National 4-H Week
October 1st marks the beginning of the each 4-H Year and all 4-H Committees and the Extension Office are excited to get things rolling and started again! Getting enrolled is the first step to making sure you get the information you are planning to be a part of.  Enrollment takes place online at:  (if you type www. the link doesn't work)  
Once enrolled you will need to stop by the office to pick up project books and record book forms if you prefer the paper type.  Or you can keep track of your records in zsuite!  (A training to come soon)
Youth must be enrolled and paid before attending 4-H workshops, meetings, activities to be covered by 4-H insurance. Volunteers also must be enrolled and paid before holding meetings.  
We look forward to the year to come and all the amazing and fun learning opportunities you find for yourself!

New Volunteers


Greetings and Welcome to Gallatin County 4-H!  New Volunteers are always needed for leading and sharing your skills, talents or even just coordinating youth to people with the talents.  I would like to invite all new volunteers (even those from 2020-2021) to participate in the New Volunteer Training on December 18, 2021.  More details will be coming soon, but tentatively plan for the morning.  

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November 9 ULC meeting

November 11 Office closed

November 23 Newsletter blurbs due

November 24-26 Office closed

November 26-28 National 4-H Congress

November 30 Club/Committees 1% due


December 2 Foundation meeting

December 14 ULC meeting

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Greetings from the ULC and Welcome to a new 4-H Year!


We are excited to start the 2021 – 2022 4-H year, working on old ideas and finding new avenues to explore.  We are also very excited to welcome the new ULC adult and youth representatives!


First of all, we would like to congratulate our FIVE National 4-H Congress Representatives, who will be representing Gallatin County and the state of Montana in Atlanta in November.  Way to go!  Second, we would like to thank all of you who promoted 4-H during National 4-H Week.  All of the displays sparked interest!


We are also hard at work.  We are working to revise old goals and set new goals for the 4-H program.  We are also expanding our committee groups and are always looking for project leaders and volunteers to join.  If you are interested, please contact one of the ULC members or the office.  We are working on a yearly calendar so that all of the dates are at your fingertips.  Finally, we are looking at new ways to fundraise and interact as a 4-H community.  Keep your eyes open for plans and ideas as they come down the pipe!


We are looking forward to a great year as we help “Make the Best Better”!


The next Gallatin 4-H Foundation meeting will be held Thursday, December 2nd at the Extension Office @ 6pm. This committee fundraises for higher education scholarships and new clus and projects.  We are looking for youth (ages 14+) to serve spots on this committee. 

Youth complete this application:
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Looking for 1 youth to serve on this committee!  Next meeting is November 3rd at 6pm at the Extension Office.


Fair week was a success! Thank you to all the members, parents and volunteers that made those events possible!


Click on the link below for the digital version of the Fair Thank You Tab.

CLUBS                                                                  back to top
Belgrade Pioneers Club

The Belgrade Pioneers met on Thursday, October 7th at the WB Ranch arena. We started the new year with choosing a committee and having dinner. We had a short business meeting. Four our activity we focused on the 4 H's of 4-H. We had a great start! Our next meeting will be at the WB Ranch Arena on Thursday, November 4th at 6 pm. Do you want to join our awesome club? Please contact Shelly McPhee at or 406-595-4774.


Dab Nabids

Dag Nabids Club is excited for another fun year of activities for youth development and empowerment! We will be kicking off the 4-H year with our first meeting on November 16th from 6:15-7:30pm in Room 138 of the Montana State University Animal Bioscience Building on North 11th Ave.  Moving forward, the typical monthly meeting day will be the second Tuesday of the month from 6:15-7:30pm at the same location unless otherwise noted.  


Please join us and think about running for an office position!  We will have officer speeches and elections at this meeting.  Even if it is your first year, there is a position for everyone.  We’ll need committee members too for planning 2021-2022 4-H goals, community service ideas, social events, and fundraising opportunities.  Invite your friends and learn all about 4-H - there is a project out there for everyone.  


If you have questions, please contact either Belinda Nash (570-5585) or Monika Johnson (579-3211). 



