Club Announcements

Holiday Potluck and Auction

Our December club meeting on Thursday, December 8, is not a regular meeting but our club's annual holiday party and auction. It is a very merry event with great food (a potluck), games and competitions, and an auction fundraiser of items prepared by the club's projects. Family and friends are welcome to join the party. Please note the different meeting time - this event begins at 6:00pm.


Each family is requested to bring food for the potluck that can serve 10-12 people. The categories are broken up alphabetically by last name starting with these letters:


A-L: Main dish

M-P: Salad

Q-Z: Side dish


Cake and drinks will be provided.

Along with the potluck, we have several activities and competitions that will occur during the potluck. We will be having a Hat Contest (so bring a holiday themed hat), a Candy Guessing Contest, and a Present Wrapping Contest! We also invite you to bring table decorations to decorate your table at the potluck.


After the potluck we will have the Holiday Auction! Families will receive a bid number that can be used in the auction and your bids will be recorded so you can come up and buy your item at any time. The auctioned items will have been made by the kids in their respective projects, so if you want to get your child's item bring your wallet (cash or check). We hope to see you there, and enjoy a good time with you!

Castro Valley Kid Wins Top Prize at 2022 Alameda County Fair

Featured in the Castro Valley Forum, Kellan Carey won the most prestigious award for Alameda County Fair for "Super Lamb"!

Kellan won both the Super Lamb and Lamb contests winning a cooler, an awesome belt buckle, money ($280 in addition to the $2,800 he received from selling his 2 lambs) and the perpetual trophy now with his name on it to keep for a year. Paul came in 4th overall for both Super Lamb and Lamb contests and Cheyenne tied with Paul to place 4th overall in Super Lamb both also winning money. Roan and Val tied for 8th overall in Super Lamb, putting 5 of our club members in the top 10 in the County!

Congratulaitons to Kellan and all Sheep Project members for a successful year. Redwood 4-H Club Sheep Project memebers earned some top prizes and sold their sheep for a profit of $450-$1,100 per sheep.

Project Leaders Lori Fortine and Carole Piddock, Kellan and Teen Leader Jessica Fortine

Super Winner Kellan

Awesome belt buckle

Bragging rights :D

4-H T-Shrit Orders

If you are interested in ordering 4-H shirts or sweatshirts for the family, please complete the form and either email it back to me or bring the completed form to our next meeting. The shirts will need to be paid for with the order form, so please make all checks out to Redwood 4-H.

I plan on putting the order in in December, so please get me your forms by the December Pot Luck. I will also be bringing some forms to the next Community Club meeting on October 13th, so you can pick one up then.

Please let me know if you have any questions. See you at the meeting.

Kim Piephoff

Project Leader
kimpiephoff@comcast.net


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