What is 4-H?
4-H is a national program designed to develop leadership skills in its members. 4-H members are students from grades 3 - 12. Younger than that? That's okay! There is a club for you little ones, too! Mini 4-H is for grades K - 2.
Who Joins 4-H?
4-H members come from all walks of life. Some members live in cities, some in the suburbs, and yes - some live in the country. Everyone can enjoy being in 4-H, no matter where you live!
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What Do 4-H'ers Do?
4-H members work on projects that they choose to do based upon their interests and their family's budget. Projects don't have to involve raising animals to show. You don't HAVE to live on a farm and raise animals to be in 4-H!
Interested in Joining 4-H?
Students register to join 4-H Clubs from October 1st through January 15th every year. Students in grades 3 - 12 can join by applying here. Students in grades K - 2 join Mini 4-H and can join by clicking the same link! Want to know more about 4-H? Click here.
THIS WEEK at the Fairgrounds...
This week at the Fairgrounds, we are having 4-H meetings for the Junior Leaders Club on Monday; the Dog and Horse and Pony Judging Clubs on Tuesday; the Poultry Club on Wednesday; and the Horse and Pony, Beef, and Dog Clubs on Thursday. In addition, there will be an Executive Board meeting and the Argus K9 practice on Monday evening, a Fair Board meeting on Tuesday evening, the Domestic Engineers Homemakers Extension Club will be meeting on Wednesday evening, the Bloomington Lions Club will be meeting on Friday morning, Boat and RV Pick-Up Day and the Ron Lucious Benefit will be on Saturday. We hope you all have a great week!
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