Are you 13 years old or older?  Do you want to help younger members in the County?  Do you like to plan and put on events and attend retreats?   If you are 13 or older and are interested in joining the Teen Leadership project, please sign up on zSuites.  If you have any questions, please contact Shelly McPhee at or 406.595.4774.

Dry Creek-Teens


Our first club meeting was Monday, October 18th at 6:30pm @ Bridge Church in Manhattan. This club meets in Manhattan monthly on the 1st Monday. The programming is tailored to 7th grade and older and we do not specializing in any projects just topics that teach advanced life skills, teen leadership and citizenship. If you have questions, please contact Kelly Pavlik 406-600-1016 or via email

Gallatin Gallopers

The Gallatin Gallopers did not meet in October, but we are ready to get going for the new 4-H year! We will meet on Friday, November 12, at 6pm at Cedar Ridge Equine. Members should bring their Horseless Horse project books and any suggestions you have for workshops and field trips. We will talk about project books and record books, and discuss a good monthly meeting time. Please call, text, or email Cynthia with any questions:  


Gateway Challengers

The Gallatin Gateway had their office election today, we started with a game of don't speak and then our club leader made some announcements, such as club rules and election rules. After that we elected our people for the offices, Natalie Sampson was elected for president, Josie Stuart was elected for vice president, Madalin Black was elected for secretary, Jack Stuart was elected for the reporter, and Tana Trainor was elected to the historian. After this, the meeting was adjourned and the club enjoyed snacks from the Hill family.  The next meeting is November 8, 6:30pm at teh Gateway Community Center.


If you have any questions contact Jessica Black (406) 539-0940 or

Manhattan Clever Clovers


The first meeting is Monday October 25th at 6:00pm @ Bridge Church in Manhattan. This club meeting in Manhattan monthly on the 2nd Monday. We do not specialize in any projects but introduce the members to record keeping, demonstrations/ public speaking, parliamentary procedure and pick fun topics to learn about each month. If your member is 7th grade and older and they’ve been in 4-H previously, we encourage them to join the Dry Creek 4-H Club but please inquire if you are unsure what would be best for your member. We are also seeking an Adult Volunteer to serve as a co-leader to help organize/carry out for this upcoming 4-H year. If you have questions, please contact Kelly Pavlik 406-600-1016 or via email

Saddle Stars

Saddle Stars 4-H will hold their first meeting of the new year Monday, October 8 at 6:30pm at the Bridge Church in Belgrade. 


We welcome everyone to come and see what we’re about. We will be holding officer elections and setting goals and plans for the coming year. 


For more information, email

Or call Tamara Knappenberger (307)214-8336

Shining Mountaineers

The Shining Mountaineers held their club meeting November 1.  We had an icebreaker of Olympic style Rock-Paper-Scissors, followed but our committee meetings where we planned our activities for recreation, fundraising and community service for the year.  It was voted to have our annual Christmas Party sometime the weekend of December 17th, exact date, time and location TBD.  Finally we had a candle ceremony to initiate the new leaders.  The president’s candle was lit and all leaders promised to do their elected position as best they could as the president moved down the line to light everyone’s candles. Our next meeting is December 6th at 6pm at the River Rock Nazarene Church in Belgrade.

For any questions, please contact Patrick Marble at 406-570-5897

Willow Creek Wranglers


The Willow Creek Wranglers met on Tuesday, September 14. We discussed the upcoming 4-H year and are looking forward to a great start.  Our kick off meeting for the 2021-2022   4-H year will be held on Tuesday, October 12.  We will elect new officers and discuss upcoming plans. 


October is the month to sign up for the new 4-H year.  If you have any questions about 4-H, please contact the Willow Creek Wranglers or the Gallatin County 4-H office.  See you in October!  Submitted by Josiah Kessler


For any questions, please contact Katy Hansen at 570-9996 or Sam Cavin at 599-8288.

PROJECTS                                                          back to top
National 4-H Week
2021-2022 Projects



Are you 13 years old or older?  Do you want to help younger members in the County?  Do you like to plan and put on events and attend retreats?   Do you want to be a Gallatin County Ambassador for the 2021 - 2022 4-H year?  If you are 13 or older and are interested in becoming a Gallatin County Ambassador, please complete the application and submit it to the Extension Office or Shelly by October 31.  If you have any questions, please contact Shelly McPhee at or 406.595.4774.


