*Queen Creek 4-H Club
Service Auction Fundraiser
For the past several years, QC 4-H Community Club has been having a service auction as a successful fundraiser.
Here’s how it works?
Individual members, or groups of members, come up with a service they are willing to perform. At the February 6th community club meeting, family and friends bid on these services in a life auction format. The highest bidder pays for the auction service that evening and leaves with contact information to redeem their
What will the raised money be used for?
Traditionally a portion is used for our year end celebration and pin awards. The membership votes on use of fundraised money. In the past, some uses have been leader trainings/certifications, donations for service projects and summer camp scholarships members can apply for.
How does a member sign up to offer a service?Members may offer a service as an individual or as a group. If you find a group to work with, there needs to be one person willing to serve as the main contact/coordinator.
We usually have a variety of services depending on the ideas and talents of our members. These tend to be popular service ideas: horse trailer washing, stall clean up, saddle cleaning, baked items (either brought that night, or by order for future…be specific on which it is), yard work, prepared dinners (for future), etc. Be specific in your auction description (for example, say how many hours of babysitting or specify how many members will provide a certain number hours of yardwork.
Sign-up at the January Meeting or EMAIL your service auction commitment by January 30th to Melanie Mansingh at [email protected].
Please provide all the information below:
1. Description of Service with details
2. Member(s) Providing Service
3. Key Contact Phone and Email
Deadline to submit your service is January 30th!!
When is the Auction?
Who Bids and Buys the Services?
Friends of Horseshoe Park, a Queen Creek based 501(c)3 non-profit, is pleased to announce the funding of two educational scholarships to worthy 2016 Roots N' Boots Queen Creek volunteers.
Hosting RnBQC takes an incredible number of volunteer hours, both planning and then executing all five days. To recognize the youth and young adults who assist us in making RnBQC such a huge success, we are offering TWO educational scholarships.Elibibility
Record book Workshop
Wednesday, March 22, 2017 6:30 p.m.
U of A Cooperative Extension Office
Contact: Maricopa County 4-H Office
(602) 827-8228 or (602) 827-8275
Entry Deadline: March 13, 2017 5:00 p.m.
For more details:http://extension.arizona.edu/4h/record-book-workshop-0
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.
"The 4-H Mission"
4-H Empowers youth to reach their full
potential, working and learning in
partnership with caring adults.
"The 4-H Vision"
A world in which youth and adults
learn, grow and work together as
catalysts for positive change.
"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.