Interested in enrolling in 4-H?
We’re excited to have you! If you are new to 4-H, take a look at the Crawford County 4-H Brochure to choose a 4-H Club. Contact the club leader and let them know you are interested in joining their club. They will give you the specific details on when club meetings occur and other events in the club.
New enrollments and re-enrollments are now open. All enrollments are completed through 4-H Online.
There are two deadlines – the enrollment deadline and project selection deadline. In order to exhibit at the 2020 Crawford County Fair, members need to complete the enrollment process by December 31, 2019. Again this year, project selection need to be finalized by June 1, 2020. This means you have from the time you enroll until June 1, 2020 to add, switch, or delete projects. Remember that you need to be enrolled in a project in 4-H in order to exhibit in that department at the Crawford County Fair.
Here are some important tips and reminders to help ensure your 4HOnline enrollment is completed correctly:
- Contact Information: Review your family and individual profile and make sure that all contact information is accurate.
- Code of Conduct: Read through the 4-H code of conduct with your child. Remember you are signing that you have read, understand, and agree to uphold this code.
Once your enrollment is complete, the Extension-Crawford County staff will approve your enrollment.
Crawford County 4-H Policies:
- Youth in grades 5K-2nd grade are Cloverbuds, Kindergarten members must be 5 years old.
- Individual 4-H Clubs can develop their own rules and requirements for membership as long as they comply with federal and state nondiscrimination laws. All club rules and requirements must be agreed upon the members at the beginning of the 4-H year and on file at the Crawford County Extension office by December 31st of the current year. All new 4-H members must be informed of these rules and requirements prior to joining the club.
- Active member – should participate in more than 25% of the clubs activities, attend at least 50% of the meetings, participate in at least 2 county events, and hand in a record book. They will be considered for awards on Awards Night. Active members will have priority for trips, and only active members are eligible for trip reimbursements, financial support and/or scholarships from the 4-H Leaders’ Association.
- Passive member – are members who do not meet the requirements of an Active member. For instance, they may participate in less than 25% of the clubs activities (example: only participates in the fair or shooting sports, etc.) Passive members are ineligible for trip reimbursement, financial support and/or scholarships from the 4-H Leaders’ Association.