County Opportunities and Events
Lewis & Clark County 4-H Foundation Sponsorship Request Form
Want to attend a 4-H event but are worried about the cost? Fill out the Sponsorship Request Form and the LCC 4-H Foundation will be in touch!
Become an Ambassador
Applications due October 14, 2022 for 2022-23 Year
- The primary purpose of a 4-H Ambassador is to strengthen the 4-H program through public relations. A 4-H ambassador must conduct himself or herself with integrity in a mature manner that sets a good example by which other 4-H members may follow.
- The Lewis & Clark County Ambassador Program consists of a team of up to eight Ambassadors. Any current 4-H member 13 years old or older who wishes to enhance their leadership skills through, fun, hard work, and involvement in the Lewis & Clark County 4-H Program is welcome to apply.
- Ambassador Application
Lewis & Clark County 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational
Saturday, January 7th, 2023 8:00-5:00 p.m.
Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall and Bill Hamilton Building
3-D will be shot in the 4-H Bill Hamilton Building.
The Adult Fun Shoot fundraiser will take place at the same time as the tournament. There will be one dedicated bale each line for the adults. Two adults per line time. There will be a 5:00 p.m. line time for adults also. If interest is high enough from adults, we may add an additional bale each line time.
Payment- You have the option to pay online through Bow Score or you can pay by check, please include a copy of your registration with the check and mail before the deadline to avoid a late fee.
If you need help registering or have questions, please contact Sam Allen at 406-461-8583
August 14-17, 2021
The main purpose of the camp is to provide an educational and fun learning experience for the members in attendance and also to provide leadership activities for the junior members and adults who are responsible for putting on the event.
- Open to 4-H members age 8-13 years (as of October 1, 2021) and not enrolled as a Cloverbud
- Camper fee for the day camp is $130 and payment can be made out to Lewis & Clark County 4-H Council
- Fees include: transportation, accommodations, meals, activity supplies, and a T-shirt
Registration Forms Due: Friday, July 22nd by 5:00 p.m. to the Extension Office
National 4-H Week
October 2-8, 2022
- Facebook Frame!
In Facebook, just click on your profile photo, and then “Update Profile Picture”
Then select “Add Frame” and search. The frame is called LC4H Week, but you can just type “LC4H” and it will show up.
- Zoom backgrounds
- Printable Sign - What Opportunity Means to Me
Become a Junior Superintendent
October-December each year
- The primary purpose of a 4-H Junior Superintendent is to work with adult county project superintendents in planning events, workshops, and other learning activities.
- The Junior Superintendent has a vote during committee meetings and is the youth voice for individual projects.
- Junior Superintendents are teen leaders in their project area, and are required to uphold the standards as such.
- Any current 4-H member 13 years old or older who wishes to take a more active part in their 4-H project area can approach the adult project superintendent and inquire about availability. The junior superintendent is then voted in at October, November, and December meetings.
- Each project can have up to 5 junior superintendents.
State Opportunities and Events
Sunday, January 15-Tuesday, January 17, 2023
Begin on Sunday, January 15 at 3:00 p.m. and end on Tuesday, January 17 in the early afternoon around 1:30 p.m.
Location- Helena, MT- Seminar activites will take place at Delta Colonial Hotel
Registration Deadline: January 8, 2021 on ZSuites
Click the link above for more information.
Registration is due Monday, January 2, 2023 on ZSuites. There is an $85 registration fee per youth and adult to offset the seminar program costs. The program fee includes all meals for both Montana Citizenship Seminar and the Legislative Breakfast.
The Montana Citizenship Seminar is designed to educate and inspire 4-H youth as they learn and experience the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Delegates participate in a mock trial, create and debate bills, meet with elected officials, and participate in a service learning project.
4-H Legislative Breakfast
January 16-17, 2023
- Registration is due Wednesday, January 4th on ZSuites
Legislative Breakfast is a chance to interact with our state’s politicians and share the impact 4-H has on you and your community. Legislative Breakfast will be held at 6 AM on the morning of January 17th with a preparatory dinner on the evening of January 16th. The prep dinner provides opportunities for youth and adults to practice speaking and prepare for visits with legislators. The cost of this event is $55 per participant ($25 for dinner, and $30 for breakfast). This is an excellent opportunity for any 4-H member who wants to practice for Communications Day or as an activity for Teen Leadership.
October 21-23, 2022
Great Falls, MT
Registration Opens: Wednesday, October 24th
Registration Due Date: Friday, October 11th on ZSuites by 5:00 p.m.
Fall Training is the annual leadership development retreat for Montana 4-H Ambassadors and Teen Leaders. The event is planned, implemented, and evaluated by the State Ambassador Officer Team. Youth will leave the weekend prepared and excited to take the knowledge and skills they have gained and apply them in their counties.
- Registration cost is $175, including lodging (2 to a room) meals Saturday and Sunday breakfast and program cost.
- Participants must be 14+ on or before October 1, 2022
- Registration is through our online enrollment system ZSuites. If registering prior to October 1st, please go and update your personal information and waiver and hit save. After October 1st you can go in and finish your enrollment by choosing your club and projects.
Click the link above for more information.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Montana State University and the Montana State University Extension Service prohibit discrimination in all of their programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and marital and family status. Issued in furtherance of cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics, acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Jeff Bader, Director of Extension, Extension Service, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717