WANTED: 4-H FOOD STAND MANAGER more information
2024 Door County Fair – August 14-18
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA – December 9, 2023 flyer
Sponsored by Brussels Shining Stars 4-H
8:00-10:30 am – Brussels Community Center
1366 Junction Rd., Brussels
Join us for an all you can eat waffles, pancakes, & ham breakfast!
• $6.00 Adults and Children, 10 years of age & older
• $3.00 Children, 9 years of age and younger
Save $1.00 off the family total with each donation of non-perishable goods for the local food pantry.
Other family activities include:
➢ Photos With Santa
➢ FREE CRAFT ACTIVITIES: 8:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Questions? Contact Amanda Larson, (920) 495-6378
QMAS MANDATORY MEETINGS
December 27 – 7:00 pm, Crossroads at Big Creek
January 3 – 7:00 pm, Crossroads at Big Creek
January 6 – BEEF WEIGH-IN, 9:30-10:30 am, Door County Fair Park
April 6 – HOG WEIGH-IN, 8:00-10:00 am, Door County Fair Park
May 4 – LAMBS & MEAT GOATS WEIGH-IN, 8:00-9:00 am, Door County Fair Park
August 15 – SMALL ANIMAL WEIGH-IN, 1:00-5:00 pm, Door County Fair Park
August 17 – QMAS AUCTION at the Door County Fair, Door County Fair Park
2023-2024 PROGRAMS & EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES Programming Booklet
Door County 4-H Financial Forms
- 4H Reimbursement Request Form
- 4H Reimbursement Request for Youth Events
- 4H Financial Assistance Application
Volunteer Types For Adult Volunteers
4-H has provided Volunteer Role Descriptions to all adult volunteers. This is necessary to comply with policies concerning volunteers and state liability insurance coverage. All adults will need to select a club and volunteer type in 4HOnline. The choices for club volunteer type are:
- Activity/Event Volunteer
- Adult Advisor/Chaperone
- Club Enrollment Coordinator(formerly Club Enrollment and Club Manager)
- Club Leader(includes Organizational/General and Co-Organizational/Co-General)
- Committee Volunteer
- Project Leader(includes Key Leader and Resource Leader)
Volunteers can only choose one so the most relevant role needs to be selected. Volunteers will not be associated with a specific club!
Project Leaders still need to select a project and volunteer type on the project selection screen.
ADULT VOLUNTEER TRAINING SITE more information …
4-H VOLUNTEERS – INCIDENT / INJURY REPORTING
HIGH RISK Injuries/Incidents
A high-risk incident poses a serious risk to an Extension Volunteer(s), Extension Program Participant(s), or third party. Examples of High Risk Injuries/Incidents include:
- Injury of employee, volunteer, participant, or third party that requires professional medical attention.A threat of serious harm to self or others.
- Anything requiring intervention by police (e.g. missing child, safety concerns).
- Hazardous materials exposure or spills.
- Termination or withdrawal of a volunteer, participant, or third party with potential intersections with civil rights, e.g. concerns regarding discrimination.
- Critical staff errors, such as incorrect administration of medication, or an injury caused by a staff person.
- Concerns for possible claims of negligence or liability.
- Vehicle accidents with personally-owned or rental vehicles on official UW business.
IMPORTANT: The report must be filed within 48 hours of the incident.
LOW RISK Injuries/Incidents
LOW RISK Injuries/Incidents typically DO NOT need to be submitted. A “low risk” incident is one where the impact to an Extension Volunteer(s), Extension Program Participant(s), or third party is both minor and temporary. Low-risk incidents typically do not require a report to the Office of Risk Management. Examples of Low Risk Injuries/Incidents include:
- Minor injuries e.g. scrapes or bumps to the body that do not require medical attention beyond basic first aid.
- Non-communicable illnesses that result in a volunteer, program participant, or third party needing to sit out of an activity or to be sent home.
- Behavioral problems, or verbal conflicts between participants, parents, or volunteers that necessitate staff or volunteer intervention.
- Other incidents at the discretion of the Extension Employee that do not rise to the level of a high-risk incident.
Note: There is some grey area within these examples that will require an employee to use professional judgement. When in doubt, treat an incident as “high risk.”
To download an injury/incident report: Volunteer Accident/Injury Report – Wisconsin 4-H
YQCA – Youth for the Quality Care of Animals website …
POP-UP GREETINGS ACTIVITY learn how …
Looking for a fun and easy craft to make? 4-H has a simple lesson to help you create Pop-Up Greeting cards that you can send! Click on the link above to learn how to make these simple yet thoughtful cards for friends and loved ones!
AT-HOME ACTIVITIES & RESOURCES:
Youth news from around Wisconsin
4-H Program Educator
UW-Madison Division of Extension Door County