Club Resources

O'Brien County is home to six 4-H clubs for youth in grades 4-12. 

O'Brien County 4-H focuses on Healthy Living, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math), Leadership and Civic Engagement, and Communication and the Arts. Through positive youth development, we partner with youth to help them find their passion and learn by doing. 

New 4-H Member Resources

New to 4-H? Wondering how to get started? Check out our 

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New Member Guide (3.54 MB)

To join O'Brien County 4-H, you will need to enroll in 4-H Online.

Does your family already have a 4-H Online account? 
Your family has a 4-H Online account if anyone in the family has previously enrolled in 4-H or Clover Kids.

Does your family need to set up a 4-H Online account?
If no one in your family has been a member of Clover Kids or 4-H then, you will need to set up an account.

O'Brien County 4-H App

Once you/your child has enrolled in 4-H, be sure to download the O'Brien County 4-H App (Apple Store) (Google Play) to keep the latest information at your fingertips.

O'Brien County Fair

Visit the O'Brien County Fair page for all things fair. 

Record Keeping Resources

4-H Forms for Recordkeeping: