4-H prepares youth to be productive members of society by teaching life skills and career preparation and by instilling a sense of community responsibility. Hands-on learning opportunities allow youth to select projects and activities that fit their interests and encourage progressive skill development.
This page includes the 4-H Handbook and project help sheets.
4-H Youth Development programs help youth learn life skills through informal, hands-on activities. These programs and activities help youth develop their leadership skills and explore future career options.
Find information including score cards for state fair and county fair projects
Perry County Junior Leaders is open to all Perry County 4-H Members in grades 7-12. Its purpose is to help build leadership skills in 4-H youth, to help facilitate county 4-H activities, and to provide additional community service opportunities to its members.