Until at least July 31, our office in the Grass Valley Veterans Building is closed to clientele, volunteers, and the public, and UC ANR staff are working from home.
Placer and Nevada Counties Directive for 4-H Programs planning for in-person meetings/events/gatherings:
Dan Macon, Placer-Nevada County Director, email@example.com
Thank you for your patience as we continue to navigate the COVID-19 shelter in place orders. We are extremely grateful to our 4-H members, volunteers, and 4-H families who are making efforts to keep our 4-H community safe. While the Covid-19 situation continues to evolve, restrictions have not yet been lifted for programs of this nature.
In following local Public Health Officer’s orders, the 4-H Programs in Placer and Nevada counties will continue to hold club meetings, project meetings, council meetings, etc. on virtual platforms through the month of July, 2020. Virtual platforms are required as in-person meetings still are not permitted.
This is not a decision that we take lightly, as many of our 4-H members would prefer to return to in-person meetings. In the event that this direction is revised, we will continue to keep you updated via email and on our websites.
* Cancel, postpone or conduct online all 4-H club, council, project meetings/events/gatherings through July 31, 2020.
* If the Governor’s order is lifted, modified, or other public health guidance concerning in-person gatherings is issued, this date will be reassessed and new standards for public gatherings will be provided.
* Any unauthorized in-person activities will not be covered by the UC insurance and may not be included in 4-H record books. In-person activities must not be held.
If you need to contact us, please feel free to send an email:
Message from the Co-County Director, Dan Macon:
Beginning Monday, March 16, 2020, “all UC ANR-hosted meetings, events, and gatherings of any size that are scheduled to take place through June 30, 2020* must be conducted online, postponed, or cancelled.”
“This includes all-in person programming, meetings and gatherings – whether led by UC ANR employees or volunteers (e.g., 4-H club or project meetings, Master Gardener workshops, Master Food Preserver classes, and Nutrition Education programs, etc.).”
COVID-19 related resources:https://ucanr.edu/Coronavirus_and_COVID-19/