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Winter Roundup

Winter Roundup is an exciting three day, two night conference focused on developing youth and adult leadership in the 4-H Horse Project. The conference is packed with speakers and educational workshops. Topics cover areas such as developing leadership skills, horse care and showing, horse project areas such as Western Heritage, Horse Bowl, Hippology, Speech and Demo, applying to the Dan Patch and Youth Leadership Awards and much more! In addition to the wonderful learning and developmental opportunities available many people say the best part of attending this conference are the valuable connections they make with other leaders across the state. You will gain great ideas from fellow attendees and in many cases leave the conference having developed new friendships. This conference is geared towards and best appreciated by adults and youth 8th grade and above. Mark your calendars today and join us for a weekend you won't soon forget!

January 2018

Don't wait! First come, first served! Complete the registration form and mail it back.

For more information, contact Danielle Jibben or Michelle Jibben.

Roundup FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

What does the fee cover?

Is this a "winter camping" experience?

What if I can’t get there early on Friday evening?

I’ve been a project leader for years. Why would I come?

What does the requirement that youth must have chaperones listed mean?

Can my seventh grader attend?

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