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The goal of the Outagamie County 4-H Horse Association is to help youth learn about caring for horses/ponies and further develop their equine skills.  The Association plans an annual program filled with educational meetings, clinics, shows and special activities for members to participate in.  We encourage youth to participate in as may activities as they can to enrich their learning experience and develop their horsemanship skills.

Monthly Meeting Information:
    Held on the 4th Tuesday of the Month
    General meeting starts at 7:00 p.m. following the Board Meeting
    
    Location - Fox Valley Tech - Appleton, WI
  West parking Lot - Door 10 - **Room E130** New Room!

UPCOMING EVENTS

Next Horse Association Meeting Tuesday June 25th at 6pm
Potluck @ Gail's Barn
W4541 Glenn St Appleton WI
Educational Topic: Horse Judging



Message from Lori Vandenberg/ President:

Welcome to the Outagamie County 4-H Horse Project!  We have a fabulous year       planned for Educational Meetings and Clinics and of course, the Pleasure and            Gymkhana Shows in July.  

Clinics will be underway as soon as it dries out a bit.  Please plan on attending the 2nd Annual Pony Tails Schooling Show with Dan Gruenwald on Saturday, June 15, 2019, 9:00 am to 4pm at the Fairgrounds.  Potluck Lunch.  Please bring a dish to share.  A-G Salads, H-M veggies/fruit, N-Z desserts.  The Horse Project will provide hot beef and hot dogs.

We're looking forward to a great year!

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Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Officer Board!

President Lori Vandenberg
Vice President Danielle Schlueter
Treasurer Janet Schlueter
Secretary Mauriah Cunningham
Sitting President Megan Hess
Adult Board Tia Koehler
Adult Board Ben Van Driel
Adult Board Shiloh Ort
Adult Board Jill Harikkula

Youth Board

Allison Harikkula
Joy Vandenberg
Keira Leitermann
Anissa Cunningham
Macey Koehler
District Youth Representative Carlee Schlueter
Alternate District Youth Representative Lydia Ewing