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Recent News and Events:

  • Tractor Safety Certification 04/17/2015
    The Tractor and Machinery Safety course certifies youth under 16 to operate tractors on public roads or work near dangerous equipment on farms. This certification allows 12 and 13 year olds to drive equipment on public roads for their parents’ farm while 14 and 15 year olds are certified to work for extended family and […]
  • Izzy Quattrucci at Board of Regents Meeting 12/11/2014
    On December 5, 2014 Dane County 4-H member Isabella (Izzy) Quattrucci , a member of Queststars 4-H Club, was invited to participate in the Student Spotlight at the University of Wisconsin System’s Board Of Regents meeting on the UW-Madison Campus.  As an urban 4-H member, Izzy was able to share with those in attendance about […]
  • Revised 4-H Forms and Manuals 12/02/2014
    Newly revised 4-H forms and manuals are now available on the Dane County 4-H website: fyi.uwex.edu/dane4hyouth/awards. These include new project record book forms for all levels, new Special Awards forms and new Dane County 4-H/Dickson Scholarship forms.  Please discard any previous versions of these forms from your computer or 4-H files and direct members t […]

How To Join 4-H

2015 Dane County 4-H Club Listing – pdf

Map of 4-H Clubs in Dane County – pdf

You can join 4-H and elect projects if you are in grades 3 through 13. Clubs even accept members in kindergarten, first and second grades in a special level called the Cloverbud program.

To join here’s what you need to do:

First, select a 4-H club from the list below. You will see a name and phone number for that club’s Organizational Leader.

Next, call that Organizational Leader and find out more information about the club and its members. Most 4-H members join in the fall, but new members can join at any time.

Finally, attend the 4-H club meeting with your parents,  select your projects and get ready to discover what 4-H is all about!

Parents can also sign up to be leaders! In order to be eligible, they need to complete the Volunteer Orientation Process. If you would like to explore becoming a leader, contact the club leader.

Club Officers

4-H Club Officer Handbook

 

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