Club Resources

4-H Finances

Guidelines and Agreements

Forms and Worksheets

Help Sheets

Member Assistance

Reasonable Accommodation Practices

Learn about our policies, practices, or procedures and find Reasonable Accommodation Forms.


Applications are available for the 2024 Pocahontas County 4-H Scholarship

Due to the generous support of the Pocahontas County 4-H Endowment up to 10 scholarships will be awarded to senior 4-H members.  The applications are available at the ISU Extension and Outreach Office Pocahontas County, on our website, by emailing or you may phone 712-335-3103 and we will mail you a copy.  Applications are due no later than February 1, 2024 at 4:30 to the ISU Extension and Outreach Pocahontas County office, no late applications will be accepted.

Iowa 4-H Foundation Scholarships

Scholarship applications open in November and Close March 1st! There are scholarships available for 11th and 12th graders. Also, some scholarships are available for current college students. Lots of scholarships are available but some are not awarded because people do not apply! If you need help applying for one please let us know.

Website to Scholarship Page



Club Resources

Club Officer Resources

Club Meetings

Parliamentary Procedure

  • Parliamentary Procedure Script
  • Things to try:
    • Placing queue cards on tables to help members know what to say.
    • Have Vice-President hold up queue cards “secretly” during the meeting. Think of the “clap” or “laugh” cards for audiences in the movies. These cards would say what members need to say next “I move that we…” and “I second that.” Consider throwing in the silly ones to make the meeting interesting.
    • Encourage older members to encourage younger/new members to make motions. Have older members whisper what needs to be said to younger/new ones.
    • Do make a motion Trail Mix, Pizza, Sandwich, etc. Have members make motions to add things to the food. Make sure some items are not wanted there, so they know how to not have a motion pass.

Club Officer Roles

Below are some ideas for what each club officer should do in their position. Please understand, though, that these rolls can be combined, split, or not even used. Officer positions held should be based on what the club needs.

Club Officer Installation 

Vibrant Club Activities

Below is a list of games and activities that 4-H Staff have enjoyed using during workshops or other events. Most of these require little to no supplies. If you need supplies for a game or activity, please reach out to the Extension Office to see if we have some on hand. This is not an exhaustive list, and if you have something that you think we should add to this, please email it to

Building a Vibrant Club Series

Planning Your Club's Year

Club Officer Installation 

Risk Management/4-H Regulations
Exhibits and Fair
Coloring Pages