​The Carnival results are in; what an amazing job some of our 4-H members did.  The power of determination, goal setting and social media!


Top Individuals:

  • Lexi Grundy sold $1211.00  - 1st place  ($100) High Country Handiworkers
  • Liam Babcock sold $600 – 2nd place ($80) High Country Handiworkers
  • Aralee & Brayden Rinebarger –  sold $305 each - tied 3rd place ($60 each) Rawhiders 2
  • Dawson Leypoldt – sold $250 – 4th place ($50) High Country Handiworkers
  • Walker & Willow Cameron – sold $200 each – tied 5th place ($40 each) High Country Handiworkers

Top Clubs:

  • High Country Handiworkers - $3,184
  • Rawhiders 2 - $1,695
  • North Forty - $645
  • Owl Canyon Critters - $640Type your paragraph here.

​Board of Trustees

The Larimer County 4-H Foundation is looking for a few individuals to fill some vacancies that have occurred on their board.  Any adult is welcome to submit an application – being a 4-H alumni is not a requirement helpful but not required.  The foundation meets every other month in the evening in the McKee Building at the Ranch. >Board Application

4-H Annual Carnival & Craft Show

The Foundation’s key fundraiser is its annual Carnival and Craft Show conducted annually in March at The Ranch, Loveland, CO.

June 2021 - There will be no 4-H Carnival for 2021 in anticipation of our Annual Carnival for 2022.

4-H Carnival 2020

Larimer County 4-H Foundation