NJSSAPAC Council & Committee Meetings

The NJSSAPAC typically holds three council meetings a year at revolving locations to be announced as to better meet the needs of the attendees.

The NJSSAPAC  Show Committee has two mandatory face-to-face meetings a year regarding the NJ State 4-H Rabbit, Cavy, Small Animal, Herpetology & Poultry Show. 
Other committee meetings to support the show are held on an "as needed" basis via conference call or face-to-face to accomplish the necessary workload to support this important milestone in each participating 4-H member's life.

Dear State 4-H Small Animal Project Advisory Council Member & State Show Committee Member,

 The conference call to review final details for the 2017 State 4-H Rabbit, Cavy, Small Animal, Herpetology & Poultry Show has been RESCHEDULED for Tuesday, August 15 at 7:00 PMThe phone number is:  641-715-0861 and the participant code is:  771061#

 If you are able to participate in the call, please let Sheryl Brown, Sandy Dabb or me know so we can send you information prior to the call.   

 We NEED your HELP to secure donations, ads, vendors, and sponsors.  Sponsors are needed for awards; donations are needed for the auction; we need advertisements for the program book; and we welcome vendors to rent space.  

Please remind 4-H members in your club and county that entries are due August 18.  The State Show catalog and other information is available on the NJ 4-H website at:

http://nj4h.rutgers.edu/smallanimals/smallanimalshow/    OR www.gc4H.com  


2017 NJ State 4-H Show Ad Book Letter









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