We Want To Highlight Our Seniors!


All of us here in the office are so proud of the hard work you have put in to get to where you are, congratulations! We only need a few items from you in order to give you the recognition you deserve.


Newspaper Recognition: We like to recognize our 4-H Graduates in the newspaper tab, it’s the insert that goes out after the fair in August. 

Please send via email to gallatin4h@montana.edu.

-a senior photo labeled with your name

-a narrative that includes information about yourself (what high school you graduated from, how many years you were in 4-H, 4-H Projects over the years, 4-H impact on your life, plans after graduation)  This should be about 100 words. It should be done in the third person narrative.


Senior Board: You'll be asked to bring a poster to showcase you! You can use any senior boards you have made for school.


Recognition Ceremony: Submit a narrative about yourself (it can be the same narrative you submit for the newspaper tab) and join us at the NWFCS Tent at the end of the Round Robin Event on Sunday, July 24th at 2:00pm for our Senior Recognition Ceremony. You and your parents/guardians will be introduced, the information you submit will be read, and you will receive a surprise!


Please send the above items as soon as possible, but no later than June 15.



We are only 46 days away from the 2022 Big Sky Country State Fair!


The Extension Office sent out a Fair Registration via emails with all the information you will need to plan and prepare for the fair. The 2022 Fairbook, "Are You Ready for Fair Checklist," Fair Registration instructions, Record Book Interview signups and MORE were all included in those emails.


Fair Registration Closes: Friday, June 17th at 5pm


Record Books Due to Office: Wednesday, July 6th at 5pm


If you have any questions, please contact the office. We can't wait to see your exhibits!




Registration for Montana 4-H Congress is now open and will close June 15th, log into your ZSuite account to register. 


Youth must be at least 13 years old as of October 1, 2021 to attend State 4-H Congress. 


Please check your email for the "State 4-H Congress - Calling All Superheros" promotional presentation for more detailed information about registration and events planned at congress. Congress is great fun, an opportunity to learn fantastic skills to last a lifetime, make new friends from all over the state, and is a highlight of the 4-H year. 

4-H Café Help Wanted

The money earned from the concessions is a large part of helping youth and volunteers attend events, fund projects and much more! Your couple of hours is so helpful to making 4-H successful. We are looking for youth ages 8 and older to work in the 4-H Concessions Stand during Fair Week! Youth 8-11 years old must be accompanied by an adult. (Please make sure to sign up for an adult slot. If the adult slot is filled, please select another time.) Café Help SignUp: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c084da9a92aabfe3-concessions


Additionally, we have a few more needs for the Café this year!

  • Student Managers: We are looking for 2 student managers to aid and help the manager. Duties will include prepping food, cooking, cleaning, and managing.
  • Concessions Manager or Managers: Do you have a day or two or even the entire week to be a concessions manager? The concession stand will open Monday, July 18. Monday and Tuesday it will be open 8:00 am - 8:00 pm. Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday it will be open 8:00 am - 11:00pm, Friday it will be open 8:00 am - around midnight. (Friday is Market Sale Night, so it will be open for the duration of the sale or until we run out of food.) Sunday, July 24, it will open at 8:00 am and will be done when everything is cleaned up and cleaned out, usually 7 or 8 pm.
  • These positions have monetary compensation. Contact Shelly McPhee (ksmcphee0315@gmail.com or 406-595-4774) for more information or if you are interested.




Keep an eye out for an email coming your way soon with details and registration link for our upcoming 4-H Summer Camp.


When: August 1- 4, 2022

Where: Yellowstone Alliance Adventures

Theme: "Mystery"



Join the fun! We are looking for adult volunteers to serve as camp chaperones. We need both male and female chaperones, age 21 and older. Adult chaperones provide supervision, enthusiasm and inspiration for both campers and counselors. Camp is planned and implemented by a group of teen counselors, under the guidance of their directors. Adult chaperones support this team to ensure camp is safe, fun and educational. We are looking for adults to serve 24 hours, the entire week or somewhere in between.


If you are interested in learning more about being a camp chaperone, contact Shelly McPhee (ksmcphee0315@gmail.com or 406-595-4774) for more information or if you are interested.

