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Upcoming Events & Deadlines
Steer Validation .................................. June 11 4-H State Roundup ....................... June 13-17 Recordbooks Due .............................. June 16 Award Applications Due ..................... June 16 Scholarship Applications Due ............ June 16 State Fair Broilers Due ....................... June 20 District 11 Leader Lab ................... June 20-22 County & Major Show Turkeys Due ... June 30 District 11 Jr Leader Lab ....................... July 7 Award Interviews ................................. July 12
2011
sanpatri@ag.tamu.edu ~~ San-Patricio-TX.tamu.edu
Contestants wanted for 2012 A&H Show Steer Carcass Division
feeding and meat production contest. No halter breaking required.
Tag & Weigh in will be Sunday, June 26
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm Amiga’s Feed Lot, Edroy, TX
(Subject to change)
Contact Karen Ivey at 361-215-2182 or kti@spmwd.net for more information.
Scholarship Opportunities Available for participating FFA, 4-H and FCCLA Seniors.
Exhibitors for 2012 San Patricio/Aransas
County A&H Show
WHAT: Commercial Heifer Pen of 3            Show & Sale 
WHEN: Tagin will be October 15, 2011 WHERE: Hamilton Ranch, Marathon              Road ENTRY FEE: $60.00 per pen of 3
Heifers cannot weigh more than   700 lbs at tag in.  
Call Rob Thomas at 361/5371440   for more information.  
Mark your calendar! 4-H Achievement Night
Saturday, August 27, 2011
VALIDATION SCHEDULE FOR 2011
CARCASS STEERS: TBA
GOATS: October 22 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
SHEEP: October 22 8:00 - 10:00 am
HOGS: November 12 8:00 am-12:00 pm
November 19 8:00 am-12:00 pm
Rabbits: TBA
Record book forms available from the Extension Office.
4-H Council Scholarship Applications due June 16, 2011. Details of scholarship are attached.
4-H Award Applications due June 16. Details of Awards & Opportunities are attached.
Record book covers are also available at the County Extension office. Cost for each cover is $3.00.
All forms can be found online at: http://san-patricio-tx.tamu.edu
RECORD BOOKS DEADLINE: JUNE 16, 3:00 pm
MUST BE COMPLETED!
STARTING AT 3:00 PM.
There are still several photos  from the District Photography  Contest at the Extension Office  to be picked up.  If you have not  picked yours up, please come by 
the office to do so. 
Chairman Ariana Barajas
Secretary Tiffani Jurach
Treasurer Cooper Brown
Reporter Terra Hogue
June 11, 2011
A&H Show steer validation and Major Show steer validation will take place Saturday, June 11, 2011 from 8 am to noon at the San Patricio Livestock Show Grounds (Animal Barn). All steer projects must be validated regardless of which shows you will be entering. Validation does not mean your entered at validation.
THERE WILL BE NO LATE STEER VALIDATION!!!
Also, if a parent will not be able to attend validation, there is a form that MUST be signed
before the day of validation!
ADRIAN’S  CORNER 
 
If anybody needs help  finding sheep and goat  projects, call the office to let me  know.  I will be driving the country  looking for animals. 
  Adrian Arredondo  County Extension Agent  4H & Youth Development  San Patricio County 
2012 TURKEY ORDER INFORMATION
Major Show Turkeys
(Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, or the Star of Texas Fair and Rodeo)
4-Her’s who plan to exhibit turkeys in any of the above 2012 major shows need to place their orders by June 30th. Poult price is $4.00. Minimum order of 5 and maximum order of 75 must be ordered per family. The arrival date for birds is for sometime in October, 2011.
County Show Turkeys Orders for 4-Her’s who are planning to show turkeys in the 2012 A&H Show need to place their order by June 30th. Poult price is $4.00. The arrival date for birds is for sometime in October, 2011. Watch future newsletter for date.
Order forms for Major and A&H show turkeys are enclosed; please send the completed order form and payment to the County Extension Office on or before deadline date. If ordering County Turkeys ONLY, fill out the A&H Show Order Form. If ordering County AND Major Show Turkeys, fill out the Major Show Order Form ONLY.
State 4-H Shooting Sports Games--Archery July 17-23, 2011
National Shooting Sports Complex, San Antonio Please contact Staci Frerich at 364-4168 by June 4th, if interested in registering.
Only a coach can register participants for this event.
Archery Registration Information Found at: http://texas4-h.tamu.edu/library/files/youth_ss_events_state_games_worksheet.pdf
State Indoor Archery Results
6th place - Parker Seago
Intermediate Compound Class B
6th place - Nicholas Walls
7th place - Riley Seago
Congratulations to everyone!
July 2011 District 11 Jr Leader Lab - July 7 Award Interviews - July 12 U
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Steer Validation
Recordbooks, 4-H Scholarship,
Turkeys Deadline
 
