You can volunteer with Jones County 4-H!

Volunteers needed:

  • Clover Kid leaders and helpers!
  • 4-H Project leaders
  • 4-H Club leaders
  • Youth Committee - helps guide the Jones County 4-H program
  • Teen Council mentors - mentor high school 4-H member to be the best they can be!


Would you like to:

  • Help kids grow and explore their futures?
  • Learn more about 4-H opportunities available to you?
  • Consider volunteering to help lead a 4-H group in Jones County?
  • Mentor 4-H youth in Jones County?
  • Share your special interests, abilities and knowledge with 4-H youth?
  • Have FUN with kids?
For more information about opportunities to volunteer with the Jones County  4-H program contact:
Jennifer Fischer at 319-465-3224 or jenfisch@iastate.edu 

County 4-H News

November 26, 2019

All youth Pre-K through 6th grade are invited to ring in the new year with family and friends during this celebration! The party will include crafts, activities, snacks and a countdown leading up to Noon, followed by a short party to ring in 2020.

November 25, 2019

Looking for a unique gift to surprise your grandson, daughter or nephew this year? Give the gift of an
experience they’ll love! We have several options to choose from for camps and trips in 2020. Just pick
your favorite (or a few) of the options listed and we’ll supply you with a themed gift box to give
your loved one over the holidays.

Jones County 4-H Member with STATIC project
November 27, 2019

Join us Saturday, December 14, for a fun training designed to prepare individuals for 4-H exhibit/event judging. Participants will leave with information and resources for evaluating exhibits, educating others & encouraging 4-H'ers. Registrations due by December 10. 

September 24, 2019

Join Fairview Thunderbolts 4-H Club! This club is revamping to be focused on STEM and hands-on learning. Youth in 4th-12th grade are eligible to join.

September 24, 2019

Want to learn more about 4-H and how to get involved? Then, this event is for you! Join us for an hour of fun and learning about 4-H.



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