Warrick County 4-H has something for everyone; youth in K-12 can join 4-H to learn about science, engineering, technology, community service, nutrition, exercise and more. In 4-H clubs, camps, in-school and afterschool programs; youth learn leadership, citizenship and life skills while they participate in experiences that prepare them to be successful adults. Today 4-H touches the lives of more than seven million youths across America in urban, suburban and rural communities.
White Achievement Cards are to be turned in with your 4-H Projects. Updated cards are due by September 15th.
A list of 2017 4-H projects and requirements can be found in our handbook.