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September marked the new year in 4-H—which means that 4-Her’s need to re-enroll for the current year if they haven't already. You will need to re-enroll using the 4-H online database. Please follow the steps provided to re-enroll. Please feel free to contact the office at 319-835-5116 if you need help.

  • Go to and bookmark this page.
  • Select “I have a profile”. Enter family email address and password. (If you have forgotten your password, select “I forgot my password” and one will be emailed to you)
  • Click “Enroll for 2013-14” for the member you are re-enrolling.
  • Click the “edit” box and make any changes to your information. Be as accurate as possible with your information.
  • After following the steps to finish your enroll-ment, select “Submit Enrollment”


Visit the Prepare for Fair page for the latest forms, processes, and due dates for the 2014 Lee County Fair and 2014 Iowa State Fair!

County 4-H News

March 24, 2014

March 23-29th is Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Week, a time to celebrate the staff, volunteers, and supporters that help ISU Extension and Outreach reach Iowans through our educational programs. Bob Dodds, Regional Extension Education Director shares his thoughts about the evolution of Extension and what ISU Extension and Outreach means to him.

March 20, 2014

The 4-H Youth Development Program in Lee County recognized its top members and volunteers at its Annual Awards Banquet in February. Congratulations to all of our award-winners!

March 14, 2014

The Lee County Fair Board will award several $500 scholarships to deserving individuals from Lee County. Fill out the application by April 11th!

March 4, 2014

Are you planning on attending a university, vocational school, trade school, or community college?  Get some financial assistance by applying for the Lee County Pork Producer Scholarship for the 2014-2015 school year. DUE APRIL 30!

January 16, 2014

In 2013 ISU Extension and Outreach provided educational opportunities that focused on feeding our people, keeping them healthy, helping our communities prosper, and meeting local needs so Lee County can be an even better place for the next generation. Read our 2013 Stakeholder Report to learn about the impacts and outcomes.

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