Templeton 4-H Monthly Agenda
General Meeting for October 5, 2011
Call Meeting to Order
American Flag Salute & 4-H Flag Salute
National 4-H Week– During this week 4-H has been promoted Countywide. Young Achiever storyboards have been on display in the lobby of the County Government Center, along with other great information about 4-H in SLO County.
4-H County Achievement Night- Was last Saturday Night. Templeton 4-H Club did a fantastic job once again. All of our members who sent their record books to County Judging, won medals!
Licia Blackburn, our Swine Leader was recognized for an amazing 25 years of dedication to this club. They also pointed out that she has helped to succesfully get over 1,000 pigs and their 4-H’ers to the fair.
When it came to Presidential Service Awards, Templeton stole the show!
4-H Leader Appreciation & Training Day– will be held Oct. 22, 2011 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. in the UCCE Conference Room at 2156 Sierra Way, SLO. Lunch will be provided.
Each and every 4-H adult volunteer is welcome and encouraged to attend!
This event provides a time and place for volunteers to meet each other, learn new information and skills, and keep abreast of county opportunities and resources. It also gives us an opportunity to recognize and thank our leaders for the amazing things they do all year long. We’re pleased to announce that wonderful guest speakershave been lined up to present new and interesting topics:
Please RSVP by Friday, October 14, 2011, to the 4-H office at 781-5943or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youth Leadership Workshop- On Sunday, October 23, 2011, from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., Maria Andrus, Youth Leadership Key Leader, will present a workshop for all 4-H Club Officers and Junior/Teen Leaders. The workshop will be held at Veteran’s Hall, located at 801 Grand Avenue in San Luis Obispo. Lunch will be provided.
4-H members who serve as a Club Officer or Jr/Teen Leader, or who are considering taking on one of these roles in the future, are encouraged to attend. Attendees will discover their leadership style and how to make it work for them. JoAnn Overbey, Awards Director, will present a short session on the differences between a Junior Leader and a Teen Leader and will present and explain the Leadership Development record book form.
Officers will learn the responsibilities of their positions and EVERYONE will discover fun, creative ways to get 4-H members active and involved in their meetings. (Project Leaders are also welcomed and encouraged to attend this workshop.)
Please RSVP to the 4-H office at 781-5943 or to email@example.com by Wednesday, October 19, 2011, so we can have the right amount of food and copies on hand. (If you forget to RSVP, please come anyway!!) If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Maria Andrus at 238-0604, or the 4-H office at 781-5943. WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!
New Year, New Record Book Forms! As we begin a new school year and 4-H program year, please be aware that record book forms have changed. The State 4-H office has published new, revised versions of the PDR (Personal Development Report), APR (Annual Project Re- port), and Jr/Teen Leader Report. Don’t worry....... The changes are relatively small and just ask that you log your hours along with the other information you have already been tracking. New Record Book Forms are available in the 4-H office and online at slocounty4h.org. Besides the PDR, APR, and Jr/Teen Leader Report, all of the other forms (including project-specific county forms) will remain the same (woohoo!)
Presenting....... The Online Record Book!
Are you a “technology person”? Do you live on Facebook, Twitter, or by text message? If so, you’re going to love the latest development in 4-H Record Books: the Online Record Book (ORB). The ORB is designed very similar to Facebook, so it’s interactive and helps you keep in touch with your online 4-H community. Throughout the year, you can log your activities in the ORB and it will automatically categorize them into the correct sections of the PDR. When you are ready to complete your Record Book, you simply type up your 4-H Story, make revisions, and print. The Online Record Book is completely voluntary, so if you prefer to keep with the “old-fashioned” way of record keeping, that’s just fine.
To learn more about the Online Record Book, view the Member Online Record Book Training Video at: http://www.ca4h.org/Resources/Members/RecordBook/RBResources/
If you’d like to start using the ORB, have your parent contact Denise Harris at the 4-H office, 781-5943, for a 4hOnline family password.
The President’s Volunteer Service Awards
The President’s Volunteer Service Awards are part of a nation-wide program that recognizes youth for volunteering in their communities. Bronze, silver, and gold medals are awarded based on hours of service. SLO County 4-H is proud to be a part of this program to encourage volunteer service and civic participation*.
Now is the perfect time to start thinking about working towards an award in 2011-2012. Because the President’s Volunteer Service Award requires a log of community service hours, it is best to fill out your application throughout the year and not procrastinate until the last minute.
New applications for the 2011-2012 program year are available online at SLOCOUNTY4H.ORG under the subheading “Registration Forms and Applications”. They will also be available at Achievement Night on October 1st, and in the 4-H office (781-5943). For more information, contact Citizenship and Community Service Key Leader Karen Ludwig at 466-1216. *Please note that they are no longer processing applications for 4-H leaders, only 4-H members age 19 and younger.
Countywide Aeronautics Project Offered to 4-H Members-Open to all San Luis Obispo County 4-H Clubs and open to all ages of members with interest in flight
Learn about: NAVIGATION, GEOGRAPHY, WEATHER, FUNDAMENTALS OF FLIGHT, MAINTENANCE AND CAREERS IN AVIATION RSVP BY: 10/14/11
Please call: MICHELLE GRACEFFA OF CERRO ALTO 4-H (805) 466-4096 OR (805) 769-6868
7th Annual Beef Play Day- November 5th. Hours 8:30 - 3:00 p.m. This will be a special day devoted to the care and raising, (and showing) of beef cattle. Don’t miss this year’s special guests and get some hands-on experience to go with many handouts you can take home and use for demonstrations, education displays at fair, boards for Exhibit Day, and More. Leaders and parents have their own unique section too. Every year’s program is different, plus you get credit for a Countywide Event if you’re going for you stars!
Location is The Spanish Ranch, New Cuyama.
$10.00 per 4-H Member (Pre-Paid)
$10.00 per Leader/ Parent (Pre-Paid)
$20.00 at the door for 4-H Member or Leader/Parent
Community Service Opportunities
Templeton Community Service District will be hosting a Halloween Carnival on Monday, October 31st form 5-7:30 p.m. They are looking for help. Please sign up at the front table.
Supplies for Soldiers- Delaney and Marlee Drake
Turkey Trot Family Fun Run – 10K, 5K and 1 Mile- Saturday November 19th. Help is needed to pass out water
2nd Annual Haunted House- needs our help- Mindy Rains
Installation of Officers
Correspondence- Katie Kennedy
Recreation– Jenny Butz
Uniform Supplies – Every month we offer 4-H Hats, Ties, and Scarves as well as a collection of 4-H T-Shirts and Sweatshirts at the Kitchen window.
Email- Most of our communication in this club is through email. If you have not received any emails from us this week, please email Loretta at firstname.lastname@example.org
Teasurer’s Report – Michael Lahargou
Early Bird Roll Call Drawing –
Announcements – Everyone needs to help with clean up tonight, chairs stacked all facing one direction on racks and tables picked up.
Next General Meeting will be November 2, 2011