Gallatin County Projects

Gallatin County Projects

Gallatin County Projects PROJECTS LEADERS PHONE MEETINGS PLACE / TIME 10/01/2017 Cloverbuds ? November – September, twice a month October – Sept...

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Gallatin County Projects PROJECTS

LEADERS

PHONE

MEETINGS PLACE / TIME

10/01/2017

Cloverbuds ?

November – September, twice a month October – September at various locations

Aerospace

Ranie Botsford

599-8893

Ambassador

Pat Stackhouse

586-7826

Arts & Crafts

Dani Jensen

404-9915

Art in Manhattan

Leia Miller

Babysitting

Marlene Kauffeld

Baking

Diana Wainwright

Beef

Melanie Duffin Brandi Elfland

209-1978 570-2205

October-June at various locations.

Dani Jensen

404-9915

Watch Newsletter

Yes!!

Jeanne Gaisford

210-2237

Watch Newsletter

Yes!!

Cloberbuds (Belgrade) Cloverbuds (Bozeman)

Monthly, watch newsletter Contact Leia Miller

600-3234

Watch newsletter Watch newsletter,

It is recommended that you begin with dog obedience before participating in other dog projects. Youth and dog can also take a quick obedience test to show they are able to participate in other projects. Montana Murray Kennels, 27 Dollar Yes (must be able to Dog Obedience Jen Osler 388-4789 attend 45 min class Drive, Belgrade February-July and handle dog)

Dog

Dog Agility Marie Breshears Dog Drill Team Nancy Veca

600-4114

December or later-July

539-2996 MSU Food lab, Once a month, max 20 youth

Foods/Cooking

Stephanie Grace

Goats

Amy Brownell

Horse

The horse projects are ran by volunteers functioning as the Horse Committee. Contact the project leader or the secretary of the committee. All horse families must attend mandatory meeting yearly.

209-2720

Drill Team Heidi Donnelly “Gallatin Twisters”

223-4103

Colt to Maturity Lisa Black Green Horse

209-0380

Horse Judging Julie Schumacher

581-2935

Horsemanship (English Clinics or Western) Jumping & Dressage Sue Lemmon Reining Jess Woodring Working Ranch Horse Scott Schuster Packing Horse Mike Haugan Mountain Trail Riding Carmen Matzick

Horseless Horse in Amy Perry Gallatin Gallopers

Horseless Horse

Katrina Zadikem

Pam Matolyak Knitting Livestock Judging Leia Miller

Participants must complete application process

Watch newsletter for dates 388-3458 580-6707 [email protected] 538-0538 600-1379

Clinics February - May 6 clinics per year, watch the newsletter January - July

Animal Bioscience Building, MSU 3rd [email protected] Yes-but not able to Monday of the month, plus some (530) 263-3433 ride horses activities www.gallatingallopers.com 303-552-8417 Meet once a month plus other Yes-but not able to [email protected] activities ride horses 570-242-0134 Watch newsletter

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Photography

Kris Brewer

539-3760

Poultry Rabbits

Shawna Oostema Rachel Colton Larry Bittner Cody Brownell

580-7819 548-1915 586-5791 209-4183

Robotics

Dan Simser

Scrapbooking

Scarlett Wirtz

587-0575

Sewing

Carolyn Marx Scarlett Wirtz

388-4318 587-0575

2 times/month

Sheep

Ruth Carr

539-4337

Various locations January - June

Shooting Sports

Bill Ott Scott Francis

282-7590 284-6843

November-February $25 project fee to cover supplies

David Miller Mike Prester

451-9942 580-9668

December – March, Sundays

Lee Nelson Bill Ott

579-0612 209-2599

BB Gun Lee Nelson

579-0612

Tom Everett Small bore Scott Francis Lee Nelson

388-9076 284-6843 579-0612

Shotgun & Hunting Scott Francis

284-6843

Bill Ott Scott Francis

209-2599 284-6843

Western Heritage Todd Kesner

994-6816

Lauri Olsen Merle Farrier

539-4865 580-8850

Archery Air Rifle/Pistol

Muzzle-loading

Swine

3rd Tuesday of the Month, 6:30 pm, watch the newsletter

Yes Yes

Shotgun- Manhattan Wildlife, Sundays Hunting- Manhattan High School,

www.4-hwesternheritageproject.org Nov-July

Teen Leadership Vet Science

Need Leader(s)

The 4-H member is more important than the project – in 4-H we learn by doing and we have fun while we’re at it. All leaders are volunteers who are interested in our children’s development – they teach 4-H members how to think, not what to think. Competition is a part of life but no award is worth sacrificing the reputation of a 4-H member or leader – a blue ribbon 4-Her with a red ribbon exhibit is more desirable than the other way around. Every 4-H member needs to be noticed, to feel important, to achieve some degree of success and to be praised. WE ARE IN NEED OF VOLUNTEER LEADERS. If you or someone you know may have some talent or interest in one of our projects, contact the 4-H office. If you could spare a few hours monthly, bi-monthly, quarterly or just a couple times yearly, call us at 582-3280 and we’ll show you how to get started.

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