4-H Seasonal Camps

Tractor Safety Camp July 18-20, 2017

Do you plan to work on a farm?

Does your son or daughter work on a farm during the summer? Do you hire youth to work for you during the year? Do these young people have adequate safety training?

Accidents cause more deaths to individuals between the ages of 15 and 24 than all other causes combined. To help reduce accidents, a Tractor & Farm Safety Camp is being coordinated by UW-Extension Manitowoc County.

The course focuses on the safety aspects of operating farm equipment and daily farm tasks. To complete the course, youth must attend all sessions and pass a written and a driving exam.

Federal law requires that youth younger than 16 years must be certified before being hired to work with tractors and tractor machinery. Effective May 1, 1996, state law mandated that no person may direct or permit a youth younger than 16 years of age to operate a farm tractor or self-propelled implement on a public road unless the youth has been certified as successfully completing a tractor and machinery certification course. Youth must be the minimum age of 12 by the first day of the Tractor & Farm Safety Camp in order to register.

Teenagers who drive a tractor for their parents may still do so without the formal training program as long as they do not operate the tractor on a public road. The law also does not apply to situations where a youth is driving a tractor and implement directly across (perpendicular to) a public road.

If you intend to hire any teenagers on your farm, make sure that they enroll in this course for your protection as well as theirs. There are penalties for not complying with the law. Also, some insurance companies have indicated that, technically, they cannot cover an accident to an untrained youth

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, farm tractor accidents cause more fatalities than any other type of accident on the farm. Accidents involving farm tractors result in about 270 deaths       annually in the U.S.

Don’t be a statistic! Get your certification now!

2017 July Tractor Safety Registration

 

 

HunterEd

 

 

 

 

 

Hunter Safety Camp July 17-20, 2017

 

Cost: $200, includes lodging, meals, all training materials, instruction, time at shooting range, and testing.

All 4-H members receive an additional $20 discount!

This camp is open to all Wisconsin youth in need of Hunter Safety Certification

Summer Hunter Safety Camp 2017

 

 

Camp TaPaWingo Sign

Camp TaPaWingo offers traditional camp experiences for youth ages 7-14.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer Camp

 July 24-27, 2017

Cost: $200, includes all lodging, meals, programs, and activities.

All 4-H members receive an additional $20 discount!

This camp is open to any youth ages 7-14. You do not have to be a 4-H member to attend

Summer Hunter Safety Camp 2017

 

 

Clover Bud Day Camp – June 16, 2017

Cloverbud camp is designed to get children aware of the camp experience but may not be ready for an overnight stay.

Our goals are to have a fun time, a learning experience and have a project  that can be ready for fair.

Cloverbud day camp

 

 

 

Fiber Fun Camp – June 23, 2017

June 23, 2017

Fiber Fun Day Camp Offers….

Fiber Fun camp is designed to get children aware of different creative opportunities with fiber arts. Ages 8-17.

Camp Fiberfun

 

 

 

Camperships

Camp TaPaWingo offers help to families who need financial assistance to attend camp. Camp TaPaWingo supports camp scholarships that cover 25% or 50% of the cost of a camp for families that qualify.

 

staffCamp Counselors & Parent Chaperones

Are you 15 years old or older and interested in becoming a camp counselor?

Camp Counselor Job Description & Contract

Parents, if you attend camp as a parent chaperone, you and your child stay free! Contact Kevin at 920-683-4172 for more information. Parent chaperones must complete Youth Protection Training and a background check to be qualified to attend at a parent chaperone.

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