How to Join a 4-H Community Club

You can join a 4-H Community Club 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.

List of 4-H Community Clubs in Dane County

Map of 4-H Community Clubs in Dane County

To join, here’s what you need to do:

First, select a 4-H club from the list above. 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 club 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.

In the event that a member/leader is unable to pay the club enrollment fee, please contact the Dane County 4-H Office. The Dane County 4-H Program is open to all regardless of the ability to pay.

New Family Handbook

4-H New Family Handbook

Club Officers

4-H Club Officer Handbook

Recent News and Events:

  • Annual Volunteer Leader Training 2018 08/14/2017
    You’re invited to the 2018 4-H Annual Volunteer Leader Training. Join us and get energized as you share ideas with volunteers from across the county! These training sessions fulfill the annual volunteer leader training requirement for all chartered 4-H clubs and groups. Each club in Dane County should plan to have at least one enrolled adult […]

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