4-H Youth Development

Page About 4-H
One out of every six people in Ohio has been or is currently involved in 4-H Youth Development programs. Muskingum County 4-H Involves over 1800 county youth led by over 300 adult volunteers. We offer 200 different 4-H projects - from sewing to small engines, home decorating to woodworking, photography to creative writing, theatre arts to fishing, small animals to large livestock With 80 4-H clubs and 35 Cloverbud Groups spread throughout the county, we can help you find one in your area. For more information contact: Michelle Fehr, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Develoment (fehr.19@osu.edu).
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Page 2014 Family Guide
This is your place to connect to our entire collection of 4-H project books for the year. Each project book contains information and activities for members to explore as an organized group project or at home under the guidance of a parent or interested adult. When choosing a project, consider your interests, background, what is necessary to start the project and the resources available to help you complete it. The At-a-Glance 4-H Project Selection guide at the back of the Family Guide will help you choose the right project. Project books can be ordered through your County Ohio State University Extension office listed on the back page of the Family Guide.
Page General 4-H Information
4-H is a non-formal, educational, youth development program that is offered to kids age 5 (or in kindergarten) to 19, regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, gender, or handicap. (Cloverbud program - age 5 and in kindergarten through 2nd grade and traditional 4-H project clubs age 8 and in 3rd grade through age 18; all ages are as of Jan. 1 of current year.)
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Your source for updates, events and project resources
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File Muskingum County 4-H Member Scholarship Opportunities
 
File Maintaining Tax Exempt Status for Ohio 4-H
 
File 4-H Club By-Laws Optional Template
 
File 4-H Club Constitution (fillable document)
 
File 2014 Family Guide
 
File 2015 Opportunities for Teens Interest Form
 
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About 4-H
One out of every six people in Ohio has been or is currently involved in 4-H Youth Development programs. Muskingum County 4-H Involves over 1800 county youth led by over 300 adult volunteers. We offer 200 different 4-H projects - from sewing to small engines, home decorating to woodworking, photography to creative writing, theatre arts to fishing, small animals to large livestock With 80 4-H clubs and 35 Cloverbud Groups spread throughout the county, we can help you find one in your area. For more information contact: Michelle Fehr, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Develoment (fehr.19@osu.edu).
County 4-H News
THE FOLLOWING NOTE IS FROM TOM ARCHER, PH.D, STATE 4-H LEADER, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF OSU EXTENSION REGARDING THE TAX EXEMPT STATUS OF LOCAL 4-H CLUBS
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