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March

31-April 1: Lapeer 4-H Youth Annual Auctions, Friday, March 31 - Celebrity Autographed Items Auction, 6-9 p.m., signed items from over 350 different famous people, Saturday, April 1 - Spring Auction - 8 a.m.-3 p.m., thousands of items, silent auction and pancake breakfast 8-11 a.m., live auction begins at 11 a.m., Lapeer Center Building, Lapeer, MI, 810-667-0341 or msue.lapeer@county.msu.edu.

April

1: Animal Sale & Tack Swap, tack swap & livestok preview begins at noon, livestock sale at 1 p.m., hosted by 4-H Small Animal Association, various animal sales will include goats, feeder calves, lambs and feeder pigs, all tack is welcome (show equipment, feeding equipment and all species large & small), Huron Community Fairgrounds, Bad Axe, MI, 989-550-2991 or 810-705-1333.

8: Family Traditions Club Lamb & Show Pig Sale, noon-6 p.m., 10455 E. Coldwater Rd., Davison, MI, 810-241-1114 or 810-397-1853.

8: JLA Feeder Steer Tagging, 9 a.m.-noon, must have all paperwork completed prior to tagging your animal, have all completed forms ready to hand in when you arrive at the fairgrounds, and use their age as of 12-31-17 as stated clearly on JLA registration and fair entry forms, Huron Community Fairgrounds, Bad Axe, MI, 989-269-9949 x 604.

15: Educational Clinic & Market Goat Sale, educational clinic at 1 p.m. - learn how to feed and fit your animal from experts in the field, market goat sale - 4 p.m., MBGA members will be selling market animals ready for fair (dehorned, castrated, CDT and scrapie tagged), when buying from this sale, you will be eligible for a special class of only goats from this sale - grand $100, reserve $75, have a complimentary lunch, Calhoun County Fairgrounds, Boys/Girls (Green) Barn, 720 Fair St., Marshall, MI, 517-617-5171 or pishs@anr.msu.edu.

20: Allen County 4-H Shooting Sports Parents & Youth Muzzleloading Orientation Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Allen County Extension office, 4001 Crescent Ave., IPFW Campus, Fort Wayne, IN, all subsequent meetings will be held outside on Thursday evenings (April 27, May 4, 11 18 & 25) from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at 5198 Co. Rd. 68, Spencerville, IN, class size limited to first 10 paid and registered participants, for youth in grades 3-12, $40/person, registration and payment due by April 10, 260-481-6826.

22: 26th Annual 4-H & FFA Thumb Jackpot Beef Show, St. Clair County Fairgrounds, Goodells, MI, www.thumbjackpotbeefedu.com.

May

4: Allen County 4-H Shooting Sports Parents & Youth Archery Orientation Meeting, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Allen County Extension office, 4001 Crescent Ave., IPFW Campus, Fort Wayne, IN, all subsequent meetings will be held outside on Saturday mornings (May 6, 13, 20, June 3, 10 & 17) from 10 a.m.-noon at the Allen County Fairgrounds, 2726 Carroll Rd., Fort Wayne, IN, class size limited to first 30 paid and registered participants, for youth in grades 5-12, $40/person, registration and payment due by April 20, 260-481-6826.

13: JLA Sheep & Swine Tagging, 9 a.m.-noon, Huron Community Fairgrounds, Bad Axe, MI, 989-269-9949 x 604.

20-21: 4-H Teens as Teachers Workshop, $45/person after subsidy and program grants from Michigan 4-H Foundation, skills you will develop: leadership, communication, teamwork, collaboration, self-motivation, responsibility, critical thinking and organization, teen participants will pick one of four workshop tracks: ag innovators experience track, share your love of science track, money management track, or leadership through parliamentary procedure track, cancellations received after May 1 will be charged full workshop cost ($93.45), Kettunen Center, 14901 4-H Dr., Tustin, MI, 810-648-2515 x 309 or nashbett@msu.edu.

July

6-8: Thumb Area 4-H Camp, Camp Cavell, Lexington, MI.

10-11: Lapeer County 4-H Summer Day Camp, anyone age 13-19 is eligible to become a camp counselor for either our day camp (July 10-11) or overnight camp (July 12-15), teens who enjoy working with kids, love the outdoors and thinking of a career with youth will benefit from this opportunity, the camp counselor role is a volunteer role, but good for community service, job resumes, and leadership opportunities, Camp Lael, Lapeer, MI, 810-667-0343.

12-15: Lapeer County 4-H Summer Overnight Camp, anyone age 13-19 is eligible to become a camp counselor for either our day camp (July 10-11) or overnight camp (July 12-15), teens who enjoy working with kids, love the outdoors and thinking of a career with youth will benefit from this opportunity, the camp counselor role is a volunteer role, but good for community service, job resumes, and leadership opportunities, Camp Lael, Lapeer, MI, 810-667-0343.

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