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Welcome to Story County 4-H and Clover Kids!

                

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What is 4-H and Clover Kids?

4-H Members are in grades 4-12. These members participate in club activities, conferences, and competitive events at the county and state fair levels. However, there is so much more to do as a member of the 4-H program! Click below to find out more!

Find out more about the Iowa 4-H Program here: https://www.extension.iastate.edu/4h/what-4-h

Clover Kids are in grades Kindergarten - 3rd. These members participate in club meetings and learn about the 4-H program though non-competetive activities and opportunities. Click the link below to learn more! 

Find out more about the Clover Kids Program here:  https://www.extension.iastate.edu/4h/iowa-4-h-clover-kids

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 and Clover Kids Clubs contact Jess Soderstrum, County 4-H Youth Coordinator at jlsoder@iastate.edu.

 

Story County 4-H Handbook


County 4-H News

June 25, 2020

Story County Extension and Outreach has recieved a Service Enterprise certification! Story County Extension will be equipped to engage and manage volunteers more effectively to meet community needs.

February 6, 2020

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Story County office hosted the On Their Own and Okay youth program in January at the Gilbert Intermediate School.  Ten youth met weekly afterschool for threes week and identified ways to stay home on their own safely for a short time.  They recognized how house rules provide safety and identified activities that help avoid boredom or loneliness while home alone.  Students also learned to make simple snacks.

February 6, 2020

A Babysitting Basics class for students in fifth grade and up is being offered by ISU Extension and Outreach on Friday, February 21 from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm and will be held at the Roland Public Library. 

January 10, 2020

Youth in grades K-6 can start their own collection of recipes provided during the program. Questions can be directed to Mary at 515-382-6551 or email mwilkins@iastate.edu.

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