In the sewing project, you will learn to sew. You will need your own sewing machine. We have a few to loan but they get taken quickly. Meetings are the first, and third Friday of the month from 6-9pm. September through April. Members are responsible to purchase materials and tools for their project. You may enter your project at the County Fashion Revue, or the Mid State Fair (as an exhibit or to be modeled at the Fashion show)
Contact Ginger Kibbe if you are interested.
In the public speaking group, meetings are held Monday evening. You will learn how to speak as an individual and as a group.
Contact Larella Ellsworth if you are interested.
In the Veterinary Science project, you will learn about the sciences behind veterinary care. Meet on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday at the Stenner Creek Animal Hospital at 7pm. Project ends in April.
Contact Erin Dewelegi if you are interested.
In the Horse Group, horse ownership is not required. Meetings are Sundays from 2 to 4pm. Expenses to be determined at project meeting. 3 county shows and level testing.
Contact Mary Laporte,Erin Dewelegi or Jennifer Rubio if you are interested.
In the Poultry project, you will need at least 2 pure bred show quality adult chickens (we will help you find them from reputable breeders). Must be able to house the chickens as you'll spend lots of time with them. Year round project (do not sell at fair). Monthly meetings from October-June.You will learn care of your chicken, showmanship and poultry facts in this project. Multiple opportunities to show your chickens including fair in July.
Contact Stephanie Marden if you are interested.
Food & Nutrition
5yrs + This Project is full for 2017-18
In the Food and Nutrition group, you will learn to cook delicious dinners and desserts. Small fee to cover the costs ingredients costs per meeting. Meetings are one Saturday per month. Our times may vary depending on what we are cooking, how much oven or stove space we need and how many kids can fit in my kitchen at one time. 3 county events and fair.
Contact Kathy Chechopoulos if you are interested.
In the Leadership group, you will meet with the officer team once every other month. You will help plan general meetings, make changes in the club, participate in committees and take leadership positions etc. Meetings: Every other month, Tuesday from 5:30 to 7:30. Dinner will be included. Junior and Teen leaders are encouraged to join!
Contact Debbie Allen if you are interested.
This project will learn basic care and showmanship of show rabbits. Ownership of a
pure bred show quality rabbit is needed (we will help you find them from reputable breeders).
Contact Lauren Madonna at email@example.com If you are interested.
9yrs + This project is full for 2017-18
In the swine group, you will learn how to care for your very own pig, and then learn how to put it through auction at the Mid State Fair. Members are responsible for fairly large costs, you are encouraged to attend the first meeting to learn more.Must nave a space for the pig either at home or our project farm. Daily travel to feed and care for the pig. Pig is sold at the fair in July Meetings are the 1st Tuesdays before the Club general meetings.
Contact Cathy Ahern if you are interested.
Market Beef/Replacement Heifer
In the Beef group, meetings are held on Saturday. The project includes large expenses. You will need space to raise your steer or heifer. You will sell them at fair in July. Please attend first meeting to learn more. Details to be determined.
See Kristen Beljean if you are interested, at a general meeting or contact Aaron Lazanoff at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the Sheep group, you will learn how to care for your very own sheep. Costs depend on the price of sheep. Sheep may be kept at your home, or at the project farm. Meetings to be determined.
Contact Brian Baird if you are interested.
9 yrs +
In the Goat group, you will learn how to care for and show your own goat. Costs vary depending on the price of the Goat. You will need to own your own show quality goat. Speak to the leader about housing choices for your goat. Meetings to be determined.
Contact Nicki Crawford 805-610-9214 or email email@example.com
9yrs + This project is full for 2017-18
The Edna 4-H Dairy project provides participants with exposure to various aspects of dairy animal husbandry, dairy operations, and dairy products as well. We meet 1x/month, usually on weekends, and do different activities such as Cal Poly Dairy tour, cheesemaking, dairy product tasting, a goat dairy visit, and dairy processing plant visit, amongst other things. After first of the new year, we’ll begin dairy cattle judging in preparation of the judging team competing at the Western Classic Dairy Show in Hanford in early March. Next, participants will be better equipped to choose their own dairy animal from the Cal Poly dairy to show as their own dairy heifer at the Mid State Fair in July. Although Cal Poly maintains housing and feeding of the dairy heifers, participants have a large responsibility of practicing leading and grooming the dairy heifer prior to the show. The busiest time for this project is typically late May, June, and July. For more information, contact Alan Vander Horst: Alan@360agmgt.com
The Officer Team will host 2 evening orientation meetings (you choice 1 to attend) September 21, 7-9pm or October 26, 5:30-7:30pm. to review the basics of EDNA 4H. This project will meet 6:30-6:50pm before every general meeting. This project will support new members, answer questions and navigate Edna and 4H.
Contact Erin Dewegeli firstname.lastname@example.org or 805-550-5401 if you are interested contact Erin If attending orientation please email the club email@example.com
BBQ & Grilling
9 yrs + This project is full for 2017-18
This projects meets TBA, You will learn basics about a variety of BBQ styles, safety and food preparation. Meetings will be held TBA
Contact Jenny Quaglino at firstname.lastname@example.org Jim Quaglino is co-leader if you are interested.
Dogs CARE AND TRAINING
In the dog project, you will learn basic obedience, basic manners and showmanship as well as basic care of your dog. T=You will have an opportunity to learn a little basic Rally, Agility and tricks too. Its best to own a dog. If you don't own a dog you can still learn alot. There will be 3 non-dog meetings. Monthly practice meetings October-December with twice a month until Fair. You will have an opportunity to show your skills at Field Day in June and at the Fair in July. We meet Sundays 3-4pm at Cuesta Park.
Contact Jane Brennan or Janine Newby email@example.com 805.234.2283 if you are interested.
FINE INK DRAWING
In the Art Group, you will learn the fundamentals of drawing, color theory and acrylic painting techniques. This project will provide you with the knowledge to deign and create your own painting that you can enter into the Midstate Fair art exhibit.
Contact Gary Ellsworth firstname.lastname@example.org If you are interested
This project is a joint project with Canyon Country 4H. There will be 4 meetings, held between January and April. Meetings are usually held on Sundays. We focus on the Food and Arts Celebration at the beginning of May. Basic cake decorating skills will be taught to be beginning members in one meeting and the 2nd year or more members will learn more advanced techniques in a separate meeting.
If interested, contact Heidi Gill at email@example.com
These following projects have been offered in the past but at this time do not have an adult leader. If interested contact Jane
In the Gardening group, you will learn to make mini gardens, etc. Looking for a leader, IF you are interested contact Jane firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arts & Crafts
We are currently searching for the perfect candidate to lead this group. If you are interested in leading this group, please Jane at email@example.com