4-H is for all youth in 3rd through 12th grades. There is also a Clover Bud project that is for children kindergarten through second grades.
Most clubs in Morgan County are family clubs or neighborhood clubs where parents are the leaders and their children are the 4-H members. There are also community clubs in the robotics and horse project areas. We are able to give out club leaders’ names with their permission. These leaders may or may not be taking new members into their clubs.
A 4-H leader may be any adult who desires to work with youth, teaching them life skills and helping them to become happy, productive adults. All leaders in Utah must go through a screening process before they are approved to be a 4-H leader. Leaders are to fill out a profile on ut.4honline.com.
Once a leader has been approved, the club may be organized. A club may be as small as one leader and one member, or may have many leaders and many members. All members must be registered online at ut.4honline.com and fees paid. There is an annual fee of $4 per member ($5 for horse). Club leaders and members are re-enrolled each year by October 1.
At 4-H youth gain knowledge and skills in:
- Goal Setting
- Project Planning
- Organizational Skills
- Communication Skills
Mission Statement: 4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential, working and learning in partnership with caring adults.
4-H Emblem: A green four leaf clover with a white "H" on each leaf. The four H's stand for: head, heart, hands, health.
4-H Motto: "To Make The Best Better"
4-H Colors: Green and White
4-H Pledge: I Pledge...My Head to Clearer Thinking,
My Heart to Greater Loyalty,
My Hands to Larger Service,
My Health to Better Living,
For my club, my community, my country, and my world.