2016 Gold Sponsors
Broken "B" Horse Farm
Friends of Ocean
Max & Marie Albertson
Aaron MacGregor &Associates
Rusty Wheel Acres Inc.
CWK Transport Inc.
Charger Enterprise Inc.
Love Way Benefit Horse Show
Saddle Club News
To support our many club activities we need the help of our members to raise the funds to cover the club expenses. The club raises the money through fundraiser and sponsorships. This year the club will offer detergent, geraniums, and pork patty sales opportunities, and club t-shirts sales.
The Club says, thank you for the excellent participation in the detergent, and geraniums fundraiser! The detergent sales set a new club record. Keep up the good work, as rap up with pork patty sales starting at next club meeting.
Club Sponsorship Opportunities
Vist the sponsorship tab on the menu bar above to see how you can support our club members and activities!
Trams - Saddle club is responsible for organizing tram sign ups for fair this year. We will be opening this up to saddle club member first and then opening it up to other clubs or organizations to participate. To participate, drivers must be 21 year of age and spotters must be 16 years of age.
Benefit for Saddle club members! A Participating driver and spotter may donate $80 per tram shift towards the child of there choice for club sponsorship for 2017. This money can be used towards membership dues &/or sponsorships. Sponsorships & fundraising money gets added together for each member. This is a great way to get first pick on stalls.
Benefits for other clubs or organizations! A Participating driver and spotter may donate to the club or organization of there choice or recieve $40 per tram shift. Each tram shift is approximately 4 hours.
To sign up: Click Here
Join Our Club!
The purpose of a 4-H club is to provide positive youth development experiences to meet the needs of young people through opportunities tied to the Land Grant University knowledge base. Club meetings are led by youth members who hold leadership positions and are supported by one or more adult volunteers. Club meetings typically take place once a month on the 2nd Monday beginning in January through August. Check the calendar for details. The club host several spring and fall horse youth shows for learning, fun, and as a fundraiser to support club activities and awards. During fair week our members can select from a wide range of classes to exhibit what they have learned. Additional club activities may include horse camp for 1 & 2nd year members, horse bowl, horse judging, trail rides, fun shows, learning activities, junior leaders, community service projects, and fund raising.
Read about family involvement in club meetings here. We encourage parents participation to support the club and our members! Share your ideas, skills, and time. Email the advisory board and share your willingness and how you can help. Our club is run and operated by volunteers and is supported by fundraising, sponsorships, and donations.
Want to be a 4-H Saddle Club Member? First click the link below and enroll in 4-H. Next, attend our club meeting in January and follow the information posted on Facebook. If you want to know more download our Survival Guide.