Arts & Crafts

We have a possible new leader for this project!  We will connect with anyone signed up for this project and update with the next newsletter.  

Baking at MSU

Welcome to the new 4-H year!  We are so excited to plan our meetings for this year!  We will meet at the MSU food lab, room #120 in Herrick Hall, located on S. 7th Avenue.  You will receive a SignupGenius email before each meeting to RSVP.  It is important to sign up so that we can plan each meeting accordingly.  There is a 20 member cap for the project, so make sure to sign up before all spots are filled.   


The following dates have been set, but may change if necessary... 11/2/2021, 12/7/2021, 1/4/2022, 2/1/2022, 3/1/2022, 4/5/2022, 5/3/2022.  Come prepared to get a little messy, have a lot of fun, and enjoy some great food prepared by you!


Contact Stephanie Grace with any questions 406-600-7935


Please be sure you’re enrolled in 4H as soon as possible.  Many of you haven’t properly enrolled yet.  


The location and directions of each workshop will be sent to you via text and email.  

November Meeting:
Monday, November 8th @7pm- This meeting will be several stations of fun activities. The most important ones will be starting your record books and how to properly tie up your steer.  Please bring your record books and a pencil. 

December Meeting:
Tuesday, December 7th @ 6:00pm
Health and wellness with Chuteside Vet Clinic. 
This will be a great workshop to talk about keeping your steer safe and healthy! 


January 9th, 2022- Mandatory weigh in and tagging- this will NOT count as a workshop. Your steer MUST be halter broken by this date.  

Text reminders with details will go out if you have sent your cell number to Annabel @ (406)580-9003

PLEASE remember *if you’re more than 10 minutes late for a workshop it will not count for your requirements. 

You are all required to make it to 3 workshops but you’re encouraged to attend more. We will try our best to have one offered every month!


Seth Halverson- (406) 209-1178 

Annabel Morgan (406) 580-9003       

Melanie Duffin    (406) 209-1978  

Lee Nuss            (406) 599-0601


Any questions please all Shawna Oostema at 406-580-7819. 

Cloverbuds (Ages 5-7)

Welcome to 4-H Cloverbuds! We are about to get rolling with our once monthly meetings (November-June). Watch for an email with lots more information! -Erin Neil

Cooking at MSU

Welcome to the new 4-H year!  We are so excited to plan our meetings for this year!  We will meet at the MSU food lab, room #120 in Herrick Hall, located on S. 7th Avenue.  You will receive a SignupGenius email before each meeting to RSVP.  It is important to sign up so that we can plan each meeting accordingly.  There is a 20 member cap for the project, so make sure to sign up before all spots are filled.


The following dates have been set, but may change if necessary... 11/16/2021, 12/16/2021, 1/18/2022, 2/15/2022, 3/22/2022, 4/19/2022, 5/17/2022.  Come prepared to get a little messy, have a lot of fun, and enjoy some great food prepared by you!


Contact Stephanie Grace with any questions 406-600-7935

DLE - Ages 13 and older

I hope that you all have had a good fair and a great summer!  Remember that we are having our planning meeting for the promotion event coming soon.  Please watch for more options on Band. 

If you have any questions,  please contact Shelly McPhee at (email) or 406.595.4774 (text/call).

Dairy Cow

Any questions please all Shawna Oostema at 406-580-7819.

Dog Projects

Dog project meetings typically take place in Feb-July each year.  

Goat- Market

Hi! Welcome to the new 4H year! My name is Gena Johnson, I'm the new leader of the market goat project. Our first meeting will be November 10th at 6:30 bldg 1 at the fairgrounds. We'll be going over goals/expectations for our project as well as some great fundraising opportunities. Hope to see everyone there! Any questions please feel free to reach out to Abby of us on the committee. Gena(406)599-5920 Aimee (406)548-1031 Amy(406)209-2720

Horse Projects

A new 4H year is kicking off and we are excited to get to ride and learn with each of you this year! If you know some horsey friends that have yet to register, please encourage them today! We accept all levels of riders and all types of horses, as long as they are safe and appropriate for the rider! Please note that ALL RIDERS (including those in WRH or Colt to Maturity projects) need to be registered for an appropriate horsemanship level. If you have not register for Horsemanship ( either English or Western), please do so through the 4H office. If you are a new member, please be sure and pick up the Horsemanship manual and Horsemanship Resource Manual at the 4H office, as well as any project specific manuals. 


