Joining 4-H is easy. First you need to find a club thats fits your needs. We have over 30 clubs spread throughout the county and each one is a little different. Some clubs specialize in livestock projects, some focus more on Family Consumer Science projects and there are even some that offer any project. The clubs range in size from 5 to over 60 kids and everywhere in between. For more information about finding a club please check out the Parent's Guide to Logan County 4-H or contact the Extension office at 937-599-4227.
Joining a 4-H Club?
Now available is online registration through 4-H Online! Ask your advisor for more information! All enrollment must be completed online or forms must be turned in to the office by April 1 by 4:30pm.
All youth and volunteers re-enrolling in Logan County 4-H must use 4-H Online (oh.4honline.com) to re-enroll. For help walking through re-enrollment, you may access this step-by-step video or this PDF.
Member/Cloverbud Enrollment Form - All new families need to fill out a physical enrollment form so we may create a profile for you on 4-H Online. Then you will be able to login to 4-H Online and update information/add projects. This form and your project selections are due by April 1.
Across County Lines Form
Request for 4-H Membership Across County Lines Form - Youth are expected to affiliate with the 4-H program in their county of residence. However, in some circumstances, it is appropriate for a youth to participate in a county other than their county of residence. This can be done with the approval of the 4-H professionals in both the county of residence and the county of the request. Parents seeking 4-H membership for their child in a county in which they do not reside should complete the Request for 4-H Membership Across County Lines Form.
Project Book Order Forms
Project book order form - Project book orders are submitted on Tuesday afternoons and books usually arrive on Friday. Please pay for your order at the time of ordering.