Join 4-H

Welcome to Story County 4-H and Clover Kids!

               

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Choose a Club

Story County has a variety of clubs to choose from based on your location, age or interests! Below is a link to our list of club leaders. Make contact with them to learn more about their club, get your name on their member list and to stay up to date with club meetings, dates, times, expectations and announcements!

Enroll in 4-HOnline

To make sure you are receiving all information about Story County 4-H activities, make sure you enroll in the 4HOnline database. If you need help creating an account or understanding how to use 4HOnline, help sheets are available below or you may call 515-382-6551 or stop by the Extension Office and we will help you!

There is a program development fee due once you have completed your profile in 4-HOnline.

For more information on our 4-H Clubs contact Katelyn Bateman, County Youth Coordinator at kbateman@iastate.edu

Clover Kids Clubs contact Mary Wilkins, 4-H Youth Outreach Coordinator at mwilkins@iastate.edu

4-H and Clover Kids New Member Series

Join us on the second Thursday of each month through June 2018 to learn more about the opportuities you have as a member. 


County 4-H News

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November 27, 2017

Interested in adding something new to your program routine? ISU Extension and Outreach Story County has a variety of resources and programs just for you!

Three Cartoon Youth
February 7, 2018

A Babysitting Basics class for youth in fifth and sixth grade is being offered by ISU Extension and Outreach on March 15.  The class will run from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.  Participants will learn about the responsibilities of a babysitter, what employers expect, and how to care for infants and toddlers. 

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February 7, 2018

Water Rocks! Day Camp is planned for youth in third through sixth grades and will be held Thursday, March 8 from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm at McFarland Park.  Through activities participants will learn about the amazing Mississippi Watershed and the great things found in it like water, soil, animals, and more.

Winging it flyer
February 7, 2018

Stretch your wings, fly like a falcon, and engage your owl eyes! Discover birds through activities, games, and crafts during this spring break day camp, including owl pellets, a bird hike, and more!

January 23, 2018

Kids in the Kitchen Program is being held Monday, February 12 at the Colo Community Center.  The program is for youth in grades 4-6.  Participants will learn about food groups and kitchen safety as youth prepare a taco lunch and make three cakes to share with their guests at the end of the program. 

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