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2020-2021 Hancock County 4-H Enrollment

December 3, 2020
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We want to extend a warm welcome and encourage you and your family to make 4-H a part of your life.  4-H is a youth development program that is a part of the United States Department of Agriculture and administered in Indiana by the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service.  Locally, the Hancock County office of the Purdue Cooperative Extension Service and the Hancock County 4-H Ag Association, Inc. administers the Hancock County 4-H program. 

How do I select my club in Hancock County 4-H?

Your 4-H club in Hancock County serves as your home base and there are over 20 clubs to pick from. Your club leader will pass out your manuals and other relevant paperwork to you throughout the year, and they're a great resource to ask any questions you may have throughout the year. There is a club in every township, so you're sure to find one close by. However, you can attend any club meeting that you'd like, so you can choose a club outside of your township, if their meeting schedule is more convenient for you. 

What 4-H projects are available in Hancock County?

The Hancock County 4-H program offers more than 60 projects for area youth. Check out our 4-H Handbook to learn about all the opportunities to dive into topics you enjoy. This is the Handbook from last year as the 2021 4-H Handbook is not complete yet... we will post an updated copy as soon as possible!  

How much does it cost?

It is $25 per youth to enroll in 4-H for the year. If a family has more than three youth enrolled in 4-H, the max program fee is $75 per family. These fees not only cover all the manuals and educational materials needed for your projects, but it also supports the local program and enables the county program to fund further educational activities. Contact our office for details on the family discount. 

Who can enroll?

Enrollment in Indiana 4-H is open to youth grades 3-12 and will run Oct. 1, 2020– Jan. 15, 2021.  Mini 4-H is available to youth grades K-2 and has a $10 enrollment fee per member.  

Where can I get books and ask questions? 

Purdue Extension Hancock County is located at 802 Apple Street, Greenfield, IN 46140. We are open Monday- Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm. We are closed during County Government Holidays and voicemail is available during non-business hours. Visit the Extension Office web site at www.extension.purdue.edu/hancock for the most up-to-date information about Hancock County 4-H. Our phone number is 317-462-1113

How do I sign up for 4-H? 

Sign up today by visiting the 4-H Online website. This year we are proud to announce that we have upgraded our website: welcome to 4-H Online 2.0! We hope that you will find it more user friendly and that it will provide you with a smoother experience in completing 4-H enrollment, YQCA registration, Fair Entry registration, etc. Our aim is to make the process easier for you! Click here for detailed instructions on the new website. 

Alternatively, we have paper enrollment forms available to fill out in our office if you prefer this option. 

 

Returning members: Please DO NOT make a new profile if you can't get logged in.  Contact the office at 317-462-1113 and we can let you know what email was used on your profile. If you forgot your password, enter your email address that you originally set up the account with and select “I forgot my password” and you will receive an email with a reset password link.  

Click here for instructions on how to re-enroll through 4HOnline.

For new members, click here for instructions on enrolling in 4HOnline.

 

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