The Huntington County 4-H Volunteer are a dedicated group of people that have a heart for working with youth. This website contains helpful information for current volunteers as well as information on how to become a 4-H Volunteer.
This page contains information and application forms for both Huntington County 4-H Scholarships and State 4-H Scholarships. Huntington County 4-H Scholarship applications are due May 31. The state 4-H scholarships were due the end of January.
4-H has something to offer to all youth of school age. For youth in grades K - 2 there is Mini 4-H. For youth in grades 3 - 12 there is our traditional 4-H Club program. For more information please continue
The information on this page will help 4-H members of Huntington County that are in the 4-H Rabbit project.
The Huntington County 4-H Junior Leaders is for youth in grades 7 - 12 that would like to learn more about being a leader, serving in the county, and helping the 4-H program. They do all of this while having FUN!!! For more information check out our web page!
Genealogy is the study and documenting of your family. We offer youth in grades 3 - 12 the opportunity to learn more about their family through this project.
The Huntington County 4-H Reading project is for youth (grades 3 - 12) that would like to track and share (optional) the books that they have read. Continue to our web page for more information.