4-H Forecast – October/November 2019

Top 5 Reasons to Read Each 4-H Forecast 5. If someone asks you if you have read the newsletter, you can say, “Yes I have, what do you want to know?” 4. The 4-H Forecast is the best way to be sure all 4-H families have an opportunity to receive the same information. 3. Find […]

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August-September 4-H Forecast

Returning to UW-Madison – You may have noticed that we’ve changed over to the UW-Madison colors on our websites and our logos. From now on, our official name will be the University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension, but you can continue to call us “Extension”. Our mission is not changing. We’re committed to our work in local communities throughout […]

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CANCELLED – Waupaca County Horse and Pony Project Meeting

***MEETING CANCELLED*** The first horse project meeting of the year scheduled for Monday, January 28th is cancelled due to the snow storm and schools being closed! We have made the decision to not reschedule, but instead to start a month late. Please watch your email closely this week for a bullet point list on what you would have […]

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April – May 2018 4-H Forecast

Join us in celebrating National Volunteer Week April 15-21, 2018!  National Volunteer week was established in 1974 and has become a nationwide effort to encourage people to volunteer in their communities. We are so thankful for all of the 4-H volunteers in our county. In Waupaca County 4-H we have almost 180 adult volunteer leaders […]

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December 2017 / January 2018 4-H Forecast

Are you interested in traveling within Wisconsin and/or across the country? Are you in 7th grade or above? Do you want to build friendships with other youth from outside Waupaca County? Do you want to promote 4-H within Waupaca County, make club visits, and plan older youth events? Do you want to expand your 4-H […]

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Caring Bridge for Connie Abert

  On May 26th, Waupaca County UW-Extension Youth Development Educator Connie Abert was involved in a serious car accident.  Our office is appreciative of the outpouring of concern and support for Connie.  If you would like to follow Connie’s progress, her family has set up a Caring Bridge site for her.  It is:  http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/connieabert  **Please note […]

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