 
 
NO PHONE ORDERS  Please make check payable to San Patricio 4H Council and mail to: 
Texas AgriLife Extension Service 
219 N. Vineyard 
Sinton, TX  78387 
 
4-H Horse Project Bandera County
2011 Youth Rodeo Series Mansfield Park Arena
Dates: April 23rd, May 14th, June 11th, June 18th
July 16th Awards Must Attend 3 0f 5
To be eligible for awards
Entry Fees: Goats $15 Barrels $10
Straights $10 Poles $10 Stakes $10
Exhibitions 3 for $10 *Barrel Exhibitions run before rodeo *
Age Groups: 8 & Under, 9-13, 14-18
Age as of April 23, 2011
FMI Contact Dina Buettner 830-796-1363 or Kim Fulenwider 210-422-7474
2011 Texas 4-H Golf Challenge
WHAT: A two-day event that focuses on three main program areas: Rules and
Etiquette of Golf, Golf Course/Turf Grass Management, Sports Nutrition Curriculum
WHO: Any youth between 11-18
(do not have to be enrolled in 4-H)
WHERE: Texas A&M Golf Course
College Station, TX WHEN: June 20-21, 2011
Day1: Workshops, golf pro clinic, evening social with dinner
Day 2: 18 hole Golf Challenge
COST: $120 per team
REGISTRATION: Opened on 4-H Connect April 1st and will close on June 1st
(www.texas4h.org)
Rockport Beach
All 4-H’ers 9 to 13 years old are encouraged to attend this Fun Filled event! The fee is TBA.
4-H CONNECT Registration: closes June 20, 2011
22nd ANNUAL 4-H TEAM ROPING SCHOOL June 23-26, 2011
Levelland, Texas
South Plains College
This school will be directed at the development of roping and horsemanship skills of youngsters 12 years old to 18 years (as of August 31, 2010).
The cost of the school will be $300.00 per students plus a $25.00 stall deposit. A maximum of one horse per applicant due to limited number of stalls. This includes meals from Thursday evening through Sunday at breakfast, 3 nights lodging, stall rent, instruction, insurance, a cattle charge and refreshments.
Chaperons may attend. Cost for an adult leader chaperon is $150.00. If chaperon brings a horse, add a $25.00 stall fee.
You may pick up application forms at the County Extension Office.
If your address changes, PLEASE correct it on
4-H Connect: https://texas.4honline.com.
The address needs to be corrected on the family profile AND in each individual’s profile. The labels for the newsletter and other miscellaneous mailings are generated by the information entered by you or your family. Don’t risk missing out on the monthly 4-H newsletter or other important mailings!
May News
Home Grown 4-H ..................... McKenna Miller Meeting called to order. Miles Miller read Psalms 27:4 for the bible reading. Ryan Stark led Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H Pledge. Levi Stark introduced photography contest judges: Michelle and Kristen. Zach, the extension agent for Nueces, talked about 4-H and competitions. Results of photo competition were announced. Meetings dismissed for summer. Mathis 4-H ................................... Sarah Simmons On May 9,2011, Ariana Barajas called the Mathis 4-H Club's monthly meeting to order at 7:04 p.m. Ryan and Darren Sikes led the club in the U.S. Pledge, as well as the Motto, Pledge, and Prayer. Luke Person did the icebreaker. Ariana Barajas gave the inspiration. Ryan Sikes called roll and read minutes. Darren Sikes gave the Treasurer's report. Terra Hogue gave the council report. The club decided to pay $100 for the club's next year's County Council officer training. The club also decided to have hamburgers and hotdogs for the Lake Party, and the club decided that the party should be from 11:00a.m.- 8:00p.m. Ariana Barajas also reminded the club that the Achievement Banquet is on Saturday, August 27,and there will be a dance afterwards. She also read newsletter announcements, and adjourned the meeting at 7:34p.m. Portland 4-H .............................. Jennifer Polasek On May 8, the Portland 4-H was called to order at 3:00 by Emily Stroman. She led us into the pledges, motto and prayer. Mikayla Picha called roll and Meagen Burdock gave the treasurer’s report. New members were introduced. Emily discussed important reminders and events from the monthly newsletter, such as achievement awards, validations, and upcoming camps. We congratulated Alison Smallwood for her participation and awards for the county and district photography contests. We voted for 2011- 