CSU 4-H Youth Development

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4-H provides learning experiences in which youth develop life skills such as communication, citizenship, decision-making, interpersonal relationships and community, and global awareness. Kids experience 4-H through in-school and after-school programs, school and community clubs and 4-H camps.

Traditional 4-H: 4-H programs are available for children ages 8-18, while there are 4-H Clover bud programs for children ages 5-7. Kids complete hands-on projects where they receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles. They learn these skills through projects.

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4-H Clubs: (Click for Bios on each club)

Barnyard Critters
Barnyard Critters 4H Club meets the first Sunday of the month (unless there is a holiday conflict) at 6pm in the winter months (7 pm during the summer) at the Dolores Community Center.

Brenda Hindmarsh’s a former 4H member and has been the Club leader for around 22 years. Bring up her 3 boys in the 4H program. She is also the Rabbit leader and County Fair Rabbit Superintendent. Her children have been out of 4H for many years, but she continues to volunteer due to her belief in how the program helps the youth. Phyliss Snyder was the Club leader for many many years prior.

Members of the Club hold fundraisers, complete community service projects, participate in monthly Club meetings, County meetings; using proper parliamentary procedures and to develop public speaking skills do a minimum of one demonstration per year. Picnics, potlucks, and games provide plenty of time for members and their families to get to know one another.
BattleRock
Bunnies & More
Bunnies & More 4-H Club started 20+ years ago in Mancos. We meet every first Tuesday (unless it is a
holiday) at 7:00 pm at the Mancos School Cafeteria except June, July, and August when we meet in the
Cottonwood Park. Our leaders are Barbara Zeutzius & Stacy Kane We currently have 8 members for
the 2018-2019 4-H year. Andres Moreno, Akima Kane, Kameron Rosales, Kenyon Rosales, Lilly Figuroa,
Lucas Figueroa and Kelton Judson.
Hoofbeats
The Hoofbeats 4-H Club is a great club for people in the horse project. We have meetings on the second Tuesday of every month. Our Club Leaders are Kacee Russell, Jon Anglin, and Kym Hampton. We have horse practice almost every Thursday but it is not mandatory. We practice western, English and Showmanship.
Kalvin’s Kids
Kalvin’s Kids 4-H Club was named after Calvin Denton in the late 1950s to early 1960s. Calvin Denton
ran the Massey Ferguson dealership in Pleasant View. He loved supporting the community and the
kids. Calvin would award club members a silver dollar for winning a blue ribbon, 50 cents for a red ribbon
and 25 cents for a white ribbon. After Calvin passed away he left a CD for the 4-H Club.
-the history was given by Betsy White and Brian Wilson, both former 4-H members
Kalvin’s Kids 4-H Club meets the 4th Monday of every month at 7 PM at the Pleasant View Firehouse
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CSU EXTENSIONS, MONTEZUMA COUNTY
103 N. Chestnut St. Cortez, CO 81321-3103
Office Hours: Monday–Friday 8:30a.m  4:30p.m.
Phone: (970) 565-3123

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Andrea Jeter
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