2018 MISSOURI STATE JUNIOR HOLSTEIN CONVENTION
January 19-20, 2018
Oasis Hotel, Springfield, MO


The annual meetings and Heart of America Dairy Expo will be held in Springfield this year.

So make plans now to attend the annual membership meeting. Some of the issues and events to be discussed are:

  • Pizza and Game Night - FRIDAY EVENING!
  • Juniors are having a table to help the judging and raise awareness! Come help out!
  • Activities for coming year.
  • Selection of awards for 2017.
  • Convention and contests for 2018
  • Princess & Miss interviews
  • Awarding of state awards
  • Junior All-Missouri awards
  • Scholarship presentations
  • Election of 2018 officer team!


We look forward to a large crowd of juniors attending our meeting. This is the most important planning session the juniors have all year. So, be sure to plan on attending and don't forget to make your room reservations and lunch reservations. Call if you have any questions. See you in January!
To make hotel reservations contact the hotel directly:

Ramada Oasis Hotel & Convention Center
417/866-5253
Request the Heart of America Dairy Expo room block.

Shannon Wilson-Kleiboeker, (417) 737-2876



Junior All-Missouri Awards - Pizza & Game Party!!


Join us Friday, January 19, at the Oasis Hotel for TWO Junior Events!

7:00 PM - All 2017 Junior All-Missouri Awards will be presented before the sale, so come and support those who are honored and see if you might receive an award.

7:30 PM - Move to rooms Coco & Maui for pizza, and games!! This is a time for the youth to socialize and have a little down time.

Jr. Convention Auction - Donations NEEDED!

Silent and Live Auction at State Convention - Saturday January 20

The juniors would be glad to accept any donations for either the silent or live auction held at the noon luncheon on Saturday, January 20. Please turn in your items to Shannon Kleiboeker either Friday evening or early Saturday morning before board meeting. THANK YOU - Shannon!

Jr. All-Missouri Points

The points are in and calculated and the prizes are being created, so that can mean only one thing....

Letters will be going out to junior winners to notify them if they are going to be receiving any type of award at the state convention. We love to have everyone there to receive their award. So be sure to mark your calendars for January 19-20 in Springfield.

National Convention Teams and Competitions

Yes, I know it seems early, but...

Time to start thinking about National Convention, Washington! We will have sign-ups at State Convention for contests, or they can let me know at anytime if they are interested in competing. Dairy Bowl, Dairy Jeopardy, Folding Display, Digital Scrapbook, Public Speaking, and Banner.

So, be thinking if you are interested in participating or trying out one of these events next year at the National Convention. It takes time to study and prepare for your best performance in all of these competitions.

National Convention 2018 will be in Michigan from June 29 - July 3, 2018. If you have any questions or are interested let Shannon know. See you there!!



CONVENTION SCHEDULE


Several activities are planned at our state convention. Make plans now to attend.

SCHEDULE: Friday Evening, Jauary 19

  • 5:00 PM MHA Committee Meetings
  • 6:30 PM Pre-Sale Hospitality
  • 7:00 PM 2017 All-Missouri & Jr All-MO & Cow of the Year Awards
  • 7:30 PM State Convention Sale begins
SCHEDULE: Saturday, Jauary 21

  • 9:00 AM MHA Board Meeting
  • 9:00 AM Princess & Miss Interviews
  • 9:30 AM Missouri Holstein Annual Meeting
  • 10:00 AM MHA Jr Association Annual Meeting
  • Noon - Luncheon: Reservations requested Call 636-519-9300
    With semen auction and awards
We look forward to seeing you all in January! (We're always hoping for nice weather!) Sleeping room reservations may be made by calling the Hotel

Oasis Hotel & Convention Center
417/866-5253
Request the Heart of America Dairy Expo room block.

Click on image below to view full schedule and registration form.





  

Help Support the Judging Youth -
Items Selling Friday & Saturday


Selling: Friday, January 19 @ 7:15 PM
(Before the start of the sale)


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Holstein Handmade Quilt by Pat Utke
Full - Queen Size
Showing one block and zig zag border pattern
Have Holsteins - Bonnie Mohr

Sweet Summer - Bonnie Mohr

There will be a variety of other items for sale on Saturday as well both in the silent and live auctions.

Sincerely,
Karla Deaver and Ted Probert 417-466-3102 or 417-741-6134 deaverk@missouri.edu or probertt@missouri.edu

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DFA Scholarships and Internships Available

DFA Foundation awards scholarships to three categories of students: SCHOLARSHIPS
Incoming freshmen: High school seniors or recent graduates who have been accepted to college
Undergraduate students: Students who are currently participating in an associate’s or bachelor’s degree program
Graduate/professional students: Students enrolled in a graduate or professional degree program

Click on each Opportunity below to read summary, qualifications, application deadline, etc.

DFA Scholarship Opportunities Deadline January 15, 2018

DFA Internship Opportunities Varies



  

FSA Youth Loans

The Farm Service Agency makes loans to youth to establish and operate agricultural income-producing projects in connection with 4-H clubs, FFA and other agricultural groups. Projects must be planned and operated with the help of the organization advisor, produce sufficient income to repay the loan and provide the youth with practical business and educational experience. The maximum loan amount is $5000.

