Join 4-H

 
4-H Youth Development empowers children (K – 3) and youth (4 – 12) to reach their full potential by working and learning in partnership with caring adults.  4-H positive youth development programming provides opportunities for young people to become competent, caring, contributing, confident, and connected citizens with character. Youth camps, trips, and scholarships are also available.

 
 
Join a Marshall County 4-H or Clover Kid club

Need help enrolling online?  Check out the 4hOnline helpsheet.

  • Submit enrollment payment to the Marshall County Extension Office.

    • 4-H enrollment fee for 2014-2015 is $20.
    • Clover Kid enrollment fee for 2014-2015 is free.

 
 

 

4-H HyperStream Group seeks 7th – 8th grade Members           

NEW DATE - First Meeting Thursday, October 16

No cost to participate.
Seventh and eighth graders are invited to start a new adventure with the 4-H HyperStream Technology Group!  Youth interested in technology, multimedia, robotics, photography, game design, science, and more will love this club! 
 
The first meeting will be Thursday, October 16, 2014 from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. at the Marshalltown Miller Middle School, Room 252.  Regular meetings will be every Thursday at the same time and location.   Parent informational meeting will be at 5:00 p.m. October 16 in Room 252.  
 
To participate, complete enrollment forms either in 4-H On-line or use the enrollment, medical release and code of ethics forms above and bring to the meeting. Parent and youth signatures required on forms. No cost to participate.
 
Adult volunteers are also needed.  Please contact Annette Brown, 4-H Youth Development Specialist, 515-432-3882, annbrown@iastate.edu or Caleb Carver, Marshall County Extension Office, 641-752-1551, ccarver@iastate.edu for more information on volunteering for or joining the club.

County 4-H News

December 22, 2014

Region 8 4-H County Councils/Leadership Team and Iowa State University Collegiate 4-H will be hosting a lock-in for Boone, Hardin, Marshall, and Story Counties on January 30-31st, 2015. All 7-12th grade 4-H members may register and invite a friend.   

September 18, 2013

By donating grain, farmers provide opportunities for youth across the state and can save on self-employment tax, federal income tax, and state income tax. Donate Grain. Save Money. Make a Difference. Click here for a brochure and further details. 

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