EVENTS                                                                back to top 


JUNE 7  ULC Meeting


JUNE 11  4-H Outdoor Education Day


JUNE 15  Montana 4-H Congress Registration CLOSES


JUNE 15  Graduating Senior Recognition Submissions DUE 


JUNE 15  All Species Workshop - Marketing w/ Buyers and Learn about the Sale @ 6:30pm, Animal Bioscience Building (MSU Campus)


JUNE 17  Fair Registration CLOSES


JUNE 20  All Species Workshop - Project Interviewing @ 6:30pm, Animal Bioscience Building (MSU Campus)


JUNE 23  Newsletter Blurbs DUE



JULY 6 ALL Record Books Due to Office

JULY 13-16 Montana 4-H State Congress

JULY 14-15 Record Book Interviews

JULY 16-24 Big Sky Country State Fair


AUGUST 1- 4 Gallatin County 4-H Summer Camp

COMMITTEES                                                      back to top

At their May meeting, the Unlimited Leaders Council elected a new President-Elect, Mr. Aaron Pruitt. Prior discussion on the potential change of the member enrollment deadline from May 1 to March 1 starting in the 2022-2023 4-H Year was continued. The policy and procedures committee is currently drafting up that policy change with other edits as well.


In other business, the Committee discussed State 4-H Congress logistics, Awards Night, fundraising opportunities at MSU sports events, and needs for 4-H Cafe and 4-H Camp. 


ULC now meets the first Tuesday of every month, with our next meeting on June 7th at 6pm at the Extension Office.


The Committee decided to have a July meeting instead of an August meeting due to 4-H Camp conflict and taking graduating seniors to colleges. Meeting will be the first Tuesday, July 5th, and they will skip the August meeting that was scheduled for August 2nd.

The Foundation Committee met on May 26th and voted to award 6 scholarships this year to graduating seniors pursuing higher education! Scholarship recipients have been sent Award Notification letters via email and mail. 
Scholarship recipients and graduating seniors will be recognized during Fair during the Market Sale (July 22nd) and during the Senior Recognition Ceremony (July 24th). 
The next Gallatin 4-H Foundation meeting  will be held August 25th at the Extension Office @ 6pm. This committee fundraises for higher education scholarships and new clubs and projects.  

The Gallatin County 4-H/FFA Livestock Committee met on May 24th. They discussed the Fair Registration, Avian Flu, and the logistics of the Market Sale scheduled for July 22nd, 2022.
The next meeting is June 28th at 6pm at the Extension Office.
CLUBS                                                                  back to top
Belgrade Pioneers Club

The Belgrade Pioneers 4-H club had our club meeting on May 5, 2022. The dinner theme for May was Blue and Gold. We met with our committees while we ate dinner.  We had our business meeting. Our activity was a guest speaker - a newly graduated veterinarian named Nicole. Our next club meeting will be June 2, 2022,  at 6:00 at the WB Ranch Arena. If you have any questions, please contact Shelly McPhee - belgradepioneers@gmail.com (email), ksmcphee0315@gmail.com (email), or 406-595-4774 (text).

Dab Nabids

The Dag Nabids 4-H club met at the MSU Animal Bioscience building room 138 at 6:15 on Tuesday, May 10. The club discussed 4-H record books (z-suite or handwritten) and project workbooks deadlines (July 6).  All members were encouraged to sign up for fair by June 17.  The Dag Nabid members brainstormed ideas for a club display at fair. The theme is Mountains of Adventure. A work party for the display will be June 28 at 607 Cambridge Drive in Bozeman.


Submitted by: Reagan Flentie, Dag Nabids Reporter



The members of Teen Leadership have been very active this month - a county-wide food drive and the Show Clothes Exchange.  Be watching Band for more information!  If you have any questions, please contact Shelly McPhee - ksmcphee0315@gmail.com (email), gallatindle@gmail.com (email), or 406-595-4774 (text).


Dry Creek-Teens


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 kelly.pavlik@barnard-inc.com


Gallatin Gallopers


Contact for club information: Cynthia Brewer 406-539-3806, cynthiab610@gmail.com

Gateway Challengers

On May 9, 2022 the Gateway Challengers met for their monthly meeting at the Gateway Inn. The meeting was called to order by president Natile Sampson at 6:33 and our secretary did roll call. After this we listened to a couple of 4-H ambassadors who told us all about all the fun things you can do outside of a project in 4-H, and also taught us about the process of the 4-H congress. We discussed times and dates for the river clean up in conjunction with the Gallatin Watershed Council for our community service project.  It was decided that we will be meeting from 10am-12 pm on May 21st at the Cameron Bridge fishing access.  We also discussed farm project tours that would take place during the next meeting.  Finally, the meeting was adjourned at 7:21 and the club enjoyed snacks provided by the Ulrich family and socialized. Our next meeting will be held on June 13th @  5:30 pm.  We will be meeting at the Gateway Community Center for a few demonstrations and pizza followed by the farm project tours. 

- Submitted by Jack Stuart 


Contact Jessica Black @ (406) 539-0940 with any questions.


