Member Info

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.
 
 

Clayton County 4-H Member Handbook (Rev 2019)

 

   YQCA Information

 

Club Information

2021 Yearly Program Booklet    Template A  or Template B 

 

2021 Clover Kid Club Template

 

4-H Club Budget Form PDF or Budget Form Excel with formulas

4-H Club Financial Management
 

4-H Impact Report Submission Form

Roll Call Ideas
Ideas for 4-H Presentations or Working Exhibits
Games & Activities for 4-H Club Meetings
Treasurer's Book
Secretary's Book
Parliamentary Procedure
Annual 4-H Club Financial Report - Due October 1

Risk Management

Clayton County Extension and Outreach provides annual accident insurance from the American Income Life Insurance Company for enrolled 4-H members, Clover Kids and leaders.  Snow activities are not covered under this policy.  4-H Clubs should purchase additional coverage from American Income Life for these activities. Clubs should purchase Special Activities Coverage for non-members participating in their  events.  http://www.americanincomelife.com/  Contact the Clayton County Extension Office if you have any questions about Risk Management and insurance coverage.
Winter Sports Wavier - PERMISSION AGREEMENT, RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY  for 4-H Skiing, Snowboarding, Sledding, Ice skating and Other Winter Recreation Activities

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 2020 Clayton County  Fair will be August 5-10.

2020 4-H & FFA Fairbook 
Big-4 Fair, Postville
 

4-H Record Keeping & Awards

Help Sheet for Clayton County 4-H Record Books & Awards

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. Record Keeping

Junior Record Keeping (4th-6th grades) Evaluation will be based on the 4-H'ers complete record keeping system. 

Intermediate & Senior Record Keeping (7th-12th grades) Evaluation will be based on the record keeping system only.

 

2020 Record Keeping Awards Application

  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 an interview or video. 

 
2020 County 4-H Project Award Application

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.

4-H Club Officer Award Application

 

Application Form for Alumni, Honorary & Meritorious Service Awards

County 4-H News

October 13, 2020

Local 4-H youth wo are participating in the Northeast Iowa 4-H Citizenship program resumed their monthly meetings on September 27 at Fayette County’s Fairgrounds in West Union.  34 youth from Winneshiek, Fayette, Clayton, and Delaware Counties and several adults attended the meeting. Guest speakers were Mike Klimesh and Matt Topscott, who are running for Iowa District 28 State Senate. Youth also learned about the five principles of Citizenship.

ribbon
September 1, 2020

The 2020 Iowa State Fair has been postponed this year, but state-level learning opportunities for Clayton County 4-H youth continued online. A special exhibition, 4-H Show Iowa, was held to provide state-level recognition of learning opportunities this summer. Included in these virtual celebrations were over 2,422 entries for 4-H Exhibits, Communication Events, and the Awardrobe Clothing Selection. Clayton County 4-H shared 43 exhibits.

Hanaway & Vlazny
August 31, 2020

Thirteen Clayton County 4-H members participated in the 2020 Fair Special Edition: Iowa 4-H and FFA Livestock Show this summer. While there were some special considerations for this stand-alone event, the chance to showcase their hard work in livestock project areas remained a top goal for all 1,600 youth exhibitors.  Shows were held over three weeks, Thursday through Saturday – Aug. 6-8, 13-15 and 20-22 at the Iowa State Fairgrounds.

Clayton Crop Scouting team
August 20, 2020

Three teams led by Joe and Suzanne Shirbroun took 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the state Youth Crop Scouting Competition on July 30.  Clayton County Team Number Two won second place (Ben Gibson, Nate Shirbroun and Nick Deitchler), Clayton County Team Number Three was in third place (Avery Wessel, Nathaniel Gaul and Keaton Klingman) and Clayton County Team Number One placed fourth (Laci Orr, Lane Orr, Brandon Whittle and Tristan Weigand).

 

County 4H Council
August 17, 2020

Clayton County Extension 4-H & Youth Development Committee is pleased to announce the new members for the 2020-21 4-H County Council. 4-H members selected were Cerria Drips, Elkport;  JayLyn Moore, Guttenberg; Molly Kann, Guttenberg; Sam Schilling, Colesburg; Nathaniel Gaul, Strawberry Point;  and Sean Wilwert, Elkader.

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