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The Clay County Extension Office has an opening for a full time office manager.  Strong communcation, organizational, and time management skills are essential plus knowledge in Word, Excel, and Quicken computer programs.  A background in 4-H or Extension is beneficial. A resume, two letters of recommendation, and application should be returned to the Clay County Extension Office by March 18th.  The position will remain open untill filled.  Clay County is an Equal Opportunity/Veterans Preference Employer.

The 4-H Shooting Sports program will run from the week of February 14 through the week of March 21.  We will be able to offer BB Gun, Archery, and Air Rifle.  Due to Covid, we have changed our procedure to sign up for the program.  A following items must be completed FIRST before you can schedule a day and time.  

1 - Enroll in 4-H for the 2020-2021 year.  Enroll at ne.4honline.com.

The 2021 enrollment is open for youth and leaders.

New Members:  Create a member profile with a user email and password.  (this will be your password every year.)  Fill in all the needed inforamtion on each page and "submit" when finished.

Existing Members:  Log in with your user email and password.  Use the "edit" button for each youth and leader to update their information.  Work through and click on Enroll for 2020-2021.  Click the "submit" button when finished. 

Enroll in 4-H at:  ne.4honline.com

Private Pesticide Safety Education Dates:

Pre-regisitration is required.  Times will be given out once registered.  Call the Clay County Extension Office to register at 402-762-3644.

Feb 2 - Clay County Fairgrounds
Feb 4 - Fillmore County Fairgrounds
Feb 10 - Nelson Auditorium
Feb 16 - Bruning Opera House
Feb 17 - Clay County Fairgrounds
Feb 24 - Fillmore County Fairgrounds
Mar 9 - Stastny Community Center, - Hebron
Mar 11 - Nelson Auditorium

4-H Volunteer/Leader Screening - Required in 2021

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension 4-H Volunteer Activity Application process includes a volunteer screening. All volunteers and staff who work directly with youth are required to complete the volunteer screening. Be assured the volunteer screening process is confidential.

Volunteers are screened in order to ensure a safe, positive and nurturing environment for all youth involved with Nebraska 4-H programs and provide protection for the child, volunteer, educator, 4-H Council, Extension Board, and UNL Extension.

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