Youth Loan Eligibility Requirements:

  • • Be a citizen of the United States (which includes Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands) or a legal resident alien
  • • Be 10 years to 20 years of age
  • • Comply with FSA’s general eligibility requirements
  • • Be unable to get a loan from other sources
  • • Conduct a modest income-producing project in a supervised program of work as outlined above
  • • Demonstrate capability of planning, managing and operating the project under guidance and assistance from a project advisor. The project supervisor must recommend the youth loan applicant, along with providing adequate supervision.


Stop by the county USDA Farm Service Agency office for help preparing and processing the application forms.



  

Missouri State Fair Foundation Youth in Agriculture Scholarship Applications Now Available

The Missouri State Fair Foundation Youth in Agriculture scholarship application for Missouri High School seniors graduating in 2015 is now available online at


  

Jr T-SHIRTS: We only have Adult sizes left!!!
Shannon will be at Sc District Show

Front of T-Shirt design

Back of T-Shirt design!

Get them at any MO Holstein event or contact Shannon Kleiboeker!

Adult sizes $12
2X $14.
For more information or to order contact Shannon Kleiboeker at (417) 737-2876 or shannonkleiboeker@hotmail.com






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2018

January 1 Some Select Sires Internship deadline

January 15 DFA Scholarship deadline

January 19-20 State Holstein Convention
Springfield, MO
Ramada Inn Oasis Hotel & Convention Center

February 1 State Fair Scholarship Due

February 1 2020 Futurity Entries Due
April 9-14 Southern Spring National, Stillwater

April 12 Southern Nat'l Jr Show & Youth Judging Contest

June 29 - July 3 National Holstein Convention, Michigan




 



 


 


2017 Junior Officer Team:
Reporters, Blake Wright & Taylor Groves; Vice President, Dalton Smith; President, Lora Wright; Secretary, Katie Wantland; Reporters, Sophia Geppert & Zach Scrivner

Missouri Junior Holstein Association Officers
Lora Wright, President & Historian
11449 Lawrence 2220, Verona, MO 65769
(417) 743-2921
leroyw@mowisp.net

Dalton Smith, Vice President
12300 Cty Rd 5300, Rolla, MO 65401
(573) 247-1864
docsmith@embarqmail.com

Katie Wantland, Secretary
1491 Macedonia Rd, Niangua, MO 65713
(417) 872-5543
Katiew635@gmail.com

Taylor Groves, Reporter
2937 State Hwy 413, Billings, MO 65610
(417) 880-7012
GrovesView@gmail.com

Zach Scrivner, Co-Reporter
Rt 1, Box 425, Ava, MO 65608
(417) 683-6684
scrivnerfamilyfarm@gmail.com

Blake Wright, Reporter
11449 Lawrence 2220, Verona, MO 65769
(417) 743-2921
leroyw@mowisp.net

Sophia Geppert, Reporter
5803 Redwing Dr, Columbia, MO 65202
(573) 814-3148
dkgeppert@mchsi.com

Shannon Wilson-Kleiboeker, State Advisor
17077 Lawrence 1030, Wentworth, MO 64873
(417) 737-2876
shannonkleiboeker@hotmail.com

 

This is a statewide organization open to any boy or girl in Missouri under 21. It promotes Registered Holsteins and has 172 members. 
Dues are $5.00 per year per member. 
Click For Membership Form


 

  • Dairy Bowl, Public Speaking, Jeopardy, and building a banner for National Convention.

  • Judging at local, state and national levels.

  • Showing at local, state and national shows

  • Cow Camp


 

  • State Spring Show Awards

  • All-Missouri Junior Awards

  • Distinguished Jr. Member Award

  • Princess and Missouri Miss

  • Spring Show

  • Junior District Show Awards

  • All-Missouri

  • District Junior and Senior Member Awards

  • Princess Scholarship

  • Spring Classic Scholarship

 



 

FUND RAISERS:

  1. Selling the 100th Anniversary T-Shirts!

  

ACTIVITIES:

  1. Jr. All-Missouri Points:  Juniors voted to continue the point system. The points are as follows:
    District Show — 16
    State Fair — 20 points
    First junior animal exhibited by a junior in each open class receives full points, with following places decreasing by 2 points each.  Again awards will be given per child instead of per class, and one award will be presented for partnership animals.
  2. Jr. Membership Fees due March 15: Membership form on main page to print or in Pulsator newsletter. It is important for juniors also to get their state dues paid on time, with the correct address, phone number and email address. This is the information we utilize to contact you throughout the year regarding awards, programs, activities, etc. We do not want you to miss out on an event because we did not have your accurate information. State membership fees are due by March 15. If your household only has junior members (no adult membership) then you might want to consider adding a Mid-States Magazine subscription for $5. A great way to stay connected.

      

  


Call or E-Mail me any time if you have questions about 
Missouri Junior Holstein activities. 
My address is shannonkleiboeker@hotmail.com
My home address is:
17077 Lawrence 1030, Wentworth, Missouri 64873.
Sincerely,
Shannon Kleiboeker 417-737-2876
State Junior Holstein Chairman


   


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