4-H Clubs & Projects


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    4-H Clubs & Projects

    4-H Clubs & Projects

    clubTraditionally, clubs are formed by an adult volunteer; e.g. parent, family members, neighbor, etc.  In order to create a club, a leader MUST complete the volunteer application and training process and upon completion, the leader must then contact the 4-H Office to set up the club (club name, club leader, etc.) in the 4-H database at www.4honline.com 

    There is an annual $10 fee for a 4-H membership.  This fee provides accidental insurance during 4-H activities and events and helps to cover county program administative costs.  More information about fees can be found here.




    projects A project is a topic or subject that 4-H members exploreat a pace defined by their club.  Members may select one or more projects during the year.  Clubs may continue to explore the same topic each year to gain in-depth knowledge of the porject or change projects as desired.  Members are encouraged to exhibit finished 4-H projects at the Morgan County Fair (August).  There is virtually no limit to the number of project topics available and that means there is something to interest every 4-H member.

    4-H has more than 150 projects from which to choose. Some of these include:

    • Robotics
    • Sewing
    • Livestock
    • Photography
    • Public Speaking
    • Cooking 
    • Horses