All clubs, those that manage and do not manage finances, have the privilege of identifying themselves as a 4-H Club. Annual renewals are important to ensure that funds raised by the club members are used to meet the club goals set by 4-H Club members.
Members can choose which projects they want to learn about and what events and activities they want to attend. The more a youth is involved in 4-H, the more they get from the experience. Expand your comfort zone and try new experiences.
4-H remains committed to accomplishing our mission of building life skills, creating meaningful relationships and connecting with our communities. YOU can be a part of that solution by creating or joining a project pod this year.
Do you have or know youth who want to be involved with Chisago County 4-H but struggle to get involved because they do not feel their needs will be met?
What are 4-H Clubs? Most clubs welcome anyone in kindergarten through one year past high school and interested in any project area.
Congratulations to all of our Chisago County 4-Her's and their wonderful livestock showings and project exhibits at the 2021 Chisago County Fair!
“I pledge my hands to larger service..” is not just the 4-H pledge but a practice Minnesota 4-H youth integrate with their daily lives. Thanks to special funding from Compeer Financial, youth across the state partnered with local food shelves and nutrition organizations to support neighbors in need.
4-H is for all youth, from kindergarten through one year past high school. 4-H welcomes boys, girls, and adults from all backgrounds and locations. The entire family can join in projects and activities. Younger members, kindergarten through second grade are part of the Cloverbud program. Cloverbud activities promote creativity and discovery without emphasis on competition.
Now that you’ve enrolled in 4-H you are ready to begin working on your projects – but wait! What is a 4-H project? How do should you pick projects? What do you need to do to complete a project?