Club Charters – Please remember. In order to be a bonafide 4-H Club, you must fulfill these requirements:
● You must have an Organizational Leader.
● You must elect officers (not required for Cloverbud club).
● You must have at least 5 members or 5 Cloverbuds from 3 different families currently enrolled.
● You must have the Program Planning Sheet completed for the 4-H year.
Fundraising – Please remember when you are doing fundraising in the name of 4-H, you need to:
● Fill out the “Fundraising Request” form and have it approved by Jennifer Collins before you can do ANY fundraising.
● There must be a PURPOSE for the 4-H fundraising. You CAN NOT fund-raise just to have money in your 4-H account.
Enrollment Fees: The yearly charge for each member is $10 with a maximum of $25 per family. There is no charge to enroll adult volunteers.
For re-enrolling 4-H members and leaders: Forms will be available from the 4-H office. Please check the form to be sure all the information is completely filled in and correct. Be sure to enter which projects your members and volunteer leaders want to enroll in this year.
For late re-enrollments after October 1, the fee will be $15 per member. After December 31, the fee will go up to $25 per member. The family discount is not offered after October 1.
Enrollment Form for New Members (new members only ~ re-enrolling members must contact the 4-H Office to obtain a re-enrollment form)
Code of Conduct/Acknowledgement of Risk/Photo Release/Consent Form
COVID Assumption of Risk Form Review the plan here.
Volunteer Code of Conduct & Photo Release
Volunteer Enrollment Form
Volunteer Consent-Authorization Form
Permission Slip and Medical Release Form (for leaders to keep)
Workshops: due to the rising costs of materials we will be requesting payment upon registration for any workshops, clinics, events etc. Registration confirmed after payment received and no refunds after sign-up deadline.
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