Join A Clinton County 4-H Club What’s 4-H? 4-H is a youth development program for youth in 4-12th grade. 4-H Mission: Empowering youth to reach their full potential through youth-adult partnerships and research-based experiences. 4-H Vision: Preparing Iowa’s youth to be successful, contributing members of society. The Iowa 4-H program’s four program priorities – STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), Healthy Living, Citizenship and Leadership, and Communication and the Arts – align with the goals of the Clinton County 4-H Youth Development Program and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. Reasonable Accommodation Resources. The four 4-H delivery modes include: Afterschool Programs: partnerships with schools Clubs: There are eleven 4-H Clubs and six Clover Kids Clubs in Clinton County Camps: Junior Camp; Intermediate Camp; Winter Plunge Camp, Youth Conference; and more! Schools: Manufacturing Day, STEM Day, Ricochet, Real Money. Real World Events: Clinton County Fair Club Show, 4-H Basketball Tournament, Fire Up, Recognition Night, and many more! How can my child become a 4-H Member? First, it is recommended that parents and their children attend club meeting as guests to learn more about the club and what plans they have for the year. There are ten Community 4-H Clubs and one Special Interest (SPIN) 4-H Club in Clinton County. If your child would like to join a club, please visit v2.4honline.com to enroll. Or you can contact the Clinton County Extension and Outreach Office at 563-659-5125 or firstname.lastname@example.org. There is a 1:10 youth to adult ratio for membership, so there is a maximum number of youth who may join. Members are not considered active until they have submitted BOTH the online enrollment and payment (checks payable to Clinton County Extension) to their Extension Office. Each club will provide a Yearly Club Program to their members before the December 1st meeting, so that families can plan for the fun activities ahead. Special Interest Clubs Livestock Judging Teams - Club Leader: Doug Deppe, Meeting Place: Extension and Outreach Office, Meeting Time: TBD What does it cost to join? Your $45 Member Enrollment Fee: $30 Iowa 4-H Program Fee $5 Iowa 4-H 4hOnline Support Fee $10 County Support *Members enrolling before December 1st will receive a $5 credit from the Clinton County 4-H Foundation. Members will owe $40 per member. *Members enrolling after December 1st will owe $45 per member. 4hOnline website: v2.4honline.com Help Sheet for Enrolling in 4hOnline as a New Family Help Sheet for Re-Enrolling Members/Families Please contact the Clinton County Extension Office at (563) 659-5125 or a local 4-H Club Leader to learn more! Club Directory Community 4-H Clubs Charlotte Jr. Producers Leader: Linda Wiese Phone: 563-357-4595 Email: email@example.com CW Jr. Ag Leader: Kendra Yaddof Phone: 563-212-0705 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Delmar Hot Shots Leader: Kent Bennis Phone: 563-357-2625 Email: email@example.com DeWitt Hustlers Leader: Heidi Barber Phone: 563-210-0615 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Equine Fever Leader: Robin Krogman Phone: (563) 271-6611 Email:email@example.com Goose Lake Jr. Feeders Leader: Wendy Hines Phone:(563) 357-0137 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Iowanna Leader: Samantha Heilig Phone: 563-940-1222 Email: email@example.com Minnehaha & Mohawk Leader: Amy Schroeder Phone: (563) 357-0009 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Orange Future Leaders Leader: Kevin Meyer Phone: (563) 503-4991 Email: email@example.com Welton Jr. Farmers Leader: Lisa Burke-Martin Email: firstname.lastname@example.org SPIN 4-H Clubs Livestock Judging Teams Leader: Doug Deppe Phone: (563) 249-0977 Email: email@example.com 4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential working and learning in partnership with caring adults.