2012 club officers. We thanked everyone for their help for the Windfest Parade as it was a nice success and we won 2nd place float. It was voted that we plan our presale carwash for the weekend that school starts in August and we will get tickets out over the summer. Mrs. Garcia spoke about recordbooks and the Anderson Bean Boots. She also reminded everyone that if they were interested, there is still a few days to register for roundup. Refreshments were brought by Emily Stroman. Tyler Wyatt motioned to adjourn the meeting and Taylor Wyatt second it. Taft 4-H ....................................... Corinna Mendez The Taft 4-H Club met on Monday May 9th at the Taft Jr. High Cafeteria. The meeting was called to order by Hailey Robinette, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Jonathan Martinez, 4-H Motto and 4-H Pledge led by Emma Garza then 4-H Prayer led by Katlyn Lopez. Kelsey Robinette called roll and read the minutes from the last meeting. Daniel Cullison gave the Treasurer’s report. Kelsey also gave the County Council report. We welcomed one new member. New officers were elected for the 2011-2012 year; results are as follows: President - Kelsey Robinette, 1st Vice-President – Lindsey Floerke, 2nd Vice-President – Rylie Robertson, Council Delegate – Hailey Robinette, Secretary – Corinna Mendez, Treasurer – Andy Polasek, Historian – Daniel Cullison, Reporter – Allison Vanecek, Parliamentarian – Brian Campion. Our graduating Seniors were recognized. Meeting was adjourned and pizza was served.
You can email your club news to the following address: sanpatri@ag.tamu.edu
By the 15th of the month
TEXAS 4-H AGE CATEGORIES (9-1-10 through 8-31-11)
Clover Kids: 5 thru 8 (in kinder through 2nd grade)
Juniors: 8 & in 3rd grade, 9, 10 on Aug. 31, 2010
Intermediates: 11, 12, 13 as of Aug. 31, 2010
Seniors: 14,15, 16, 17 18 as of Aug. 31, 2010
Don’t mess up your chances for next years show! To be eligible to compete in the A&H Show in any division (including Homemaking) you must attend at least 60 % of
your regular club meetings. Attendance for the 2012 Show started January 2011. You must also meet UIL academic eligibility requirements by passing all of your school classes.
PICTURES WANTED!!!
Pictures are needed for our upcoming Achievement Banquet. Pictures should be from the 2010-
2011 year. You may bring by a photo c-d, bring in your memory card, drop off originals to be scanned & returned or e- m a i l d i g i t a l p h o t o ’ s t o sanpatri@ag.tamu.edu.
Don’t be the only family without photos in the presentation!
WANT SOMETHING COOL TO DO THIS SUMMER?
Prime Time 2011- This camp is designed especially for youth ages 9-13 with opportunities to meet new friends, develop new skills, and learn how to work with others.
Two sessions of Prime Time ’11 are scheduled.
Prime Time I - July 24-27, 2011 - ages 12-13 Prime Time II - July 27-30, 2011- ages 9-11
The total early registration fee for participants is $220.00 for the 3 night, 4 day event. Early registration is This cost covers all meals, lodging, refreshments, health care services, facility and programming fees. To register go to: http://texas4hcenter.tamu.edu.
The 4-H Center is a fully accredited ACA (American Camping Association) facility and boasts modern, air conditioned dorms, full service dining hall and other amenities.
SpecTra 2011 - This week long camp for teens focuses around project enhancement, career exploration, and personal/professional development.
The Schedule for SpecTra ‘11 will begin on Monday, July 18 and conclude Friday July 22, 2011. Total cost for SpecTra ‘11 is $300.00. This fee includes all lodging, meals, program fees, t-shirt, snacks, and limited accident insurance. To register go to: http://texas4hcenter.tamu.edu and full payment will be assessed at the time of registration. Participants must be no younger than 14 and no older than 18. Registrations will not be accepted by fax or e-mail.
2011 TCFA Junior Fed Beef Challenge  
July 30, 2011  West Texas A&M University 
Canyon, Texas   
Open to all youth 3rd through 12th grades, the  objective of the Junior Fed Beef Challenge is to 
 
or at the County Extension Office. 
Mission Possible: A camp for youth with and without disabilities
July 68, 2011  Texas 4H Conference Center 
 