Manhattan Clever Clovers

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 kelly.pavlik@barnard-inc.com

Saddle Stars

Our upcoming club rides’ current dates are: June 26th. The club rides are held from 1-3pm at the Fairgrounds’ Indoor Arena. 


Club meetings take place the second Monday of each month, at 6:30pm at the Bridge Church in Belgrade. Contact our club leader, Tamara Knappenberger for more information.

Email: Saddlestars4h@gmail.com 

Facebook: @SaddleStars4H

Website: https://saddlestars4hclub.webs.com

Tamara: tkknappenberger@yahoo.com   I   (307)214-8336 

Shining Mountaineers


Our next meeting will be June 6th at 6:00pm at the Church of Nazarene in Belgrade.


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

Willow Creek Wranglers


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

PROJECTS                                                          back to top
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 ksmcphee@charter.net or 406.595.4774.


Baking at MSU

May was our last month to meet for this 4-H year.  We will resume meetings in November for the 2022-23 year.  Make sure to sign up in October when registration opens, the project has limited space and fills up quickly!  If there are any recipes we made throughout the year that you would like a copy of, then send me an email and I'll pass them on.


We will be baking 4-H clover cookies to sell at fair concessions in July for our annual fundraiser.  This is a great opportunity to raise money for our project!  We will meet at the MSU cooking lab (our usual meeting spot) on July 9th & 10th, 10 am to 4 pm.  We will need volunteers to help, so please sign up if you're available... everyone will receive a SignUp Genius email.


Please call, text, or email Stephanie Lively with any questions. 




June 7: Fair practice/showmanship workshop at the Fairgrounds. This is our final workshop. We hope to see you there.  All the details have been emailed to you.


Hoof trimming dates have also been emailed and texted!


Please register for fair and sign up for the 4-H Cafe!


Don’t forget you need to be practicing having your steers drink out of buckets- and eating out of whatever you plan to bring to fair. They can be very fussy about change! 


We are getting into the time frame where you have to pay VERY close attention to withdrawal times for any medications/ pour on treatments for your animals. Do not forget if something comes up and your steer gets sick that you and your vet are aware of their butcher date.  


Seth Halverson- (406) 209-1178 

Annabel Morgan (406) 580-9003       

Melanie Duffin    (406) 209-1978  

Lee Nuss            (406) 599-0601

Cake Decorating


Email Ginny Francis ginnyfrancis@yahoo.com or Kelley gklerwick@gmail.com for further details and location details.

Camp Counselors

The camp project is rolling along.  The Counselors have chosen a theme - Mystery - and are busy preparing workshops and other activities.  We are also looking to launch registration  soon!  Our next meeting will be June 25th, starting at 10:00am.  Be watching your email, text, and Band app for additional information.  If you have any questions, please contact Shelly McPhee - ksmcphee0315@gmail.com (email), gallatincamp@gmail.com (email), or 406-595-4774 (text).


Any questions please call Shawna Oostema at 406-580-7819 fcclashawna@hotmail.com

Cloverbuds (Ages 5-7)

In May we took a virtual tour of the nursery and planted our own pumpkin plant to help us find more knowledge about horticulture. June will be our last meeting before fair. We will plan a service project, potluck, and making fair booth decorations at a park. Watch your email for details.


We meet at the fairgrounds on the 3rd Thursday of the month from 5:30-6:30. An email about the upcoming meeting is sent the Monday before. If you have questions please Email Erin Neil at ehagmeier@gmail.com.

Cooking at MSU

May was our last month to meet for this 4-H year.  We will resume meetings in November for the 2022-23 year.  Make sure to sign up in October when registration opens, the project has limited space and fills up quickly!  If there are any recipes we made throughout the year that you would like a copy of, then send me an email and I'll pass them on.


We will be baking 4-H clover cookies to sell at fair concessions in July for our annual fundraiser.  This is a great opportunity to raise money for our project!  We will meet at the MSU cooking lab (our usual meeting spot) on July 9th & 10th, 10 am to 4 pm.  We will need volunteers to help, so please sign up if you're available... everyone will receive a SignUp Genius email.  


Please call, text, or email Stephanie Lively with any questions. 



Dairy Cow

The final dairy cow workshop held prior to fair will be on either June 13, 2022 or June 14, 2022 at the home of the Smieja family. We will send a separate message to  project members as to the exact time and date. This workshop will be on fitting and showmanship.  We will also be working on your record books and workbooks so please bring them with you.  


Any questions please call project leaders Shawna Oostema (406) 580-7819 or Cassie Smieja (406) 539-3833.

