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Mineral County Leaders & Parents

Mineral County has a very active 4-H Leaders Association. Members of the Leaders Association work to plan county 4-H events and raise funds to support the 4-H program. 4-H volunteers are welcome to attend Leaders Association meetings. Meetings are the 4th Thursday of every month at 7:00 p.m.

4-H Enrollment:
The following definitions are from the USDA Cooperative Extension System ES237 4-H Enrollment Report.

4-H Member: Any youth who has completed individual enrollment (including name and address) in an organized, ongoing local 4-H unit, and is aware of his/her involvement in 4-H. Includes, but is not limited to, 4-H club members.

4-H Youth Participant: Any youth taking part in programs provided as a result of action by Extension personnel (professional, paraprofessional, and volunteer). This includes youth participating in programs conducted through 1862, 1890, and 1994 land-grant universities, Family Nutrition Program, urban gardening, and other programs that may not use the 4-H name and emblem with participants.

Enrolled Youth: Any youth who is recorded by Extension as participating in one of the recognized delivery modes—a 4-H youth participant or 4-H member.

Leader Resources

4-H Enrollment Summary
4-H Health History Form
Media Release Form
4-H Member Code of Conduct
Emblem Signature
Use of 4-H Emblem
Monthly Planning
Member and Parent Expectations
Activity Record
4-H Project Enrollment
4-H Leaders and Volunteer Contact Sheet
This is 4-H Member Project Letter
This is 4-H Project Helper's Information

  • Project Score Sheet - This is 4-H - 7th grade and up (250.4 KB)

    7th grade and up will need to complete 15 activities

  • Project Score Sheet - This is 4-H - 3rd to 6th grade (246.5 KB)

    3rd - 6th grades will need to complete 10 activities

4-H Outdoor Survival Project
4-H Is...Promotional Handout for Youth

Cloverbud Information

Become a 4-H Volunteer