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Be Heart Smart!
Nancy Hudson, HHS Educator Fulton County will present Be Heart Smart program on four Monday mornings, November 7, 14, 21 28 from 10 am to 11 am EST at Woodlawn Hospital, 1400 E 9th Street., Rochester, IN 46975.
Registration details:call Purdue Extension 574-223-3397. Space is limited.
Details listed below and a flyer may be accessed at bottom of page by going to
Related Files: Be Heart Smart
This information about Fulton County 4-H Projects includes guidelines, entry times and dates and general information about each project in our 4-H program. If you are considering adding a project these links will help you more fully understand what the project is all about.
This contains general information about 4-H, project judging and fair schedule and information, how to prepare a poster, and volunteers. The 4-H Animal Rule Book is also located here.
Fulton County 4-H Project manuals, record sheets and extra information and form needed for exhibiting projects.
4-H enrollment in Fulton County is for youth in grades 3 - 12. Youth may become 4-H members when they enter grade 3 and may continue as a member through grade 12, regardless of age, with a maximum of 10 years participation.Membership in Fulton County 4-H Clubs is open to all persons regardless of race and/or national origin or sex.
Boys and girls in Kindergarten, 1st & 2nd grade during the school year (Sept. 1 - May 31) may be Mini 4-H members.