Dog Projects


Dog agility will meet Thursdays at 4pm. Be prepared to work inside or outside! As the temperatures start to warm up we will be having more classes outside. During the week of Memorial Day we will not be having class! No class on June 2nd! Otherwise all classes until then are meeting.



Dog obedience will continue to meet Wednesdays at 4:30. Be prepared to work inside or outside! As the temperatures start to warm up we will be having more classes outside. During the week of Memorial Day we will not be having class! No class on June 1st! Otherwise all classes until then are meeting.

Goat- Dairy

Upcoming workshops are:

- June date TBD- fitting workshop/ getting ready for fair

- June 18th- Big Timber ADGA show- participation in the show counts towards a workshop requirement


**We are still working on scheduling a dairy tour and possible record book workshop


The Dairy Goat Project requires each member to attend a minimum of 4 workshops to participate at fair.  



**May 1st was the deadline for possession of your goats

**CL/CAE test results are due by July 1st


Char Seger 815-980-0888                                      Caitlynn Seger 406-404-0707

Leah' Macdonald 406-220-3556                             Gena Johnson 406-599-5920

Goat- Market

Hey everyone! This month we will be having two workshops, the first one is a fitting workshop June 8th, location TBD, we will send out an email as it gets closer. The second workshop is MANDATORY showmanship June 27th at 6:30 at the Indoor Arena at the Fairgrounds. Look forward to seeing everyone! If anyone has any questions please contact Gena at 406-599-5920, Amy 406-209-2720 Aimee 406-548-1031.

Horse Projects

Fair is only 6 weeks away! Here are a few reminders: 


First, if anyone would like to order a 4-H Horse Sweatshirt for family members or friends to show your support of the 4-H Horse Project, please fill out this form. They will be about $25 each and you will be billed when we place an order.  2022 Fair Sweatshirt Family and Friends Order


Flu/Rhino Vaccine must be administered before June 1. Send proof to gc4hhorse@gmail.com immediately if you have not done so. 


Horse ID Card info that is required by the state will be collected during your fair entry through ShoWorks. If you already sent the info to Horse Committee you will need to do it again when you register for fair. Look for the “Special Instructions” red-colored box that will appear on every single horse division that will have the following message: “**New Digital Horse ID Cards Process: Enter Horse Name(s) and Horse Birthdate(s) in the Description Box for each photo you upload at the end of your transaction to serve as your 2022 Horse ID Card(s).” Members have until June 17th to complete all entries on ShoWorks (adding, deleting classes, etc.). Members will have until June 27th to pay their invoice in full (either through ShoWorks with a card or at our office with check or cash). Each horse only needs loaded once.


Please make sure you have attended the proper number of clinics for your project. Consult the handbook or contact your leader if in doubt. 


Please be sure all fair requirements are met for you to participate at fair, that includes any show class, twister presentation, games, etc.


Sign up, June 14 will be the last horsemanship clinic.


All horse record books and project books must be turned in by 5pm July 6, 2022 for you to compete at fair. Horse committee members will review and sign your books at that time and they can be picked back up on July 8. You must bring them to fair with you. They may be used in certain tie situations.


Fair Signup: Fair Registration

Horse Project Record Book Interview Signup: Horse Interview Signup 


For more information or if you have questions, please refer to info on the original 21-22 Horse Members (Google Form). There are several links that should answer your questions. If you still have questions, write to the horse committee at gc4hhorse@gmail.com.


If you have concerns that you may not be able to meet any of the requirements, all special requests must be written by members and received by the Horse Committee by June 1, 2022.


Gallatin Twisters - Horse


Jessie Sheperd- Twister Coach 352-304-1648  jlsheperd@gmail.com

Jackie Jones- Twister Leader 406-579-9373 jackjones59714@gmail.com 


Greetings knitters and crocheters! Please join us at Cafe in M in Belgrade from 9:30am to 11:30am.  Please email both leaders if you are unable to attend.

Dates we will meet: June 4, June 18.


- Jeanette and Phyllis

Leadership (Teens)

The members of Teen Leadership have been very active this month - a county-wide food drive and the Show Clothes Exchange.  Be watching Band for more information!  If you have any questions, please contact Shelly McPhee - ksmcphee0315@gmail.com (email), gallatindle@gmail.com (email), or 406-595-4774 (text).

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

The Rabbit Project will be meeting on June 16 in Exhibit Building #3 at 6:00 pm. 


Please reach out to one of our committee members with any questions you may have.

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

Monica Samson 406-399-1866 


Thank you to all of the poultry members who participated in our first "egg drop" event held during our May workshop.  We had some breaks but the majority of the eggs survived the drops!  We also had fun practicing showmanship with our new "stuffed" poultry friends. 


