Join over 102,000 young people in Colorado in celebrating the 4-H program during National 4-H Week slated for Oct. 1-7. 4-H is in all Colorado counties, in all 50 states and in more than 50 countries worldwide. The 4-H program reaches seven million young people throughout the world.
4-H follows the philosophy of learning by doing. Youth develop life skills through projects that range from citizenship to expressive arts, communication to foods and nutrition, livestock to wildlife and forestry, and leadership to science and technology. Young people are the drivers of change. All you have to do is look at your local 4-H program to find youth taking the lead and addressing today's challenges.
4-H is where young people explore, learn and discover in a safe environment. In 4-H, youth find their true passions, gain confidence and give back to their community. This week, celebrate 4-H and the members who are stepping up and taking responsibility for their future and ours.
To learn more about local programs and offerings, call CSU Extension at 874-2195.
On Dec. 4 Delta County Commissioners Doug Atchley, Mark Roeber and Don Suppes denied the application of Paonia Holdings, LLC for a change of land use for the property at 41322 Highway 133, with an adjacent residence at 41402 Highway 133 and an ancillary property at 16180 Stevens Gulch Road.
The property is owned by Bowie Resources, LLC, and was formerly used as a coal load-out site.