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Join A Clinton County 4-H Club

What’s 4-H?

4-H is a youth development program for youth in fourth through twelfth 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.

The four 4-H delivery modes include:

·         Clubs:  There are thirteen 4-H Community Clubs and five Clover Kids Clubs in Clinton County.
·         Camps:  Junior Camp; Intermediate Camp; Clover Woods Camp; Youth Conference; and more!
·         Schools:  Manufacturing Day and STEM Day
·         Events:  Clinton County Fair Club Show;  4-H Basketball Tournament; Fire Up and Recognition; Legislative Day; and many more!

How can my child become a 4-H Member?

1.      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 thirteen 4-H Clubs in Clinton County. 

Club Leader Contact   Meeting Place Meeting
4-H C.R.E.A.T.E Jillian Wall   Wall Home Sunday at 3 or 4 p.m.
Charlotte Jr.
Linda Wiese   Immanuel Lutheran Church Charlotte 1st Sunday at 6:00 pm
CW Jr. Ag Kendra Yaddof   Faith Lutheran Church 2nd Sunday at 3:30 pm
Delmar Hot Shots Kristi Bennis   Delwood School 2nd Sunday at 5:00 pm
Deep Creek Americans Dawn Chambers   Charlotte Area Activity Center 2nd Sunday at 6:00 pm
Dewitt Hustlers Rodney Bratthauer   Extension and Outreach Office 2nd Sunday at 6:00 pm
Equine Fever Robin Krogman   Extension and Outreach Office 3rd Monday at
6:30 pm
Goose Lake Jr.
Wendy Hines    Goose Lake
Community Center
1st Sunday at 6:00 pm
Iowanna Colette Christensen   Extension and Outreach Office 2nd Sunday at 4:00 pm
Minnehaha & Mohawk Amy Schroeder   Low Moor
Community Center
1st Thursday at 7:00 pm
Orange Future
Kevin Meyer   Extension and Outreach Office 1st Thursday at 6:30 pm
Welton Jr. Farmers Lisa Burke Martin   Welton Fire Station 2nd Sunday at 4:30 pm

2.      If your child would like to join, you will notify the Club Leader and they will give you a New Member 4-H Enrollment packet to complete by the December 1st registration deadline.  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 both enrolled in the 4hOnline Program and have paid their dues. Each club will provide a Yearly Club Plan to their members before the December 1st meeting, so that families can plan for the fun activities ahead. More information may be found at

What does it cost to join?

$45.00 Total Value

-$5.00 Clinton County 4-H Endowment Fund Scholarship for enrolling by December 1st
You Owe = $40.00 Per Member

Your $40 Member Enrollment Fee:
$5 State 4hOnline Support Fee
$2 State Insurance Fee
$30 State 4-H Program Fee
$5 County Program T-Shirt
$3 County Support
*If enrolled AFTER November 27, 2019, a $10 late fee will be issued

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!

County 4-H News

June 22, 2020

With so many things cancelled or postponed, the Clinton County Fair Board and the Clinton County Extension office are excited to announce a modified schedule for the 2020 Clinton County Club Show.

Clinton County Photo Contest
June 15, 2020

Attention amateur photographers! We want your photos for our 2021 calendar and wall decor. Take your best shots of Clinton County.

Yes! We are offering summer youth programming!
May 27, 2020

With something for all ages, Clinton County Extension is here to serve you this summer!

November 26, 2019

In Clinton County, the local teen leaders will work with 4-H educators, community members and Microsoft to identify the most needed digital skills in their communities and develop targeted digital skills trainings. The training sessions will cover key topics from online safety to computer basics and device training.

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