Inspire Kids To Do!

What IS 4-H?

4-H is a hands-on approach to learning new and exciting things all while making new friends.  Youth learn important life skills through completing and exhibiting 4-H projects and by attending club meetings, camps, workshops and so much more!
4-H is the youth program of Purdue University's Cooperative Extension Service.  Our mission is the education of Indiana citizens through application of the Land Grant University research and knowledge base for the benefit of agriculture, youth families, and communities.  Over 500 young people from Warrick County were club members last year and you can be one too!

 

 

GENERAL 4-H INFORMATION

Enrollment Details: 

4-H Projects, Clubs and Volunteer Leaders: 

Online Enrollment opens October 1st - https://v2.4honline.com

Youth Enrollment Resources:

Adult Volunteer Enrollment Resources:

  • Information forthcoming.

STATE FAIR ENTRY

 

 

2023 WELCOME LETTER

About Mini 4-H

Choose one project from the following selections:

 2023 MINI MEETING DATES:

  • Monday, January 23rd from 5PM-6PM or 6PM-7PM
  • Sunday, February 12th from 2PM-3PM or 3PM-4PM
  • Tuesday, March 14th from 5PM-6PM or 6PM-7PM
  • Tuesday, April 11th from 5PM-6PM or 6PM-7PM
  • Sunday, May 7th from 2PM-3PM or 3PM-4PM
  • Thursday, June 22nd from 5PM-6PM or 6PM-7PM
  • Thursday, July 13th from 5PM-6PM or 6PM-7PM

** Plan to attend only ONE session on the meeting dates.  Unless otherwise noted, all Mini meetings will be held in the Alcoa Building at the Warrick County 4-H Fairgrounds located at 133 Degonia Road, Boonville, Indiana.

Mini 4-H T-shirts are available!  Orders due on or before February 12, 2023.

T-SHIRT ORDER FORM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fair Information

  • The 2023 Fair will be July 17-22, 2023.

Fair Entry

2023:  Look here for upcoming programs, events, trips and camp information.

Ambassador Program Application

Achievement Banquet: February 18, 2023 at 6PM.

Camp Counselor Overnight: March 18 - 19, 2023; 7PM to 7AM.

4-H Camp:  June 2 - 4, 2023