down the best horse I have ever owned. And her baby, Remi, was a total surprise and was born in February! I love 4-H because it has taught me to be responsible, organized, and confident. I have learned the importance of hard work and how to always look a challenge in the eyes and say, “Bring it on!”

Volunteer of the MonthTana was nominate because “She is so thoughtful and always ready to lend a helping hand. She is always looking for ways to improve the experiences we offer youth through the 4-H program whether it is creating a scholarship program for youth to improve their projects, or finding ways to make the benefit auction more successful.” Thank you Tana!My name is Tana Sather and I have been the leader of Little Squirts 4-H club for the last 6 years. I never knew what a goat was until I met my husband when I was 15 years old. He was involved in goat 4-H for many years and I just followed along. I have been a part of a goat family for over 25 years now. I LOVE teaching and learning about goats and I even have a youth with sheep in my club even though I’m not as knowledgeable about that. My 4-H kids are the best, they make every day great!! I am also president of the 4-H Leaders Association and I work with the most dedicated people to make sure our 4-H youth have the best opportunities that we can give them. Come talk goat with me sometime or how we can make a positive difference in a youth’s life!

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Starting July 9th, Dave White will serve as the Interim Crook County 4-H Youth Development Educator. Dave currently serves as the State 4-H Youth Development Specialist providing statewide leadership for Outdoor Education and Recreation, including Shooting Sports, ATV, Outdoor Challenge and Mechanical Sciences. Dave will spend approximately 25-40% of his time now providing leadership for the Crook County 4-H program. He will be in the office one day of the week; be present for key meetings, trainings, and county fair; and assist with other calls & questions via email and phone. Pamela Rose, State 4-H Program Leader, has asked Dr. White to serve in this role for the next 12 months.

Dr. David White will join the Crook County 4-H Program as the Interim 4-H Educator. He brings to Crook County more than 10 years of experience as a county 4-H educator. David currently serves as the state’s 4-H Youth Development Specialist for Outdoor Education and Recreation. His areas of specialization include Shooting Sports, Youth ATV Safety, and Youth Tractor Safety. David and his wife Deb live in Bend with a very active 1 year old yellow lab, Dash. All three enjoy what Central Oregon offers to outdoor enthusiasts. His first day in the office will be Monday, July 16. He looks forward to getting acquainted with the youth, parents, leaders, superintendents, and clerks at the upcoming pre-fair meeting.

Welcome David!

Crook County 4-H Fair Activities August 6-12th

“Summer Days and Country Ways”

4-H Staffing update from our State 4-H Program Leader, Dr. Pamela RosePlease read the update below. We are excited to have the leadership and experience Dr. Dave White

brings to this program. Take the time to meet and welcome him to our program when you get a chance!

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Dates to Remember

AugustAugust 6-12 Crook County 4-H FAir ACtivities

August 14-17 Premium Payout | Crook County ExtensionAugust 15 Club Annual Financial Statement DueAugust 17 State Fair Static Exhibits due to Extension by 5pm (Except Foods)August 21 State Fair Foods Exhibits due to Extension by 9am

JulyJuly 14 Fashion Review Contest | D.C. Fairgrounds July 17 All Exhibitor Meeting | Clover Building | 6:30 pmJuly 20-21 Horse FairJuly 24 Dog Knowledge & ID TestJuly 27 Breeding & Expressive Arts Scholarship Applications Due

Breeding and Static Scholarships Application Deadline July 27th

See scholarship application for qualifications and requirements

**Finalists will be scheduled for an interview during Fair**

Livestock Breeding Application

Static Scholarship Application

2018 4-H Fair ScheduleClick Here

Announcements

Click for full calendar

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2018 Crook County 4-H FairbookClick Here

Pre- Fair MeetingTuesday, July 17, 20186:30pm | Clover Building

Must have one representative from each club

All Leaders Expected to be Present Important for all NEW to 4-H Families

Will Go Over: Fair expectations, schedules, set up/tear down,

volunteers needed throughout the week, rules/policies

Camping at Fair$16 per day for Dry Camping

Sign up at the Extension Office by

July 27thMake Checks Payable to

Crook County Fairgrounds

Market Animal Forms Needed for Weigh-In at Fair COOL Forms Health Certification Form(Sheep, Goats, Rabbits, Poultry) (All Market Animals)

Please have ready to hand to the table at weigh-in!

