The 4-H Board of Directors are the overseeing body of the Monroe County 4-H Program, and are the governing body of the 4-H Program.
Junior Leaders is open to any 4-H member in grades 7-12 and provides the opportunity to assist Adult 4-H Volunteers in their 4-H Clubs and related activities. Junior Leaders serve as mentors and role models to the younger 4-H members by sharing their experiences with them.
Check here for online access to important 4-H forms that you may need throughout your 4-H tenure. This page is kept up-to-date with relevant and accessible documents for our 4-H families.
The 2015 4-H Project Book and 4-H Animal Rule Book are your one-stop resource for most questions related to the 4-H exhibition at the fair.The 4-H Project Book lists all projects and their rules, exhibiting and judging, activities, awards, and contact information.The 4-H Animal Rule Book lists all the animal requirements and rules as well as important animal dates and times for the fair.
The 4-H General Information page is a great resource for our 4-H members and their families! Learn more about Monroe County 4-H Program.
Mini 4-H is a fun and educational program designed to help build self-esteem by providing youth in Kindergarten through grade 2 the opportunity to learn and be recognized through non-competitive experiental learning. It also helps develop an interest in continuing into the traditional 4-H Program.
The 4-H Youth Development Program is the youth outreach from the Land Grant Universities, Cooperative Extension Services, and the United States Department of Agriculture. The 4-H Name & Emblem is intended to represent the ideals of the program with its focus on Head, Heart, Hands, and Health.