DeKalb County 4-H is introducing a new program this year for student in grades 3 through 12. The DeKalb County Special 4-Her Show allows non 4-H students with special needs the opportunity to show a goat and/or rabbit with a 4-H member buddy during the fair. Find out more information here!
Stay informed with Purdue Extension - DeKalb County's newsletter, "The Extension Edge." Find out what is happening in Agriculture and Natural Resources, Health and Human Sciences, and 4-H Youth Development. If you would like to have the newsletter emailed to you or to come by mail, contact the Extension Office at (260) 925-2562.
Here is your online version of the 2017 4-H Handbook. It is also available at 4HOnline.com after you log into your family profile. The actual 2017 4-H Handbooks will not be sent by mail as they have been in the past. The handbooks have been distributed through your club leader at your next club meeting. And, you may access the PDF file by following the link below.
The DeKalb Co. Extension Homemakers is an organization of clubs where their mission is to strengthen families through continuing education, leadership development, and volunteer community support. For more information about the Extension Homemakers or joining a club, call the DeKalb Co. Extension Office at (260) 925-2562.
Joining a local 4-H club is the first step in becoming involved in your 4-H community. Clubs can be organized by community or project, and generally meet on a monthly basis. Club meetings are a great place for members to share their work, plan community service programs and learn leadership and communication skills.
Purdue Extension Health and Human Sciences (HHS) provides education to people of all ages in Indiana's 92 counties in food, family, money, and health.
Your connection to DeKalb County, Indiana Government. DeKalb County is located in the U.S. state of Indiana. As of 2010, the population was 42,223 and has a total area of 363.85 square miles. The county seat is Auburn. DeKalb County is named for Revolutionary War hero Johann, Baron de Kalb (1721-1780), a Continental Army officer from Bavaria, who was fatally wounded at the Battle of Camden, South Carolina. The county was created by the Indiana legislature in 1835 and organized in 1837.