This page is for 4-H Club ADVISORS to gather resources that will help the run and manage the club.
Step-by-step PDF of how to login into your 4-H Club in 4-H Online.
The Rolling Library contains the majority of our 4-H project book selections so your club youth can preview their options firsthand and read the activities, requirements, and expectations for each project. The Rolling Library can be borrowed just like our skillathon and Cloverbud kits! Call or stop by the office to verify the library is available and we’ll help you through the process!
4-H Clubs are able to bulk order project books for the entire club. Loagn County 4-H has received a grant through the Milroy Foundation to cover the costs of 2 project books or 1 resource book for each Logan County 4-H'er. Be sure to talk to your Club Advisor about how to get the free books.
Logan County 4-H Project members are able to add or drop 4-H projects up to June 14th. Please fill out the below form and turn it in the OSU Extension Office to add or drop a 4-H Project.
Ohio 4-H has recently revamped the office books and added an online training piece. Its great information so check it out!!
An accommodation plan for 4-H members with disabilities taking 4-H Projects. Please fill out the Winning 4-H Plan Request Form and email Jess at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please schedule a time with our 4-H educator to go over the youth's needs and how accommodations may be met.
The Logan County 4-H Advisory Council hands out five $50 mini-grants each year to help 4-H Clubs financially. Please apply by May 1st.
Ohio 4-H Youth Development Club Constitution
Each 4-H club should have an up to date Constitution on file at the Extension Office. Clubs must use this template!
Ohio 4-H Club By-Laws
By-Laws are OPTIONAL for 4-H Clubs but do help in creating guidance in how your 4-H Club specifically operates. If your club chooses to have by-laws then they must be on file with the Extension Office. Feel free to use this template.
Ohio 4-H Charter Checklist
4-H National Headquarters and Ohio 4-H Youth Development require that all clubs be chartered. Please complete this checklist to determine whether your club has met the Ohio 4-H Club charter requirements. This checklist will be reviewed by your County 4-H Extension Professional. Chartered 4-H clubs are permitted to use the 4-H Name and Emblem according to 4-H National Headquarter guidelines. Clubs that meet these minimum requirements will be granted/continue a charter. The charter checklist must be reviewed every year to assure a club’s continued compliance with the 4-H Club criteria.