4-H Online Enrollment…
- 4-H Online Re-Enrollment Instructions
- Enrolling in 4HOnline as a NEW family Step by step guide to registration (PDF)
Upcoming Program Registrations
Awards and Recognition Ceremony
November 27th, 2017
We are looking forward to a phenomenal 4-H Awards and Recognition Program to be held at the Grand Acuity Corporate Headquarters. Clover, Project, Community Builders, Secretary, Reporter Awards. If you are interested in helping with this epic celebration…please let your 4-H Staff know by calling 920.459.5903!
DATE: Monday, November 27, 2017
PLACE: Acuity Corporate Headquarters
TIME: Hor d’oeuvres and beverages served starting at 6:00 p.m. Join us for a spin on the Charity Ferris Wheel and chat with past 4-H Trip Delegates about their Experiences. The Awards Program will start promplty at 7:00 p.m.!
PRICE: Free! All 4-H youth and adults are invited. But…please register by Nov 20th
Join us to recognize 4-H Project Award Recipients, 4-H Clover Award recipients, 4-H Adult Leaders reaching “leadership milestones” (the list is included in this Crier!) and some very special 4-H friends: Friend of 4-H and 4‑H Meritorious Service. Please come to celebrate their significant contributions.
2018 East Metro Region Winter Leadership Camp
February 9-11, 2018
Attention youth leaders in grades 6-8 and adult 4-H volunteers! Don’t miss your chance to participate in the 2018 East Metro Region Winter Leadership Camp. It is always a great weekend full of leadership development and fun! From teambuilding, group facilitating, and goal setting to sledding, night hikes, and campfires, there will be something for everyone! Mark your calendars now for a terrific time…this year’s 4-H East Metro Region Winter Leadership Camp will be held February 9-11, 2018, at Camp TaPaWingo near Mishicot, WI.
Older youth from throughout the East Metro Region will come together at 4-H Winter Leadership camp to work on improving their leadership skills through hands-on, interactive leadership sessions. Youth will gain a better understanding of what it means to be a leader and how to apply being a youth leader in their club, county, and school. Along with leadership learning, youth will have opportunities to participate in a variety of recreational activities that may include sledding/tubing, snowshoeing, crazy games, and other outdoor activities.
Adult leader volunteers are also needed as chaperones to support youth in learning leadership skills and experiencing the great outdoors.
4-H Forms & Applications
- Trip & Award Applications
- Community Builder Form
- Donation Opportunities (Endowment Fund/Wall of Honor)
- Member & Project Grant Applications
- Scholarship Applications
- Record Books & Officer Record Forms
- State of Wisconsin General Accident Report
- Suggestions or Concerns “Care to Share Form”
Contact 4-H Youth Development for more information.
Phone: (920) 459-5903