A complete listing of what paperwork is due for each project, in your 4-H Record Books on July 1st.
Learn ATV safety and how to ride and maintain these vehicles. Experience an ATV safety camp, rodeo and ride in parades.
Learn about aerospace using a fun hands on method. Build your own rocket.
Learn about agriculture tractors. Exhibit a poster about what you learned.
Learn about the safe operations of an Air Rifle.
Mini 4-H members in grades Kindergarten, 1st & 2nd have a number of projects they can choose from.
For youth to learn and become responsible for aspects of raising alpacas as fiber production livestock. The learning process includes the care, feeding, training and showing of alpacas along with shearing and preparation of fleeces. The utmost thing is to have fun, and learn good showmanship with other members.
Learn target and bow hunting.
Anything made in fine arts, needle crafts, basic crafts & model crafts. Exhibit article(s) made. Members may exhibit 1 item per category.
Learn about grilling safety and barbecuing techniques.
Feed & care for steer(s) or heifer(s). Exhibit animals at the Fair.
Learn about bees, bee hives and honey production.
Learn bike safety & rules. Take bike hikes and be in a bike rodeo.
Care for goats & keep records. Exhibit animals at the Fair.
Learn simple borders, flowers, lettering, and use of color. Exhibit decorated cake form.
Learn about cat breeds and how to care for your cat. Exhibit your cat at the Cat Show at the Fair.
Learn about cat breeds and how to care for your cat. Exhibit a poster.
Play with children and baby-sit. Exhibit a toy, game, activity and/or poster you have made.
Start or add to your collection. Exhibit your collection at the Fair.
Develop computer skills, and learn the basics of developing computer programs and websites.
Buy clothes to fit your needs & Budget. Make a notebook covering different activities. Model outfit at County Fashion Revue.
Grow corn, exhibit samples.
Explore your writing talents in prose, poetry or children's stories.
Care for calves or cows and keep records. Show animals.
Care for calves born January to March 31 of present year. Exhibit up to three calves.
Care for goats & keep records. Exhibit animals at the Fair.
Feed & care for dairy steer(s). Exhibit up to two steers.
A project that does not fit in any other 4-H project category.
Learn to care for and train a dog. Attend meetings April thru July. Participate in the Dog Show.
Learn about dog breeds and how to care for your dog. Exhibit a poster.
Select a draft horse or pony & learn to care for the animal. Exhibit your draft animal at the Fair.
Make a different electric projects per division. Exhibit at the Fair
Collect & identify Indiana insects. Exhibit box of insects or an educational poster.
Model your sewing project at a public Fashion Revue. Learn how to walk the runway and display your creation.
Learn to care for indoor & outdoor plants. Exhibit flower blooms, notebook, or houseplant.
Learn to bake and prepare food, learn to freeze and can food. Exhibit project for appropriate grade level.
Learn about trees. Exhibit pressed & mounted leaves or other forestry related project.
Plant different vegetables. Exhibit one vegetable or a variety.
Learn about your families history. Exhibit notebook with family history.
Study rocks, collect and identify kinds. Exhibit collected rocks.
Learn gift wrapping techniques. Exhibit wrapped gift.
Create an edible gingerbread house to display at Fair.
Learn to grow and care for a hay crop. Exhibit your crop at the Fair.
Learn healthy habits for your body, mind and spirit. Exhibit a poster on what you have learned.
Make a useful item for your room or house. Exhibit a notebook and article made.
Select a horse or pony & learn to show.
Learn gun safety, first aid, wildlife identification and game care designed around national standards.
Members in grades 7-12 will join other 4-H'ers in having fun participating in community service activities & growing in leadership.
Learn the process of tapping trees and preparing maple syrup. Exhibit maple syrup.
Learn to prepare foods in the microwave oven. Exhibit foods & recipes.
Learn about muzzleloading, using hands on experience.
2020 Noble County 4-H Handbook
The purpose of this project is to give introductory exposure to outdoor pursuits that will encourage and motivate youth by participation and exploration.
Learn to drive and care for garden& farm tractors, attend meetings. Compete in tractor driving contest.
Select, feed & care for small animals, Reptiles, etc. Exhibit animals.
Learn to take color or black & white pictures. Exhibit pictures or slides.
Learn to raise pigeons. Exhibit birds at the Fair.
Learn to raise chickens, pigeons and other fowl. Exhibit birds at the Fair.
Design an education poster or display. Exhibit your poster at the Fair.
Select, feed & care for rabbits. Exhibit animals at the Fair.
Make a poster about something you learned. Exhibit at Fair.
Learn about journaling and proper scrapbooking techniques. Exhibit album at the Fair.
Make different garments according to division. Exhibit your finished article or non-garment article at the Fair.
Select, feed & care for lamb. Exhibit animal(s) at the Fair.
Learn about gun safey. Exhibit a poster at the Fair.
Learn about lawn and garden tractors. Exhibit a poster about what you learned.
Learn about conservation problems & practices.
Learn about soybean production. Exhibit a poster or a sample of your crop.
Learn about aquatic communities, fish biology and behavior and how to fish.
Care for one or more barrows or gilts. Exhibit at least one animal at the Fair.
Learn about animal care & disease. Exhibit poster, display or quiz board, or typed report.
Study, observe & record weather data. Exhibit poster at the Fair.
Learn to grow and care for your own wheat crop. Exhibit samples of wheat.
Learn about mammals, fish or birds. Exhibit a variety of interesting wildlife subjects on poster or other form.
Learn to use woodworking tools. Exhibit article or poster you have made.