4-H Family Newsletter


 The Bayfield County 4-H Office publishes a bi-monthly Family Newsletter which provides information on upcoming 4-H events and opportunities.  It highlights club and county activities through member-submitted articles and photos as well as sharing information on county programs including a calendar of events for the coming months. You will also find minutes from recent Leaders Association and other committee meetings.

2020 4-H Newsletters 

chick, carrots, sunflowers, red barn, second row coffee, scrambled eggs, milk, cheese tray, ice cream scoop  4-H Family Newsletter – March 2020  (PDF, 20 pgs, 7 MB)

2019 4-H Newsletters

Orange Pumpkin, woven cornucopia basket with fall vegetables 4-H Family Newsletter ~ Nov-Dec. 2019   (PDF, 16 pgs, 18MB)

National 4-H Week October 6-12, 20194-H Family Newsletter ~ Sept-Oct, 2019 

Explore sign 4-H Family Newsletter ~ July – August 2019

Three kayaks on a beach4-H Family Newsletter ~ May June 2019 Issue

Chick, carrots, sunflower, redbarn 4-H Family Newsletter ~ Issue March – April 2019   (PDF, 16 pages, 6MB)

4-H Family Newsletter ~ Issue Jan-Feb. 2019  (Pdf, 12 pages, 5MB)


2018 4-H Newsletters

4-H Family Newsletter ~ Issue Nov-Dec. 2018(pdf, 7017 KB, 16 pages)

4-H Family Newsletter~Sept-Oct, 2018   (pdf, 20 pages)

4-H Family Newsletter – May-June, 2018  (pdf, 8,330 KB, 20 pages)

4-H Family Newsletter – March April 2018 (pdf, 2,685KB, 20 pages)

4-H Family Newsletter Jan-Feb 2018 (pdf, 1,385KB, 16 pages)

2017 4-H Newsletters

4-H Family Newsletter Nov-Dec. 2017 (pdf, 6,051 KB 12 pages)

4-H Newsletter Sept-Oct-Nov 2017 (pdf-90,814, 24 pages)

No July-Aug 2017 Newsletter

4H Newsletter May-June – 2017 (pdf-1027 kb, 20 pages)

4-H Newsletter March April 2017 – Final

4H Newsletter-Jan-Feb 2017 4-H Newsletter-Online Viewing (pdf, 930KB, 16 pages)

2016 4-H Newsletters



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