Please mark your calendars and watch your emails for more information on the following events: 


November 13: 1-4 pm. Assessments and free riding practice at the fairgrounds. In order to move up a level, members must have completed their horsemanship manual activities for that level and be able to demonstrate the skills listed in the manual for that level to an assessor. Members are in the appropriate level when they can no longer consistently do all the skills listed for that level but are working towards mastery of them. Please watch your email for a sign up genius! 


December 12 Informational Meeting: we will review the project requirements as well as hear from several guest speakers on topics related to horse care and safety. You won’t want to miss this meeting! 


The Horse Committee is looking forward to a great year but needs more adult volunteers! Please give us a call to discuss your interests and how you might like to help this year! Sheila Smart, President (406) 539-1806 or Julie Fambro, Secretary (406) 404-9598.



Gallatin Twisters is looking for a new organizational leader!  No, you do not need to know anything about horse drill teams, only how to organize and motivate. 


Over the past five years, Twisters has helped elevate the Gallatin County 4-H horse project, promoted 4-H, and motivated horse project members to continue in the project. Members of Twisters have improved their riding skills as a direct result of being on the team, and they have formed life-long friendships with their teammates. 


The team is established and has contacts and sponsors around the valley and the state. Team organization and expectations are already laid out and in place. Finding a place to practice has not been difficult. 


Gallatin Twisters has performed locally and around the state, competing at different competitions, and placing well!


Funds are available and fundraising has been very successful in the past. They are easy to support!


There is a stockpile of uniforms and costumes, flags, and tack. All of it belongs to Twisters. 


The team has a professionally-designed website that has been updated yearly: They also have a really awesome logo and an active Facebook page.


There is a coach who is planning to return for the 2021-22 season. 


If you are interested or know someone who might be interested, email or call Heidi. 


Leadership (Teens)

Are you 13 years old or older?  Do you want to help younger members in the County?  Do you like to plan and put on events and attend retreats?   If you are 13 or older and are interested in joining the Teen Leadership project, please sign up on zSuites.  If you have any questions, please contact Shelly McPhee at or 406.595.4774.

Call Kris with Questions: 406-539-3760.  Make sure to add to your safelist to recieve the email updates.

Hello everyone. We will not be meeting as a rabbit project in November or December. However, watch your email as we have a fun fundraising opportunity at the beginning of December for the Bozeman Christmas stroll. If anyone has any questions, please feel free to reach out to one of our committee members. 

Cody and Amy Brownell 406-209-4183 406-209-2720

Monica Samson 406-399-1866


Cody Brownell 209-4183

Bok, Bok, welcome to the flock!  Our first meeting will be held at the Gallatin County 4-H Extension office.  You will enter the conference room on the north side of the building.  Walk around the fence, door facing parking lot.

Thursday, November 11th at 6:30.   We will be meeting the 2nd Thursday of each month this year.  Looking forward to seeing everyone.

Shawna Oostema: 406-580-7819,;   

Barbie Huber: 406-559-5950;;   

Judy Neiman: 406-599-0639;   

Shooting Sports

The shooting sports season is fast approaching for 2021 – 2022.  To be eligible to enroll in 4-H Shooting the 4-H member must be 9 by October 1st of 2021.  There are a few items that must completed prior to the season starting.  The following items must be completed and submitted to the discipline leaders before the participant may shoot.  We are also asking that you make additional copies of the paperwork to be given to each of the discipline coaches.

  1. Shooting Sports Fee: $30 per shooting sports project
  2. The following forms must be completed and signed by the shooter and the parent or guardian of the shooter.
    1. Medical Form – Please make copies for all the disciplines the shooter is participating in, as they need to be at the venues.

To access the necessary paperwork, click on the link provided and then click on the bullet for Shooting Sports Paperwork.


