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Stay up to date with what's happening with 4-H in Buffalo County.  Information on this page is continually being update.  2019 Buffalo County 4-H Calendar

Thank you for your interest in joining 4-H in Buffalo County. 

4-H is open to ALL YOUTH, of ALL ABILITIES ages 5 to 18.  Youth can join 4-H at any time of the year.  However, in order to enter exhibits at the Buffalo County Fair, the deadline is May 1st of each year.  Between May and June 1, there is a $10 late fee.

The Buffalo County 4-H Council is a group of adults and youth volunteers who meet, on the fourth Tuesday of most months in the evening, to evaluate 4-H programs, set policies, plan programs and events, plan fundraisers, and decide upon other 4-H management issues.

Calling Young Leaders!

The next Buffalo County 4-H Young Leaders meeting will be Sunday, October 13 at Kearney Cinema 8 at 2 p.m.  All youth in grades 7-12 are welcome to attend!  Youth will be working on finalizing details for the 4-H Recognition Banquet and watching a movie (movie is TBD).  There is a $10 admision fee that includes the movie and snacks.

Adult volunteers are needed too. If you have a young leader that would be interested in joining this group or know of a great adult volunteer, please contact the Extension Office at 308-236-1235 or kerry.elsen@unl.edu.

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