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4H in Mills County Basics

Clubs and Projects information- (This link will be updated in November.)  Please contact a leader for the club if you wanted to attend a meeting.  This helps in case a time or place is changed for the current month.
Registration information- This is a link to the registration form.  It will allow you to see what information is being needed.  This information will all be added to 4honline.  You will also need to complete the additional information form.
How to use 4honline- 4honline is our website that all 4Hers and families belong to.  You maintain your records and keep the information on your projects updated throughout the year.  Initial enrollment each year begins September 16th.  Mills County would like enrollments doen as soon to November 1st as possible.
Link to 4honline- Click the link and you will be taken to 4honline.  If you need instructions, please use link above and it will give you detailed information.
Link to 4honline Calendar for Mills County- This calendar lists pertinent events happening in our county in 4H.
Annual Calendar of Events- This is an overview calendar to let you know the dates of our annual events in Mills County.

County 4-H News

January 15, 2015

Order of Record Books for Mills County: 4H Participation & Record Book Evaluation Form Personal Picture Club Program Yearly Summary Personal Goal Record Project Records Livestock Records Photos for Project Records Photos, newspa

Get Acquainted Games
December 22, 2014

Find lots of great mixer activities here!

October 19, 2015

Come learn about your Leadership role for your 4-H Club as you have been elected to serve your club as a 4-H Club President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Historian, News Reporter, or Recreation Leader. Watch the video and print off the helpful re

October 15, 2015

During the week of October 5th, Glenwood Schools and ISU/Mills County Extension and Outreach partnered to provide Outdoor Science Camp for fifth grade youth at Waubonsie State Park and Pony Creek Park.  “The students experienced science in our natural environment, and applied their learning through hands-on, educational activities. The high school counselors and adult volunteers provided an outstanding learning opportunity for all students,” stated Ms. Genie Wickham, West Elementary Principal. 

September 21, 2015

Jr FLL Lego League is a great opportunity for youth grades K-3 to get involved in some basic robotics and work on their lego skills.  

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