NDSU Extension - Logan County

Accessibility


Extending Knowledge Changing Lives Banner

| Share

4-H and Youth Development

4-H Clubs Families are the first part of the 4-H enrollment process. Clubs rely on PARENTS AND LEADER VOLUNTEERS to organize meetings, projects and educational experiences. The Extension Office provides support through enrollment, organizational and educational materials, assistance with 4-H Project trunks and information on 4-H projects and events.

All families and each member must enroll through 4Honline the first time they participate in 4-H. All enrollments expire on Aug. 31 each year.  During the first week of September, members must RENEW their enrollment to continue as an active member. Enrollment/renewal and help page links follow. Please click the 4-H Clover to visit the North Dakota 4-H Youth Development site to see all that 4-H has to offer.
4h enrollment image.jpg                          help button                             4-H Emblem

Archery (members must be minimum age 8). Currently the club is divided into two practice divisions by age: a younger group and an older group. Practices are held at the Community Center (fall/winter/spring) or Wildlife Club (summer). Sheldon and Shanon are coaches. New members should enroll during the beginning of September to be included on safety instructions and basic archery skills.

outdoor archery     
IN ADDITION to online enrollment, archery members and guardians must turn in completed Health Form, Waiver of Liability and Informed Consent forms.

Dakota Kids (members are age 8-18 and do various activities and projects) This group was sub-divided into grades 3-4, and grades 5 and up for the 2017-18 year. Parents/volunteers are asked to lead a project and/or bring snack if meeting after school.

                    Dakota Kids Woodworking              jitterbugs

Cloverbuds (pre-members are age 5-7) do various activities and projects designed for their age level. Cloverbuds participate in events for experience, not competition. Parents are asked to lead a project and provide snack. NDSU's Center for 4-H Youth Development has designed a year's worth of lessons which can be found by clicking on the Clover Bear.     cloverbear        cloverbud science        farm visit

Creative Commons License
Feel free to use and share this content, but please do so under the conditions of our Creative Commons license and our Rules for Use. Thanks.