Any 4-H member who is in grade 7 or above during the current calendar year are eligible for membership. Members must enroll in one other project besides Junior Leaders. Junior Leaders have meetings every month.
All 4-H members showing livestock must turn in this form by May 15th.
In the sewing project, you may decide to participate in the wearable portion, the non-wearable portion or both.
Wearable - 4-H'ers members can develop their own personal wardrobe and learn the basic principles of construction. These members also have the opportunity to participate in Fashion Revue Judging and in the public Fashion Revue at the fair.
Non-wearable - 4-H members can make items for their room and learn the basic principles of sewing techniques.
The rabbit project is a good one for those who wish to own and show livestock but do not have the space or facilities for larger animals. Rabbits can be raised in a backyard. Members taking this project will learn the basics of selection, management, proper housing methods, and providing proper nutrition.
This project allows youth to learn about beef using the 4-H beef project manuals or other resources without the need to own an animal.
This project allows youth to learn about swine using the 4-Hswine project manuals or other resources without the need to own an animal.
This project allows youth to learn about goats using the 4-H goat project manuals or other resources without the need to own an animal.