Rebecca Ireland-Perry, 4-H Resource Educator
"Tink" & Teen Council welcomes you!
Great Time for one and all!
2016 Fair Queen Emma Gendron &Teen Council Member enjoying her night at 4-H Achievement
Alumni Teen Council Member Nick Marcin !
The Allis Family at Achievement Night!
Ice Cream.. Sarah Champion and Jackie Hartnett
Social Time at the 4-H Achievement Night
Welcome to the 71st 4-H Achievement Night 2016
Tractor Certification Classes start March 16th !
Cortland County 4-H is the youth development program of Cornell
University Cooperative Extension of Cortland County. 4-H is an opportunity for
boys and girls to learn and develop life skills that may assist them in
becoming responsible adults. We operate clubs, community events,
after-school programs, and a summer camp. Our focus includes developing
life skills, encouraging leadership development, science education,
agricultural and livestock skills, and healthy living. Want to join or volunteer?
Contact us! 607-391-2660 or 607-428-1300.
- Rebecca Ireland-Perry - 4-H Team Leader
- Heather Birdsall - Ag/Livestock Educator
- Jackie Hartnett - 4-H Admin Assistant II / 4-H Horse Mgr.
The Cortland County Sheriff's Office will be at the 2019
Cortland Jr. Youth Fair on
A wonderful program is returning to this year's Fair!
The Cortland Co. Sheriff Office will be on location offering the Operation Safe Child program. The program which is free to the public, is used to input data information for a child on a SAFE CHILD ID card. With parental consent, the information is stored in a statewide database, which can be utilized in a child disappearance case.
The Main purpose of the program is to capture identifying information about your child on a SAFECHILD ID CARD, in addition to quickly providing important details to police agencies investigating child disappearances, The SAFE CHILD card can be used in conjunction with the NYS AMBER Alert and Missing Child Alert programs. If the child goes missing, the program allows their information to be electronically disseminated within minutes, significantly increasing the possibility of bringing a missing child home.
Information is stored in a database at the NYS DCJS. When DCJS recieves a missing child report, the fingerprints of that child are compared against all incoming fingerprints submitted to DCJS. A parent or lawful guardian can request the information be purged from the database at any time, when the child or if the child turns 18, the fingerprints are automatically purged from the database.
Last updated April 12, 2019