Ogemaw County 4-H
Ogemaw County 4-H Youth Development
There are more than 20 4-H Clubs operating in Ogemaw County, where volunteers deliver experiential research-based information to members. In the 4-H club setting, youth gain key life skills while pursuing projects from a large variety of 4-H project areas.
“Take a look at us now!”
Now not only rural kids but city and suburban kids who can’t own farm animals or do larger agricultural projects have a chance to become a part of the magic that is 4-H.
All kids can gain the knowledge, family values, and pride that 4-H instills in kids when they know they have done a project from the beginning to the end, on their own.
For young people, ages 5-19, 4-H provides fun, educational opportunities through 4-H groups, after school /in school programs and local, state, national and international programs.
For older teens, 4-H offers the opportunity to test and develop leadership skills as 4-H volunteers, sharing their skills in a variety of programs and project areas with younger 4-H’ers.
For adults, 4-H offers support and training in learning methods and materials to help them plan activities and projects in safe, nurturing environments.
How to Join 4-H
The 4-H year is from September 1 through August 31st. 4-H Enrollment Forms are accepted all year from new 4-H members. There is a January 5th registration deadline for returning 4-H members. However, we ask that you be signed up by the time you attend the 2nd club meeting, even if it falls before the January 5th registration deadline.
4-H Member/Leader Link List
- 4-H Resources
- Fundraiser Request Form
- Financial Report-Annual
- Activity & Event Intent Form
- Overnight Housing Permission Form
- 4-H Complaint/Suggestion Form
- Ogemaw County Fair Website
- National 4-H Website
- Michigan 4-H Website
- 4-H Volunteer Training Opportunities
- Ogemaw County Website
- 4-H Club Resources