4-H Members: Must be at least age 8 and in 3rd grade as of Jan. 1st
*Cloverbuds: Must be at least age 5 and in Kindergarten as of Jan. 1st.
Step 1: Find a Club
Agrico 4-H Club- Stephane Tumlin email@example.com
Dreamweavers 4-H Club- Nancy Nally firstname.lastname@example.org
E-Town 4-H Club- Hope Johnson Gordon email@example.com
Evanston, Cincinnati, Ohio
Free Range 4-H Club- Lindsay Horlander Lindsay@crunchywellness.com
Northern Hamilton County, Ohio
Gorman Farm 4-H Club- Cindy Capannari firstname.lastname@example.org
Hamilton County Livestock Club- Heather Alden email@example.com
Madeira 4-H Club- Susan Kotowski and Dean Rettig firstname.lastname@example.org
Western Hills 4-H Club- Becky Roell email@example.com
Western Hills, Cincinnati, Ohio
Step 2: Register Online
Register using 4-H online. Visit: oh.4honline.com
*Having Trouble Enrolling Online? Use the 4-H Enrollment Form and return to your advisor.
You may be asked to complete:
4-H Health Form- This form is only used in case a parent is not present if 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: Plan Ahead
Consider becoming a member of the:
For help or more information contact: Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development, Tony Staubach at firstname.lastname@example.org.