The March 2018 Pandemonium is now online. Be sure to read the latest edition of the 4-H Pandemonium newsletter to stay up-to-date with all that is going on in the Porter County 4-H Program!
The Porter County 4-H Council is an important part of the Porter County 4-H Program. Please check back as we build this page to be a resource for our 4-H Council members and those interested in our 4-H Council.
NEW EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENT: RSVPs REQUIRED: Beginning this year, to exhibit beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, sheep, meat goats, dairy goats, poultry, and/or rabbits, 4-H members must be certified through the educational Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA) program. Read on for the latest info, including info on program dates and RSVP. [update posted 2/20/18]
Calling all 7th-12th graders: WE WANT YOU to join 4-H Junior Leaders! Join us for our next meeting on Monday, 2/19/18. 4-Hers and non-members in 7th-12th grades are invited to join the fun. This meeting will include hands-on fun with 3-D pens, robots, and other cool STEM learning aids. Read on for the latest information...
Online enrollment for 4-H members and volunteers is still underway. ENROLL BY NOW!
Interested in Porter County 4-H? Check out our Family Resource Guide to give you an overview of our program.
4-H Record Sheets and forms for your 4-H projects can be found in the files listed below. Not all record sheets and forms are available electronically. All forms are available at the County Extension Office (M-F, 8:30-4:30) and at the 4-H Building Office at the fairgrounds once office hours begin there on Thursday, July 13th.