WHAT IS 4-H?
4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills as they work in partnership with caring adults. What does that mean? In 4-H we are committed to helping young people develop skills that will help them succeed. We want to empower all youth to reach their full potential.
When is the best time to join 4-H? NOW! Contact the club you are interested in so you can formally enroll by the project deadline.
Types of Membership
Step 1: Find a Club
Look for a club that meets in your area, during times which work with your family. Then contact that club advisor.
Cloverbuds: Must be at least age 5 and in Kindergarten as of Jan. 1st.
Project Members: Must be at least age 8 and in 3rd grade as of Jan. 1st.
4-H Club Contacts:
Agrico 4-H Club- Stephane Tumlin email@example.com
Meets @ Whitewater Township Sr. Center 3rd Wednesday – 7pm
Dreamweavers 4-H Club- Nancy Nally firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets @ Xenos Christian Church 2nd Wednesday – 6:30pm
E-Town 4-H Club- Hope Johnson Gordon email@example.com
Meets @ TBD (Evanston Community Area)
Future Finders 4-H Club- Lindsay Horlander Lindsay@crunchywellness.com
Meets in Collinsville, Hamilton, OH First Wednesday of the month 11:30am to 3pm
Gorman Farm 4-H Club- Cindy Capannari firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets @ Gorman Heritage Farm Evendale 4th Monday - 7pm
Hamilton County Livestock Club- Heather Alden email@example.com
Meets @ Crosby Township 3rd Wednesday - 7pm
Madeira 4-H Club- Susan Kotowski and Dean Rettig firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets @ Madeira Library 7pm – Day TBD
Western Hills 4-H Club- Becky Roell email@example.com
Meets @ Gamble-Nippert YMCA - 4th Sunday of each month at 4PM
Step 2: Register Online
New Members: Enroll online and fill out the forms below- return them to your club advisor
Enroll Online- New members will create a new account and follow the prompts. For more help click here to watch these videos from Greene County 4-H.
(Having Trouble Enrolling Online? Use the 4-H Enrollment Form and return to your advisor).
4-H Health Form- This form is kept with the advisor's information in case a parent is not present when an accident happens.
Cross County Line- This form needs to be compelted and returned with your enrollment paperwork for any youth who lives outside Hamilton County.
Step 3: Pick Your Project
The entire list of Ohio 4-H projects can be found at: http://go.osu.edu/Zpd.
* Step 4: Become a Community Fair Member
Community Fair Assessment Fees
The Hamilton County Community Fair Association is the member driven organization that organizes the Hamilton County Community Fair, one of several exhibition opporunities for 4-H Youth in Hamilton County. Membership costs $15 per person and provides voting rights and weekly fair passes to the Hamilton County Community Fair.
Please make the check payable to Hamilton County Community Fair Association and mail to:
Hamilton County 4-H Association
PO Box 764
Miamitown, OH 45041‐0764
If you cannot afford this fee or have additional questions, contact the Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development, Tony Staubach (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Financial Assitance Form- Use this form if you need financial assistance to reduce your financial contribution.
All the forms and information you will need to join 4-H are here. If you can't find what you need, or you’d like to start a club of your own contact our Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development, Tony Staubach at email@example.com.