Alameda County 4-H Program
University of California
Alameda County 4-H Program

CAL Conference

C.A.L. Conference 2017
Creating A Leader

"V.I.P Unlocking Your Rhythm of Leadership"
January 27-29, 2017
Walker Creek Ranch

What is CAL

CAL Conference is an exciting, fun filled, action packed weekend of leadership and networking. The conference is called C.A.L.--Creating A Leader-- Conference. This amazing conference brings together youth from 14 counties to bond and become the leaders of tomorrow. 

 

Why Should You Go? 

CAL is a great opportunity to meet new 4-Hers from all over and bond with those you already know. Over the period of three days you will learn many useful leadership skills such as conflict management and how to give constructive criticism. There are also small leadership roles that delegates can volunteer for prior to the Conference, these include Workshop Presenter, Cabin Leader, or County Contact.

CAL is also a great conference for those who are not yet old enough to attend the State Leadership Conference (SLC) and would like to know what SLC is all about before going. There will be great guest speakers and workshops that will be teaching up-and-coming leaders the ins-and-outs of various leadership skills, along with a fun twist. 

Register

Early registration is encouraged. On Nov. 15th the registration will be opened across the state. Each county has 15 youth spaces. This will give your youth first priority because from November 15, 2016 forward all registrations will be accepted on a first come first served basis.

Mail all required forms before NOVEMBER 29. 2016 , but I strongly encourage you to send them to me before November 15, 2016:

4-H Office,
UCCE Alameda
224 W. Winton Ave., Room 134
Hayward, CA 94544

Required Youth Forms: CAL Registration Form, Youth Medical Form, Youth Code of Conduct, C.A.L Conference Rules

Required Adult Forms: CAL Registration Form, Adult Medical Form, Adult Code of Conduct, C.A.L Conference RulesChaperon Responsibilities

If you have any questions, please contact me.

Cheryl Fraser
4-H Program Representative
Alameda
510-670-5639

 

 

Dates to Remember

November 15, 2016 - Conference Registration is open across the State.

November 29, 2016 - Completed Registration Packet due in to Alameda County 4-H Office:

Cheryl Fraser
4-H Program
UCCE Alameda County
224 W. Winton Ave. Room 134
Hayward, CA     94544

December 18, 2016 – Last day for refunds- They need to be sent straight to Lance Elder

January 7, 2017 Training Location will be in Rooms 160 and 176 at the UCCE Alameda County Office in Hayward, CA

UCCE Alameda County
224 W. Winton Avenue, #134
Hayward, CA 94544

January 7, 2017, 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.-ALL C.A.L. STAFF MEMBERS!!! 

January 7, 2017, 10:30 a.m. - 12 noon- Cabin Leader Training

January 7, 2017, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. – Workshop Presenter Training

January 7, 2017 Trainings- lunch is included and will begin at 12 noon. Anyone being trained as a Cabin Leader or Presenter on this day is welcomed to join us.

January 27, 28, 29 2017 – C.A.L. Conference 2017
VIP Unlocking your Rhythm of Leadership”

Driving Instructions to Walker Creek Ranch

Driving Instructions to Walker Creek Ranch:
1700 Marshall-Petaluma Road
(415) 491-6600

Northbound:

U. S. 101 to San Marin/Atherton exit in Novato.
LEFT on San Marin, over freeway. Follow about 3 miles.
RIGHT on Novato Boulevard. Drive about 6.3 miles until you reach Point Reyes/Petaluma Road.
RIGHT on Point Reyes/Petaluma Road. Follow about ¼ mile to Hicks Valley Road.
LEFT on Hicks Valley Road. Follow about 3.3 miles to Marshall/Petaluma Road.
LEFT on Marshall/Petaluma Road. Proceed 5 miles to 1700 Marshall-Petaluma Road.
Ranch entrance is on the right.


Southbound:

U.S. 101 to East Washington exit in Petaluma.
RIGHT on Washington. Follow to Petaluma Blvd.
LEFT onto Petaluma Blvd. Follow one block.
RIGHT onto Western Ave. Continue approximately 2 miles until you see a sign for Walker Creek Ranch.
LEFT onto Chileno Valley Road. This becomes Wilson Hill Road, and eventually becomes Marshall/Petaluma Road.
Drive approximately 14 miles to 1700 Marshall-Petaluma Road
Ranch entrance is on the right.

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