Archery will be held at Big Sky Archery, 77 Laura Louise Lane located at the intersection of Baxter Lane and Jackrabbit Lane on Sundays from 1:00 – 5:00 pm.  The archery season will start on Sunday, December 5, 2021. All first year shooters plan to meet at 1pm on December 5th for a mandatory meeting. For more information contact David Miller at 406-451-9942.


Air Rifle and Air Pistol.  The venue for air rifle and air pistol is located at 123 Doe Road in Belgrade.
The season will begin on Wednesday, December 1, 2021, with a mandatory safety meeting at 6:00pm.  For more information contact Bill Ott – 209-2599 or Lee Nelson – 579-0612.


Smallbore Rifle will start at Greenway Range on Friday, December 10, 2021, at 5:00 – 6:30 and Monday, December 20, 2021, from 5:00 – 6:30.  The day for shooting will be selected by the shooters and parents during the county-wide parent meeting.  Greenway range is located at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds, 901 North Black in Bozeman.  Shooters must be 10 years of age by October 1, 2021, to participate.  The number of smallbore shooters will be capped at 25.  The returning shooters will be given priority.  It is a pre-requisite that the shooters have 1 year of Shooting Sports Experience.  We will then establish a waiting list.  For more information contact Scott Francis – 581-6845 or Tom Everett – 570-8878.


Shotgun will start on Sunday, January 9, 2022, at 1:00 pm at Manhattan Wildlife Association Trap Range located at 337 Logan Trident Road in Logan.  There will be a mandatory parent and safety meeting prior to shooting.  All shooters need to attend.  It is strongly recommended that the participant be 10 years of age.  For more information contact Scott Francis – 581-6845.


The Muzzle-loading Project will be determined later in the shooting season. The Hunting & Wildlife Project will be determined later in the year.  Please check newsletter for days and times.  It is recommended but not required that the participants be 12 years of age and have been in Hunter’s Education.  Contact Scott Francis – 581-6845 for more information.

Be sure to get registered early in the registration process!!!!!!


Thank You to our Sponsors


Gallatin County 4-H Shooting Sports is very fortunate to have the support of many individuals and conservation organizations.  We are very fortunate to be recipients of a Friends of NRA Grant for this shooting season of 2021 - 2022.  We will be able to purchase and obtain the needed targets, ammunition, and equipment to serve our programs.  Manhattan Wildlife Association and the Southwest Montana Chapter of SCI have been a tremendous supporter to 4-H Shooting Sports.  They embrace the opportunity to help with youth shooting and provide the venue to offer the various shooting disciplines.  Thank you to these sponsors.  Without their dedication to youth shooting, our shooting sports program could not do what we do for the members of Gallatin County 4-H Shooting Sports.

Volunteers needed:

Gallatin County 4-H Shooting Sports is in desperate need of adults to become certified leaders in the different disciplines that are offered in 4-H Shooting.  We are desperately in need of assistance in archery and shotgun.  In order for us to provide a safe and educational experience, we need your help.  Please consider becoming a leader.  More information on leader trainings will made available as it is received. Please plan to attend.  For more information, please contact Scott Francis – 581-6845.


