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How Do I Enroll in Williams County 4-H - Registration for RETURNING MEMBERS MAY BE COMPLETED USING 4-H ONLINE

Form Folder C header WANT TO JOIN?Contact Us To Join 4-H! IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN SIGNING UP TO BECOME A 4-H MEMBER PLEASE COMPLETE THIS QUESTIONNAIRE.
Are you new to the area and want information regarding Williams County 4-H? Please complete this questionnaire. We will contact you to help you locate a club which fits your child's preferences and interests. 4-H ONLINE is not to be used for registration if you have not been placed in a local club. If you have questions regarding the complete enrollment process please call us at a701-577-4595,
4-H Online Instructions
Project Sheets
2020-2021 Project Guide
Project Guides will be made available to your Club Leader. A limited supply of Project guides will be made available in the NDSU Extension Williams County Office located at 302 East Broadway - Broadway Commons, Williston, ND 58801. If you have questions regarding Project Guides contact the Extension Office at 701-577-4595
File application/x-maker 2019-2020 Record Book
The 2020-2021 Record Book is in the process of being updated. Watch for more information soon regarding 2020-2021 Record Book Distribution. Cloverbuds have a Cloverbud Record Book and will be distributed by Club Leaders at your club meeting.
File application/x-maker Williams County 4-H Family Handbook (CURRENTLY UNDER REVISION)
NEW 2020-2021 WILLIAMS COUNTY 4-H FAMILY HANDBOOKSWILL BE DISTRIBUTED TO CLUB LEADER
Forms- Ambassador Applications, Outstanding 4-H Member Award, Friend of 4-H Award and other miscellaneous forms
Miscellaneous forms for 4-H members and leaders including but not limited to: Club Meeting Reporting Form, Animal Project Record Book, Livestock Lease Form, Spring Contest information, and scholarship informaiton.
Meeting Information & Club Resources
4-H Shopping
Constitution
Staff & Volunteer Resources (Additional forms and documents)
The resources listed at the link below are key pieces of the 4-H Youth Development Program. Please continually review these documents and rely on them for your day-to-day work in the 4-H program. Additional curriculum related documents may be found until the "Curriculum" Folder found on this page.
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