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4-H Youth 

What is 4-H

General 4-H Guidelines

Click here to enroll online in the Monroe County 4-H Program

Online Enrollment Instructions and FAQ's

2014 Traditional Paper Enrollment Form

2014 Mini Paper Enrollment Form 

 
 
 

Mini 4-H Projects

Poster Hints Booklet

4-H Clubs

4-H Project Superintendents

4-H Leaders/Volunteers

4-H Leadership Page

Forms

4-H Trips

4-H State Band

4-H State Chorus 

Scholarships

 
 
 
4-H Websites of Interest
 
 
4-H PLEDGE
I pledge my HEAD to clearer thinking
My HEART to greater loyalty
My HANDS to larger service
And my HEALTH to better living
For my club, my community, my country, and my world

MOTTO
"To Make the Best Better" The motto was adopted at about the same time as the 4-H Club Pledge. Its intent is to inspire young people to continue to learn and grow, to make their best efforts better through participating in educational experiences.
COLORS
The 4-H colors are green and white. Green symbolizes nature's most common color. Green represents life, springtime, and youth. White symbolizes purity.
EMBLEM
The 4-H emblem is the four-leaf clover with the letter "H" on each leaf. The "H" stands for Head, Heart, Hands and Health – the foundation of all 4-H programs.
Head – learning to think, making decisions, understanding the “whys,” and gaining new and valuable knowledge.
Heart – being concerned with the welfare of others, accepting the responsibilities of citizenship, determining values and attitudes by which to live, and learning how to work with others.
Hands – learning new skills, perfecting skills already known and developing pride in work and respect for it.
Health – practicing healthful living, protecting the well-being of self and others, and making constructive use of leisure time.

 

 

Purdue Extension suggests the following links for information on 4-H Youth Development:

Indiana 4-H - County Fair dates, events, contacts and volunteer information.