- 2016 Bureau County 4-H Fair
- Open House at IVCC Office
- Bureau County 4-H Shooting Sports - Archery
- 2014 4-H Federation Kick-Off at Echo Bluff
- 2014 Bureau County 4-H Fair
Program Coordinator, 4-H and Youth Development
University of Illinois Extension
850 Thompson St,
Becker Professional Suites,
Princeton, IL 61356
4-H Bureau County
ENGAGE. EXPLORE. CONTRIBUTE. INNOVATE. IMPACT. #THATS4-H
Explore your world and engage in real-world experiences. Become a leader and impact your community, your world! Follow these easy steps to Join 4-H.
The 4-H Year kicks off on September 1, 2016! You can join throughout the year, however, as a new member you must be enrolled by April 1st, 2017 to participate in the annual 4-H Fair. Youth must be between the ages of 8-18 as of September 1, 2016 to sign up for the 2016-2017 4-H year. How can you become involved in Bureau County 4-H?
- Please contact the Extension office at 815/875-2878, or email Sue at firstname.lastname@example.org for enrollment information and for help finding a club in your community. (Also see community club information below!)
- Attend a club meeting and with support from the leader(s) and Extension you will be on your way to deciding what and how much you do in 4-H.
- Complete your enrollment online using the 4-H Online system at http://il.4honline.com site.
A traditional 4-H club has a minimum of five members, ages 8 to 18, and at least one screened adult volunteer. These clubs hold regular business meetings at least six times per year and elect officer positions. 4-H members may participate in individual and group projects, workshops, judging contests, the 4-H fair, and other fun learning activities throughout the year. There are over 200 project areas to choose from. All 4-H curriculum is designed to include hands-on activities.
The 4-H Cloverbud program helps build confident kids. Specially designed for kids ages five through seven, the 4-H Cloverbud program gets kids excited about learning. The 4-H Cloverbud program uses hands-on learning activities to help kids explore art, plants and animals, science, and the environment. They also engage in group activities that promote personal development, healthy life-styles, and a sense of citizenship. Cloverbuds are given the opportunity to display their accomplishments in a noncompetitive environment during the annual 4-H Fair.