Queen Creek 4H

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Welcome to Queen Creek 4-H
2016 - 2017
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Meet Your
Queen Creek 4-H
Community ClubYouth Officers:


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Please make sure to review
the Upcoming Events -there is a lot going on for the remainder of March.
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Still Need Volunteers for the Roots-n-Boots Rodeo.
Contact: Myrna
(See Upcoming Events
for flyer and additional info.)

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Coming in April -

April 1, 2017
Community Service
Stage Stop Clean-up
8:00 a.m. - est. 11:00 a.m.
Northeast Corner of 
Sossaman & Chandler Heights
Bring your gloves, rakes, shovels and trimmers.  Cleaning up the landscape.

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Queen Creek 4-H
April Community Club Meeting
**April 3, 2017**
at the Queen Creek Library
Zane Grey Room
6:30 p.m.
Theme:  Tropical

Community Service: Hope Totes for the Homeless -will be benefitting the Phoenix Rescue Mission.  Please see the attached supply list.

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2017 Maricopa County Fair
Rules, Deadlines, Etc.

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It's that time of year.
Make sure to check out the 
4-H Online Calendar pdf 
   for 
Upcoming 4-H Events 
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  If you have any questions please contact us at  [email protected] .

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"The 4-H Vision"


A world in which youth and adults

learn, grow and work together as

catalysts for positive change.



Maricopa County Fair Scholarships


Application Deadline:  March 13, 2017


Information, Requirements, Deadlines and Application click here

"The 4-H Mission"


4-H Empowers youth to reach their full

potential, working and learning in

partnership with caring adults.


 

Queen Creek 4-H currently offers the following projects for kids from 9 to 18 years old:

Dog, Dairy Goat, Market Goat, Horse, Market Lamb, Shooting Sports, Small Stock (incl:  rabbit, cavy, poultry and pygmy goat), Market Swine, Teen & Leadership, and Outdoor Adventure.


 We also offer a "Cloverbuds" program for kids 5 to 8 years old. 


See our Projects pages for details on each of these projects and their activities.

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"The 4-H Motto"


"To Make the Best Better!"


The motto proposed by Carrie Harrison,

a botanist with the U.S. Bureau of Plant Industry, was officially adopted in 1927 when the 4-H Pledge was introduced.

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