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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: Tea Party

 May 4th at 5:30 PM

Enjoy hot tea and finger foods with new friends, make a fun craft, learn manners from etiquette enrichment coach Sallie Pass, and listen to a tea party inspired story. Bring one special adult with you and tea cups for both of you. Please dress in party clothes.

RSVP's required by April 20th. RSVP early as this class fills up quickly! Call 812-738-4236 or email Miss Mary at

Interested in Joining?


Rebecca Wilkins, 4-H Youth Development Educator



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


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