Recognition/Awards

Clinton County offers many opportunities for youth, volunteers and even donors to be recognized.  Each year, there is a county 4-H recognition program that takes place in the fall where individuals are recognized for their support and contributions to the 4-H Youth Development Program in Clinton County.  Below are applications and more information regarding recognition opportunities.

Youth Recognition
Academic Scholarships

 

Additional Community Scholarships

  • Clinton County Master Gardner's Scholarship
    • Can be found here. It is due May 1, 2024.
  • Clinton County Fair Scholarship, Two $500 Scholarships
Recognition for Volunteers & 4-H Supporters
Project Award Information

Only current 4-H members who have completed 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade are eligible to apply for a county record keeping project award. To apply for a record keeping project award, you must have submitted records in the project area for a minimum of two years with your most recent enrollment in the project area occurring during the most recent 4-H year. The number of awards given in each project area will be based on the merit of the support materials. A 4-H member may receive no more than one project award in the same year and may only receive an award for the project area once. A 4-H member may select a maximum of two project areas for award consideration. Recipients of 4-H Record Keeping Project Awards will receive a $100.00 award.

County 4-H Project Awards may also be submitted to Iowa 4-H for further review!

 

4-H Recognition Night 2023

Program from this year. We looked back at the 2022-2023 program year by recognizing record book awards, saluting our 4-H and Clover Kids club leaders, celebrating 1st year 4-H members, applauding our 4-H Foundation Sponsors, and more.