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4-H Program - UCCE Capitol Corridor, Solano

Projects Skills Day

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Community Presbyterian Church

2800 Georgia St.

Vallejo  94591

PROJECT SKILLS DAY SCHEDULE:

10:00-10:30 AM   Sign-in/Set-up
10:30–10:45 AM   Opening Ceremonies
10:45-12:30 PM   Project Skills Entrant Evaluating
10:45-1:30 PM     Service Learning/Downtime Activities
12:30-1:30 PM    Food Entry Tasting/Refreshments
1:30-2:00 PM     Awards
2:00-2:30 PM     Clean-up

ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

NO LATER THAN THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2016 by 5 p.m.!

Entry is only available online through this site.  See links below.

 WHO MAY ENTER:

All 4-H members are invited to enter.  Members must enter a category or project area in which they are currently enrolled.  Members 5-8 years old may enter a display, but will not be evaluated.  Entries are limited to one per member in either the foods area or non-foods area.  Table space will not be provided!  Please bring your own table.

IMPORTANT, PLEASE NOTE!  If you enter and then are unable to participate, please notify Mary Ann Burkett at (925) 234-1105 or maryaburkett@yahoo.com as soon as possible.

Project Skills Day Registration Information & Form

Project Skills Day Entry Information and Rules 2017 (PDF)

4-H Project Skills Day Registration Form 2017      

EACH CLUB must supply three or more people to evaluate Project Skills Day entries.  Teen evaluators must be at least 16 years of age and have previously participated in Project Skills Day.  Orientation of evaluators will be held at 10 AM the morning of the event.

Evaluators will receive orientation materials, via email, prior to the event.

Project Skills Day Evaluators Registration

4-H Project Skills Day 2017 Evaluator Registration Form 

Back again for 2017 - Club Team Chili Cook-Off!

ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

NO LATER THAN THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2016 by 5 p.m.!

Entry is only available online through this site.  See links below.

Chili Cook-off Registration Information & Form

Team Chili Cook Entry Info & Rules 2017 (PDF)

4-H Project Skills Day Chili Cook-Off Registration Form 2017


CHILI COOK-OFF SCHEDULE:

10:00-10:30 AM  Sign-in/Set-up
11:45-12:45 PM  Chili Evaluating
12:45 - 1:15 PM  Chili Comments
12:50-1:30 PM   Tasting

 ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE:

Downtime Activities:
The Sherwood Forest 4-H Club will be providing downtime activities.


Biosecurity Class - 1st Proficiency Only
Record Keeping Word Search
Blue Star Moms - Make Cards for Deployed Servicemen & Servicewomen
Cuddle Me Close cover up blankets for Northbay Medical Center's Mother-Baby department
SET Activity

Community Service: 

Blue Star Moms - Candy Drive

LUNCH: You may bring a sack lunch.

The Sherwood Forest 4-H Club Leadership Project will have lunch items available for purchase.

Food Booth - 2016
2017 COMING SOON

Breakfast Lunch
Served 8:30 a.m. until gone Served 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Danish                          $1.00 Bean & Cheese Burritos         $3.00
Muffin, 1/2 extra large    $1.00 Condiment table:
Salsa, tomatoes, sour cream,
olives, lettuce & onion
Fruit:  Banana or Apple    $.75 Taco Salad                              $4.00
Orange Juice, cup           $.75 Lettuce, cheese, black beans,
corn, olives, sour cream, salsa,
tortilla chips, onion & tomatoes
Lemonade, cup               $.50 Add Chicken                              $.50

 

 

DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, VALLEJO FOR 4-H PROJECT SKILLS DAY

From Vacaville/Fairfield/Dixon:
Take l-80 West. Take exit 30B toward Georgia St, Central Vallejo. Bear right onto Georgia St. Turn left onto Annette Ave. The Church is on the left. You may drop off for unloading in front of the church.  Disabled parking is available behind the church off of Annette St.  Street parking surrounds the church.  Additional parking is available across the street in the 7-11 parking lot at the corner of Cedar and Georgia St.  Please park to the right of the yellow curbed area as you enter the lot.  Use the cross walk, with light, at the Cedar and Georgia St. intersection to cross the street to the church.

From Rio Vista:

Take highway 12 and continue onto l-80 West. Take exit 30B toward Georgia St, Central Vallejo. Bear right onto Georgia St. Turn left onto Annette Ave. The Church is on the left. You may drop off for unloading in front of the church.  Disabled parking is available behind the church off of Annette St.  Street parking surrounds the church.  Additional parking is available across the street in the 7-11 parking lot at the corner of Cedar and Georgia St.  Please park to the right of the yellow curbed area as you enter the lot.  Use the cross walk, with light, at the Cedar and Georgia St. intersection to cross the street to the church.

From Benicia:
Take I-780 West. Take exit 1C, Cedar Street turn right.  Turn right onto Benicia Rd.  Turn Left onto Maple Ave.  Turn Left onto Georgia Street.  Turn right onto Annette Ave.  The Church is on the left. You may drop off for unloading in front of the church.  Disabled parking is available behind the church off of Annette St.  Street parking surrounds the church.  Additional parking is available across the street in the 7-11 parking lot at the corner of Cedar and Georgia St.  Please park to the right of the yellow curbed area as you enter the lot.  Use the cross walk, with light, at the Cedar and Georgia St. intersection to cross the street to the church.


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Solano County 4-H
Youth Development Program

The 4-H Youth Development Program is a non profit youth educational program administered through the UC Cooperative Extension. In 4-H, kids learn, have FUN, and run the show! 4-H is an international organization for youth that promotes hands-on learning, for ages 5-19, from all ethnic, racial, and socio-economic backgrounds who live in rural, suburban, and urban communities.

The four H's in 4-H stand for Head, Heart, Hands, and Health.

The 4-H program provides youth with a variety of learning experiences that contribute to their personal growth and development. The program helps them to become self-reliant, responsible, and productive members of society.

Age appropriate projects within each club are the heart of 4-H's hands-on learning. Each project focuses on a topic - anything from art to zoology - including: animal sciences, bicycling, camping, computers, drama, entomology, leadership, music, photography, quilting, rocketry, textile arts, and woodworking to name a few. These opportunities are designed to be fun while teaching real life skills. Projects are lead by older youth and/or adult volunteers.

Programming varies from county to county, year to year. There are special policies regarding participation, competition, and animal projects for primary members.

For more information on how you can become involved in 4-H, please complete this Information Survey.

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My Head to clearer thinking,
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My Health for better living, for
My Club, my Community,
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