4-H

Click here to access 4-H Forms. Click here to learn more about 4-H Clubs in Marquette County Click here to learn more about the Leaders' Association Click here to see past 4-H newsletters called Clover Connection

4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills!

Who can join? 4-H is open to all youth in grades k-13. In Cloverbuds, k-2nd grade, kids participate in their own age=appropriate, non-competitive activities and cannot exhibit live animals. They can exhibit items about heir animals. This is a great opportunity to explore the many areas/topics that 4-H has to offer. 3-13th: Youth in this range can enroll in projects and exhibit animals at 4-H events. There are more than 130 project areas that youth can be a part of, everything from scrapbooking to archery. Adult Volunteering: 4-H Adult Volunteers are important part of the 4-H program. Adults (18 years and up) can be volunteers. 18 year old that are enrolled in 4-H as a member cannot be an adult leader, however there are opportunities for Junior Leadership. Chaperones for 4-H sponsored trips must be 21.

Deadlines: New members can join at any time, however if the new 4-H member wants to exhibit at the Marquette County Fair, the deadline is March 1st. For returning members the deadline is January 1st for 2021. If you are an adult volunteer you can join at any time. If you are a returning volunteer we urge you to enroll as early as possible for administrative purposes.

How to Join? All members and volunteers can enroll or re-enroll at https://wi.4honline.com (click here).

Latest Marquette County 4-H Newsletters (Clover Connection)

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If you have any questions regarding 4-H Youth Development in Marquette County, please contact:

Christa Van Treeck
Marquette County UW-Extension
County Services Center
PO Box 338
Montello, WI 53949-0338
Phone: 608-297-3138
Fax: 608-297-9161
Email: christa.vantreeck@wisc.edu

Support Staff:

Jackie Stoneman
Phone: 608-297-3141
Email: jackie.stoneman@wisc.edu

Nadine Klapoetke
Phone: 608-297-3141
Email: nklapoetke@wisc.edu

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