KING COUNTY 4-H HORSE PROGRAM
Are you interested in joining a King County 4-H Horse Club?
Check out our Club page to find contact info for clubs in your area or with your interests!
The King County 4-H horse program is part of the King County 4-H Association which includes a variety of clubs in different program areas. To find out information about clubs in other projects or starting a new club, please contact our Extension Educator Nancy Baskett
King County 4-H Association Newsletter
Web Site Updates
As of 1-21-15
- Trail patterns added for Performance Medals Show on Jan 24
- Several date additions/clarifications on Calendar, Performance, and Gaming pages
- New horse certificate form added to Resource page
- Super Saturday information updated and Jan 14 Association Newsletter added
King County 4-H Horse Program Meeting
Please review posted minutes prior to the monlthly program meeting!
Next program meeting will be
7pm, Feb 19, 2015,
at the Covington Library
2015 PERFORMANCE MEDALS SHOW
posted 1-22-15, Revised 5:20pm
There are a few slots still available for late entries. Please see posted schedule and then email Tricia Williams firstname.lastname@example.org which medal you would like to do in which session. First come, first served for the available openings (no more sessions will be added ).
After all medal attempts are complete, trail equipment will be available for schooling.
"Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart."
- attributed to Elizabeth Andrew
WELCOME NEW VOLUNTEERS!
We are excited to welcome some new faces to our Executive Board and to our volunteer ranks.
Incoming Co-presidents - Wendy and John Mutton
Incoming Treasurer - Hillary Foster
Driving and In-hand Chair - Michelle Gross
Thank you Wendy, John, and Hillary for stepping up to the plate to fill important Board positions, and thank you Michelle for the energy, excitement, and new ideas you bring to the driving and in-hand disciplines! Thanks also to Jeff and Kim Floyd for stepping into the Over Fences chair position.
Saturday, Feb 7
at the Triple J
Do you have any interest in driving a pony or horse cart? How about showing a mini or pony in-hand?
Come to this clinic with driving and in-hand chair Michelle Gross to learn about the opportunities planned for this year and see demonstrations of classes and equipment.
Thanks to all who helped make this annual event another success. Children and families from Seattle's Hope Place came to CJ's Stables in Enumclaw on Saturday, Jan 17. There, they were able to get a taste of what the new year is like in the country. They were able to meet and touch farm animals including horses, rabbits, and goats. They experienced face painting, pony rides, and a warm lunch. All the moms and kids left with goodie bags, and coats and outerwear were sent back to fill the closets at Hope Place. Photo credit to Buck Jones Photography!
King County 4-H Super Saturday
A day of fun and learning for youth members and adult volunteers!
Jan 31 at Enumclaw Middle School