Our final workshop to occur prior to fair will be on June 9th at 6:30-8:00pm at Gallatin Fairgrounds, Building #3.  Please bring an idea for your educational poultry poster and or the actual poster to share and your workbook/record books.  We will continue to review for showmanship and practice for the fair.  We will also distribute the information needed for the photo boards and further details on what will happen at the fair.  Please plan to attend and if you have any questions please contact one of the leaders listed below.


Shawna Oostema: 406-580-7819, fcclashawna@hotmail.com;      

Barbie Huber: 406-599-5950; barbiehuber@hotmail.com;      

Judy Neiman: 406-599-0639; lneiminen@gmail.com 


The Sheep Committee will be offering a rough shearing for your 4-H lambs on Saturday, June 4th from 8am-11:00am at the MSU Bart Farm. This is optional and DOES NOT count as a workshop. You must sign up for a time slot. Please check your email for the sign up. Sign-ups need to be completed by 6/2. Cost is $8/lamb - CASH ONLY! 


Slick Shearing Demonstration - Please DO NOT  bring your lambs!!! - presented by Senior members of the Sheep Project. 6:30 PM June 9, Location, Swan Farm- 1240 Yadon Rd, Manhattan

  • Senior Sheep members demonstration of how to slick shear your lamb in preparation for the show ring.


Pre Fair Workshop- presented by members of the Sheep Project

6:30 PM June 13th, Location, Swan Farm- 1240 Yadon Rd, Manhattan

  • All you need to know to have a successful Fair Experience. 


*Substitutions (members may choose ONE of the following options to be counted as a workshop.  Substitutions must be pre-approved by project leader)

- Participating in a  Lamb Camp 

- Participating in one Jackpot show will count as one workshop 

- Attending a county-wide workshop (i.e. Marketing Workshops) 


Committee Members:

Craig Carr-craig.carr@montana.edu; (406) 539-4338

Ruth Carr- kennellr@gmail.com; (406) 539-4337 

Kim Flikkema-kimflikkema@gmail.com; (406)-599-1486

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


Hi Swine Families - we just want to say thank you for getting all of the Tagging Photos & Contracts in by the deadline!


Our next order of business is to update you on the balance of our Workshops - so you can get them on your calendars:


June 2nd (Thur) @ 6:30pm {Pavlik House / 1033 Yadon Rd, Manhattan} - Fitting & Clipping


June 15th (Wed) @ 6:30pm {Animal Bioscience Building, MSU Campus} - All Species Marketing Workshop w/ Buyers and Learn about the Sale


June 20th (Mon) @ 6:30pm {Animal Bioscience Building, MSU Campus} - All Species Project Interviewing 


June 21st (Tues) @ 6:30pm {Merle's House / Poleman Ln, Manhattan} - Farrowing


Each member must attend 3 workshops, per the contract you just signed. You are welcome to join any number of them to ensure you're up to date on information. 

There is also the option of attending a Jackpot Show in lieu of one of these Workshops.

Substitute Workshop Credit is received for the Jackpot after you submit a short summary (2-3 paragraphs) about your Jackpot experience and what you learned to this email gallatinswineproject@gmail.com


We have set up a Parent & Member Remind text group for project-related correspondence https://www.remind.com/join/834dbc. They're short and sweet but you must opt-in, we will not add you and can choose to opt-out at a later date if needed. 


-The Leaders of the Swine Squad

Travis Collins, Lindsay Herron, Kelly Pavlik, Merle Farrier, Lee Nuss, Eric Johnson, Cory Taylor, Sarah Bailey and Libbie Oram

Vet Science

The Vet Science project requires a minimum of four (4) activities to be completed per 4-H calendar year. I highly encourage all members to enter their Vet Science project in the Fair Interview process...it's a terrific experience for youth speaking with an adult about something of great interest to them, and the personal benefits from gaining confidence, understanding the preparation skills required for an interview (i.e., future job, college, ...), to enjoying the fun of participating in an educational experience with your peers is so worth it! 


The June meeting will focus on wrapping up activity books (answering any remaining questions needed to complete the assignment) and building/crafting/creating the group Educational Exhibit for the fair. 


Questions? Reach out to Monika Johnson 406-579-3211

Molly Yurdana, Extension Agent  molly.yurdana@montana.edu
Colyn Wiening, 4-H Assistant gallatin4h@montana.edu
Kari Ballenger, Extension Administrative Assistant gallatin@montana.edu

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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.


Molly Yurdana
Gallatin County MSU Extension Agent

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