A minimum of 10 4H Camp Mentors will be selected to assist with Mission Possible.  4H Camp Mentors reside in the  dorms & participate in all camp activities.  As a Mentor, they may be asked to work individually with a camper needing  special attention or with the entire group.  Mentors will shadow the 4H Conference Center Counselor and be available  to assist in whatever capacity that is needed.  Mission Possible is a unique camping experience for all your; special 
effort is made to recruit youth with special needs.   
Applications can be picked up from the County Extension Office or found online at:     http://texas4hcenter.tamu.edu 
4-H Livestock Ambassador Short Course
July 18th  21, 2011  Texas A&M University 
Beef Center  And  
Animal and Food Sciences Bldg.   
 
Applications posted at:    http://d24h.tamu.edu    or available at the Extension Office. 
The Texas 4H Livestock Ambassador Program will equip youth  with the knowledge and skills to become ambassadors for Texas  AgriLife Extension Service, the Texas 4H program and animal 
science as it relates to livestock projects. 
A 4H Livestock Ambassador is an outstanding student that has  completed the 4H Livestock Ambassador Short course and is 
willing to assist 4H families in their counties with their livestock  projects. 
M*A*S*H* CAMP 2011
The Medical, Activity, Safety and Health Camp provides an
opportunity for youth to learn about nutrition, physical activity, health and safety, as well as explore a variety of
careers available in the health education field. The three-day, two-night camp will be conducted at
Texas A&M University in College Station, June 28-30.
The camp is open to any youth in Texas that is in the 7th, 8th, or 9th grade.
Camp highlights include: i Learn about MyPyramid
i Daily exercise experiences i Food Challenge experience
i Interaction with hospital and emergency medical personnel
i Full emergency triage experience Camp activities for youth will include: i Learn how to take vital signs
i Wound and injury care i Surgical and emergency room procedures
i Dental care i Medication compounding
For more info go to : http://texas4hcenter.tamu.edu/summer_camps_&_programs/
index.php
Welder Wildlife Foundation Sinton, TX
The camp is open to students who have completed the 9th grade or higher. Campers study wildlife and plant identification, hunting as a management tool, species diversity, conservation ethics, wildlife capture and survey techniques, wildlife tracking, predator-prey dynamics, white-tailed deer management, fishing, hunter safety, shooting skills and much more. Campers especially enjoy the opportunity to interact with wildlife professionals and college students majoring in a variety of wildlife and conservation fields. Students considering careers in the natural sciences are strongly encouraged to attend! Applications are available at the Extension Office. Go to the Texas Chapter of The Wildlife Society’s website http://www.tctws.org/ to download an application or for more information.
Howard College Goat & Lamb Camp Goat Camp: June 5, 6 & 7 2011
Lamb Camp: June 12, 13 & 14, 2011
Howard College Agriculture Dept.
Fee: $85.00 per person for meals and awards. Each entrant will receive a camp cap or tee shirt. Camp participants must be nine years old or entering the third grade.
DEADLINE: Only the first 200 Paid Entries will be Accepted - Get them in early! No Refunds after May 1st. Participants should make reservations at the area hotel of their choice. Adult supervision required.
Information and Registration forms for the above camps are available at the Extension Office or you can go to:
http://www.howardcollege.edu/
2011 AGGIELAND Lamb & Goat Camp
A three day program dedicated to teaching parents and students the fundamentals of feeding, nutrition, health, facilities, selection and showmanship!
Lamb Camp: July 15-17, 2011 Goat Camp: July 22-24, 2011
Ages 8 years old and older.
Registration must be completed online at: http://animalscience.tamu.edu/academics/sheep-goats/sheep-center/youth-camps/index.htm
4-H Recordbooks
due Thursday, June 16
Recordbook forms are available at the Extension Office or online at:
http://san-patricio-tx.tamu.edu/
Recordbook covers are also available at the County Extension office. Cost for each cover is $3.00.
Remember you must complete and submit a fully completed recordbook by June 16 to be eligible for 4-H Awards, 4- H year pins, 4-H Council Scholarship and the Ambassador Program. Interviews will be held on July 12.
219 N. Vineyard Sinton, Texas 78387
361/364-6234 - office
Remember fully completed recordbooks submitted on or before June 16 must have the following requirements. Personal Information Page
4-H Story and Photo Portfolio
Texas 4-H Report Form
4-H Resume (seniors only)
Fully completed recordbooks that do not have the above requirements will not be eligible for 4-H year pins. Also recordbooks not fully completed will not be eligible for 4-H Awards, 4-H Council Scholarship and Ambassador Interviews.
Only fully completed recordbooks will be accepted. No Exception!
Educational programs of Texas AgriLife Extension Service are open to all people without regard to race, color, sex, disability, religion, age, or national origin.
A&H SHOW TURKEY ORDER FORM  (For turkeys to be shown at the County Show ONLY)
Deadline: June 30, 2011 
 
