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Harrison County Mini 4-H

What is Mini 4-H?

Mini 4-H is designed to introduce you and your child to the 4-Hprogram. Mini 4-H Members do not attend club meetings or keep records, though being involved with a club may be beneficial to the child as older 4-H members can help them learn about 4-H. Most projects can be completed with items found in your home. This is an excellent way for children to learn by doing and exhibit a project at the fair. Mini 4-H members also have the opportunity to attend workshops and a day camp just for Mini 4-H'ers during the summer.

Mini 4-H Project Choices

  • Bicycle
  • Collections
  • Crafts
  • Creative Writing
  • Cupcakes
  • Dinosaurs
  • Entomology
  • Farm Animals
  • Foods Forestry
  • Garden
  • Genealogy
  • Horse and Pony
  • Horseless Horse & Pony
  • Models
  • My Pet and Me
  • Photography
  • Plants & Flowers
  • Sewing
  • Small Animals
  • Space
  • Trees
  • Whales & Dolphins
  • Wildlife Adventure
  • Woodcraft

Read your Mini 4-H project manuals for poster instructions, fun activities, and great ideas for what to make for the fair. Be creative, make new friends, and above all, have FUN!


The NExt Mini 4-H Workshop: Thanksgiving Seed Craft


Mini 4-H Graduation

To celebrate our transitioning Mini members, we are holding a Mini graduation on Wednesday, September 29 at 6:00 pm at the Extension office building. As well as a small ceremony, we’ll have the 4-H Youth Educator, the 4-H Council President, and several Club leaders present for you to meet. Each Mini member can bring only 2 family members with them due to limited space. Please RSVP by Wednesday, Sept 15 to or call 812-738-4236.

Thank you for great Mini times together,
Mary Eve (Miss Mary)

Interested in Joining?


Rebecca Wilkins, 4-H Youth Development Educator



Mary Eve, Office Manager and Mini 4-H Club Leader


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