Market animal Weights for FairBEEF at least 1000lbsLAMBS at least 105GOATS at least 75SWINE 230-300lbs

Rabbit Fryers 3-5lbs <10 weeksRabbit Roasters 5-8lbs 10-24 WeeksPoultry Fryers 4-6lbs <8 weeksPoultry Roasters over 6lbs 8-16 weeksTurkeys 14-15lbs 5 1/2 months or

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Battle of the Barns is on!

Brought to you by the 4-H Teen Leaders

FAIR 2018Start saving your change!

4-H Premium Payout Premium monies will be paid out August 14-17, 2018 in the Crook County Extension office. Premium money will only be distributed during these days. If you know in advance you will not be able to pick-up your premiums during these days, contact the Crook County Extension office prior to August 14, 2018 to make special arrangements.

REMINDER:Club Financial Forms Due

August 15thLeaders, please fill them out and

return them to the Extension office. All clubs must complete

forms even if they do not have a checking account.

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Horse Fair RequirementsYouth must Participate in at least 2 of the following:

Idea Fair Horse JudgingHorse HippologyHorse Bowl (2of3)Presentation Contest Community ServiceAny leader-approved horse clinic

Horse CornerCrook County 4-H Horse Fair

July 20 - 21 | Crook County Fairgrounds4-H HORSE FAIR MEETING

July 19, 2018 6:00pm

Ranch Horse Knowledge and ID Test, Helmet Check and Record Book Check to follow meeting.

Record Book Level 1 Advancements must be

complete

SeniorsArtJenna Porter ChampionEirlan Haney Res ChampionHannah Mansur BlueAidan Haney BluePhotographyJenna Porter ChampionAidan Haney Res ChampionLeatherHannah Mansur ChampionQuilting Eirlan Haney Champion

Juniors ArtKeltry Haney ChampionHailie Connor Res ChampionQuiltingKeltry Haney Champion

Expressive Arts Skills Contest

State Shooting Sports Contest Results

IntermediateCompound BowTy Cross BluePreston Maddison RedJesse Wood RedWyatt Wood RedTyson Mecham RedDavid Reynolds RedBare BowDaniel Driscol White

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2018 Fair JudgesHorse Sharon ZuckerHorse Trail Chrystal BatesBeef Ty KliewerSheep Brendan KellyGoats Dawn LantzDairy Goats Rebekah ClarkSwine Karie KellyRabbits Carey SilbaughPoultry Carey SilbaughDog Linda EngClothing Katie PaasoFood Sharon WilliamsPhotography Diane PaulArt Kellie Eldridge

Oregon State University Extension Service prohibits discrimination in all its programs, services, activities, and materials on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, familial/parental status, income derived from a public assistance program, political beliefs, genetic information, veteran’s status, reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity. Contact Kim Herber at (541) 447-6228 to request reasonable accommodation.

Record Book Check-In Volunteers!

Tana Sather

Crystal Taylor

Casie Allen

Amanda Zimmerman

Ann Calhoun

Meriah Williams

Becky Tekansik

Tori Reynolds

Grace Tekansik

Buyers’ Breakfast will be a hot breakfast again this year! Please be prepared to meet and greet with your buyer on Sunday, August 12th at 7:30am. The Fair Awards presentation will follow.

Thank you to our Breakfast Sponsor!

SHAVINGSEach youth will receive their first layer of shavings for their animal(s). Shavings that are left after the rings are full will be available until they are

gone. Youth must be prepared to provide their own shavings when they run out.

Thanks to generous donations from:

Mid Columbia LumberContact Industries

Bar 7A Trucking

Thank you!