   
 
NO PHONE ORDERS 
  Please make check payable to San Patricio 4H Council and mail to: 
Texas AgriLife Extension Service 
Attn: County Turkey Orders 
Arrival Date for Birds:  Later part of October, 2011 
MAJOR SHOW TURKEY ORDER FORM  (Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, 
or the Star of Texas Fair and Rodeo) 
Deadline: June 30, 2011 
 
Number of Poults ______X $4.00 = $ ____________ 
 
NO PHONE ORDERS   
 
Arrival Date for Birds:  Later part of October, 2011 
1. Application completed and returned to the San Patricio County Extension Office by June 16, 2011. 2. Record Book completed and turned in to the San Patricio County Extension Office by June 16, 2011. 3. Must be an active 4-H member until end of senior year. Club attendance will be checked and applicant
must have a minimum of 3 present for the January-May meetings of senior year. 4. Applicants must participate in an interview scheduled for July 12, 2011. 5. Three (3) letters of recommendation.
a prominent person in the community; your 4-H leader; and your High School Principal, Counselor or Teacher
Gold Star Award The Gold Star Award is the highest award a 4-H’er can receive at the County level. It is given only one time to a 4-H’er. The purpose of the achievement is to recognize outstanding leadership and contribution to the County 4-H program. To be eligible, one must meet these requirements:
Be a senior 4-H club member (15-19 years old, age at time of application) Must have completed at least three years of 4-H club work including the current year Must be an active 4-H member during the current year Must submit a record book Must submit an Awards Application Form with the record book Must complete an interview
Silver Star Award The Silver Star Award is equivalent to the Gold Star but will be awarded to an intermediate aged 4-H member (11-13 years old, age as of Aug. 31, 2010). The requirements are the same as above.
Bronze Star Award The Bronze Star Award is equivalent to the Silver and Gold Star but will be awarded to a junior aged 4-H member (8-10 years old, age as of Aug. 31, 2010). The requirements are the same as above except the member must have two or more years in the 4-H program.
Rookie Girl and Rookie Boy Award This award will go to first year 4-H members based on involvement in club and project work. Member must submit a record book for competition and complete an interview to be eligible. Juniors, intermediates, and senior members are eligible.
“I Dare You” Award This award will go to 4-H members based on their leadership and commitment to community service. Member must submit a record book for competition and complete an interview to be eligible. Any youth between the ages 15-18 who have completed their freshman year in high school is eligible.
County Medals Every member who completes a record book for competition will be awarded a county medal. A 4-H club member must meet these requirements:
(a) Members must be currently enrolled in 4-H Club work (b) Attend at least 75% of the regular 4-H meeting (c) Must have a project (d) Participate in 4-H club activities (e) Complete his or her record on respective project and turn in a complete record book into the
County Extension office for County Record Book Competition. Incentive Awards 4-H’ers must carry the same project 2 years to be eligible for an incentive award. These winners will be determined by their growth, leadership and development as shown in the record. A 4-H’er can only receive an incentive award one time in one particular project. A 4-H Club member to be eligible to receive the 4-H Incentive Award must meet these requirements:
(a) Members must be currently enrolled in 4-H Club work (b) Attend at least 75% of the regular 4-H meeting (c) Must have a project…