General Resources for club business and projects
Community Service Ideas Part 1
Community Service Ideas Part 2
Officer Training Materials
4-H Club Meeting Checklist
Indicators of a Successful 4-H Club: Checklist
Unit Activity Report-Should include all the years activities, including but not limited to fiscal activities. Keep track of this year round.
Health Form for Youth
Field Trip Permission Slip
Active Learning Help from Oregon University
Signing Members in and out-The following forms are to help if your club would like to start a policy of signing in and signing out children at meetings. This is not mandatory, but it is a good practice to protect the health and safety of all involved. This letter can go to families informing them of the new policy. This form is what they can fill out so you will know the names of the individuals who are picking up the children. This form is the Sign In/Sign Out form.
Materials to Help Get Parents Involved
Helpful Club Materials
Resources for Bringing Health and Fitness into Your Clubs
The Extension office has fitness dice for loan. Contact us to borrow them. Ways to use the Fitness Dice
Also remember to contact the Extension office to schedule using the Challenge Course Equipment. There should be Jr. Leaders available to help use the equipment.
Health 4 Ever Challenge Letter
Health 4 Ever Challenge Log (See letter for more information)
What Every 4-H Club Leader Should Know
Part 1 (Video) Part 2 (Video)
Information Volunteers Need to Know
National Policy on 4-H and Games of Chance
Sexual Abuse Risk Exposure Matrix
2011 Points about the New Year
Using the 4-H Name and Emblem
Getting Families Involved with 4-H (Opens a page with various documents)
Projects Under $5- What projects can members take that don't cost a lot of money? Open this document to find out.
Adult 4-H Congress Lesson Plans
These lesson plans can help club leaders and members with
2010 Community Service (Will open another website)
2007 Focus on Communication