Volunteer

Volunteer

Over 100 volunteers guide Floyd County 4-H members in becoming productive citizens, outstanding communicators, effective leaders, and successful learners. But just as important as what volunteers give is what they get back!
The Floyd County 4-H program is always looking for volunteers to help with a variety of activities, ranging from helping with county fair event to serving as a club leader.  For more information about volunteering, please contact the Floyd County Extension Office at 641-228-1453. 
If you are a current volunteer – thanks for all you do! Please share with us additional resources you want to see on the website to support the many volunteer roles in 4-H. What new and challenging volunteer role would you like to create and how can we support you?
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County 4-H News

November 4, 2016

4-H workshops, tours and events are designed to spark an interest in something new!  A different event will take place each month at a different location focusing on a different project area.  We want 4-Hers to try something different and challenge themselves. 

February 22, 2017

Have you ever wondered where the energy comes from that makes your lights or TV work?  Join us for Clover Kids as we have fun discovering how energy can be found in nature and how we can make good choices abourt using energy. 

January 23, 2017

A pet can be your best pal, join us for Clover Kids Pet Pals as we have fun learning about pets of all shapes and sizes.  We will even put on a stuffed animal pet show of our own, so bring your favorite stuffed animal and join the fun.  If you would like to share your live pet, bring a photo of them! 

September 19, 2016

Check out the 4-H  & FFA Floyd County Fair Results by clicking here

July 22, 2016

The Iowa 4-H Hall of Fame recognizes volunteers and staff who have exhibited outstanding service to their county 4-H program.  2016 Floyd County inductee is Jane Larson of rural Nora Springs.

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