Questions: Contact the following leaders

Archery – David Miller – 451-9942

Air Rifle/Pistol – Lee Nelson – 579-0612, Bill Ott – 209-2599

Smallbore – Tom Everett – 570-8878, Scott Francis – 581-6845

Shotgun, Hunting & Wildlife – Scott Francis – 581-6845

Muzzle-loading – Bill Ott – 209-2599, Scott Francis – 581-6845

Western Heritage – Todd Kesner – 451-1207


Archery - Big Sky Archery - Sundays
Date Program Time
12/5/2021 Shooting*All first year shooters meet at 1pm 1:00-5:00
12/12/2021 Shooting 1:00-5:00
12/19/2021 Shooting 1:00-5:00
1/2/2022 Shooting 1:00-5:00
1/9/2022 Shooting 1:00-5:00
1/16/2022 Shooting 1:00-5:00
1/23/2022 Shooting 1:00-5:00
1/30/2022 Shooting 1:00-5:00
2/6/2022 Shooting 1:00-5:00
2/13/2022 Fair Shoot 1:00-5:00
2/20/2022 Fair Shoot 1:00-5:00
2/27/2022 Fair Shoot 1:00-5:00
3/4 -3/6/2022 State Shoot TDB
3/13/2022 Awards and Fun Shoot 1:00-3:00
Air Rifle/Air Pistol: 123 Doe Road, Belgrade: Wednesdays
Date Program Time
12/1/2021 Shooting 6:00-8:00
12/8/2021 Shooting 6:00 -8:00
12/15/2021 Shooting 6:00 -8:00
1/5/2022 Shooting 6:00 -8:00
1/12/2022 Shooting 6:00 -8:00
1/19/2022 Shooting 6:00 -8:00
1/26/2022 Shooting 6:00 -8:00
2/2/2022 Shooting 6:00 -8:00
2/9/2022 Shooting 6:00 -8:00
2/16/2022 Fair Shoot 6:00 -8:00
2/23/2022 Fair Shoot 6:00-8:00
2/2/2022 Shooting 6:00-8:00
3/4-3/6/2022 State Match TBD
Smallbore - Greenway Range - Mondays
Date Program Time
Organizational meeting
5:00 - 6:30
1/3/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
1/10/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
1/17/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
1/24/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
1/31/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
2/7/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
2/14/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
2/21/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
2/28/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
3/5/2022 State Match 8:00 - 4:00
Smallbore - Greenway Range - Fridays
Date Program Time
12/10/2021 Organizational meeting 5:00 - 6:30
12/17/2021 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
1/7/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
1/14/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
1/21/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
1/28/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
2/4/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
2/11/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
2/18/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
2/25/2022 Shooting 5:00 - 6:30
3/5/2022 State Match 8:00 - 4:00
Shotgun - Manhattan Wildlife Association - Logan - Sundays
Date Program Time
1/9/2022 Safety Meeting &  Trap Shooting 1:00-3:00
1/16/2022 Trap Shooting 1:00-3:00
1/23/2022 Trap Shooting 1:00-3:00
1/30/2022 Trap Shooting 1:00-3:00
2/6/2022 Trap Shooting 1:00-3:00
2/13/2022 Trap Shooting 1:00-3:00
2/20/2022 Trap Shooting 1:00-3:00
2/27/2022 Trap Shooting 1:00-3:00
3/6/2022 Trap Shooting - State Shoot 1:00-3:00
3/13/2022 Trap Shooting 1:00-3:00
3/20/2022 Trap Shooting 1:00-3:00
3/27/2022 Trap Shooting 1:00-3:00
4/3/2022 Trap Shooting 1:00-3:00
4/10/2022 Trap Shooting 1:00-3:00
4/17/2022 No Shooting - Easter 1:00-3:00
4/24/2022 Trap Shooting 1:00-3:00
  Skeet & Sporting Clays TBD  
  Competitions TBD  
Vet Science

Greetings and Welcome to the Veterinary Science Project!


We will be kicking off the 4-H year with our first meeting on November 4th from 6-7pm at the 4-H Extension office located at the Fairgrounds.  Moving forward the typical monthly meeting day will be the first Tuesday of the month from 6-7pm at the 4-H Extension office.  


At our first meeting we’ll discuss what you’d like to learn this year and how in-depth our studies and fun should take us.  Through the year we'll look at animal body styles, systems, breeds and life stages; explore various animal basic needs and health/safety; explore biosecurity; identify the transfer of diseases between animals and humans; review what an animal health management plan may look like by developing accurate health records for our animals and pets;  we'll consider ethics and animal welfare; through a field trip(s) and/or guest speaker(s) we'll look at  the use of veterinary technology and procedures; and explore the many careers of animal and veterinary science type degrees. 


If you have any questions please call  Monika Johnson at 579-3211 
JaNaie' Godin, 4-H Agent
Colyn Wiening, 4-H Assistant
Kari Ballenger, Extension Administrative Assistant

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Montana State University and the Montana State University Extension 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, Cody Stone, Director of Extension, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717. 
To request disability accommodation or to inform us of special needs, please contact the Extension Office at 406-582-3280  five (5) working days before the event.

JaNaie’ Godin

Gallatin County 4-H Agent

Gallatin County MSU Extension | 903 North Black Ave | Bozeman, MT 59715

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