This handbook is your guide to all aspects of the 4-H Program in Clay County. It details the policies and procedures of the entire 4-H program, including the guidelines and project requirements of each 4-H project. This document sets out certain standards and guidelines to be used to assure that 4-H is a positive youth development program. Clay County 4-H policy is guided by the Clay County 4-H Council. Legal authority for the 4-H program rests with the Director of the Cooperative Extension Serv
The "Fantastic Foods" curriculum series is designed to help youth have fun in the kitchen as they prepare different foods, do fun experiments, and go on fact-finding missions. The curriculum is designed around six major categories: healthy food selection, smart food purchasing, food safety and science, food preparation, food preservation, careers, and food around the world.
As you complete your 4-H poster projects, please remember to add a label in the bottom right corner that includes your name, project, grade, and division. A fillable form is attached to this article.
Clay County 4-H Information (Updated 1/9/2020)
Annual Laundry Detergent and Trash Bag Fundraiser.
Clay County 4-H Newsletter - June 2019
Clay County 4-H Newsletter - October 2019
A poster label needs to be placed in the lower right hand corner of all posters and entomology box.
Extension Homemaker Scholarship Applications are due April 1st
Have Fun! Go Places! Join 4-H! Make Friends! Your Adventure Begins Here! Clay County 4-H Fair - July 18-24, 2020.
Each 4-H member is asked to complete a "Clay County 4-H My Record of Achievement". These will include all activities that the member has completed during the 2020 4-H Year. A box will be available in the Exhibit Hall during judging on Thursday evening and through Sunday, July 19th.