UCCE Capitol Corridor, Solano 4-H
The weather looks favorable!
WE ARE A GO for the Solano County 4-H Trunk or Treat TONIGHT, Saturday, October 23!
The event will be entirely outdoors, so dress accordingly.
Welcome to Solano County 4-H!
Solano 4-H "Re-Opening" plan
As of June 1, 2021:
The State of California announced that Solano County has moved from the less-restrictive Red Tier (Tier 2) to moderate Orange Tier (Tier 3).
Conduct meetings/programs/workshops virtually when possible.
Capacity for indoor and outdoor limits must be followed.
Capacity for indoor and outdoor meetings/programs/workshops is limited to 50% or 200 people, whichever is less and based on the facility's capacity. Maintain at least 6' of distance from others.
You may hold 4-H meetings indoor and outdoor in-person if ALL of the following “Procedures for 4-H Meetings during COVID-19” are followed:
*Wear Face Masks
*Participants Monitor Health with temperature checks & watching for symptoms
*Social Distance – Maintain at least 6’ of distance from others
*Do Not Share Items
*Maintain Meeting Participation Record
If the procedures cannot be maintained or 4-H Volunteer Leaders do not feel comfortable delivering programming in person, the project may continue to deliver programming in a Virtual/Distance delivery model.
Our priority is ensuring the safety of the young people in the 4-H program, their families, 4-H Volunteers and our community. To that end, the State 4-H Program has created a site called California 4-H at Home to share 4-H activities you can do from home, either online or offline. Additionally, updates on the status of statewide and national events are posted on the site at https://ucanr.edu/sites/ca4H/.
Locally, as we gather opportunities and resources to support virtual program delivery, information and links will be posted at: 4-H Virtual Programming Resources
In order to ensure project meetings abide by local and state guidelines, all Adult Volunteer Leaders must review the safety materials on the COVID-19 Training page before working with the youth members.
For up to date information, updated each Tuesday, click on the following link: https://covid19.ca.gov/safer-economy/
ANR COVID-19 Safety Protocols & Occupancy Limits
Capacity = Area of Room divided by 36 sq. ft. per person
** Please note **
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My Head to clearer thinking,
My Heart to greater loyalty,
My Hands to larger service, and
My Health for better living, for
My Club, my Community,
My Country and my World.
What is 4-H?
The Solano County 4-H program helps young people, ages 5-19, reach their fullest potential as competent, confident individuals who contribute to and are connected with their communities.
In 4-H programs, youth serve in leadership roles where they set goals, develop plans, complete projects, and reflect on their experiences.
Learn by doing activities, youth-adult partnerships, and research-based educational programs help young people enhance their leadership abilities and develop a wide range of other life skills.
For more information on how you can become involved in 4-H, please complete this Information Survey.
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - Noon
1:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.
(Closed for Lunch)
It is the policy of the University of California (UC) and the UC Division of Agriculture & Natural Resources not to engage in discrimination against or harassment of any person in any of its programs or activities (Complete nondiscrimination policy statement can be found at http://ucanr.edu/sites/anrstaff/files/215244.pdf) Inquiries regarding ANR’s nondiscrimination policies may be directed to UCANR, Affirmative Action Compliance & Title IX Officer, University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources, 2801 Second Street, Davis, CA 95618, (530) 750-1397.