Member Info

Clayton County 4-H Family Handbook (Rev. 2015)

RE-ENROLLMENT:

 
Re-enrollment happens once every 4-H year for 4-H members that were enrolled the previous year. Members may re-enroll anytime between September 16th and May 15th.  If you have any questions or profile login problems, please contact the Extension Office at (563)245-1451.
 
 

Club Information

 

2016 Clayton County 4-H Club Program Template

 

4-H Priority Impacts & Successes for 4-H Clubs  (word) (PDF)
Treasurer's Book
Secretary's Book
Parliamentary Procedure

STEM Activites for Clubs

Quick & Cheap STEM Activities
4H Afterschool Activity Plans- http://www.uwex.edu/ces/4h/afterschool/curriculum/activities.cfm
Reeko's Mad Scienist Lab- http://reekoscience.com/
Mixing In Math- http://mixinginmath.terc.edu/index.php
Making Goo
Animal Diseases
Fruit Batteries
Water
Waves

Clayton County Fair

Clayton County Fair Information

The 2016 Clayton County  Fair will be August 3-8

2016 4-H & FFA Fair Book

Big-4 Fair, Postville

The 2016 Big-4 Fair will be June 17-19.
2016 Big-4 Fair Book
 

County 4-H Awards

All 4-H members are encouraged to apply for record keeping system awards and/or project awards.  The deadline to apply is October 1.  There are three basic county award application areas for Clayton County 4-H’ers to compete in - Record Keeping, Project Awards & Club Officer  Award                                      
1. Junior Record Keeping (4th-6th grades) Evaluation will be a combination of the 4-H'ers complete record keeping system and a personal interview. Intermediate & Senior Record Keeping (7th-12th grades) Evaluation will be based on the record keeping system only.   Record Keeping Application 2015 WORD or PDF
  4H RECORD BOOK FORMS

Clayton County Participation Guide in Word or Particiaption Guide in PDF

2. Project Awards (7th-12th grades) Evaluation will be a combination of support material and a personal interview.  2015 Project Award Application WORD or PDF
 
3. Club Officer Awards (open to 4-H’ers currently holding a local club office) Evaluation is based on support material and a written paragraph about growth & personal development gained. Club Officer Award Application

 

County 4-H News

August 29, 2016
Creature Craze Theme.  Register here.
 
Members must be 6-10 years old.  Programs are limited to 12 participants.

Ed-Co- Sept 26, Oct 28, Nov 11 (9am-Noon) @ Edgewood Community Center

Starmont- Oct 21, Nov 4 (2:30-5:30pm) @ Strawberry Point Library

Central- Jan 6, 13, 20, 27 & Feb 3, 10, 17 (2-3 pm) @ TBD

August 22, 2016

Clayton County 4-H'ers contributed to more than 3950 entries judged in the 4-H Exhibits Building at the Iowa State Fair.

"4-H exhibits at the Iowa State Fair show the accomplishments of 4-H’ers. Having an exhibit selected for the Iowa State Fair is an honor for the 4-H’ers,” said Mitchell Hoyer, program specialist for Iowa State University Extension and Outreach 4-H Youth Development. “Exhibits celebrate the accomplishments of 4-H’ers and provide a showcase to share what was learned with the public."

August 17, 2016

Clayton County 4-H and FFA members sold a total of $244,071.60 worth of livestock at the county fair auction on Monday, August 8, 2016.  Sold in the auction were 81 market beef, 158 swine, 21 lambs, 20 meat goats, 21 lots of poultry and 10 rabbit lots.  The sale was under the direction of auctioneers, Jerry Maker, Strawberry Point and Mike Monroe, Postville.

July 22, 2016

Clayton County Extension Youth & 4-H Committee is pleased to announce the new members for the 2016-17 4-H County Council. 4-H members selected were Andrey Shirbroun, Farmersburg; Carson Wille, Strawberry Point; Cody Mueller , Strawberry Point; Julie Lenth, Luana;  Kristi Eberhardt, Elkader; Levi Tuecke,  Garnavillo; Mackenzie Vlazny, Farmersburg; Melanie Lane, Elkader and Tracy Curran, St. Olaf. These new members will help lead and implement the Clayton County 4-H program this coming year.

June 23, 2016

This year Clayton County Extension teamed up with two assisted living facilities to create “Camp Lend-a-Hand”.  27 K-3rd graders spent a day at a senior assisted living center playing, crafting and gifting their time to others.

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