Youth from age 5 to age 18 are encouraged to join one of our many 4-H Clubs! Tazewell County 4-H, through University of Illinois Extension, provides numerous educational projects and programs, which are research based and provide hands on learning experiences. Projects are selected by 4-H members, so learning is tailored to suit each individual!
- 4G STEM Camp Registration 2016
4G STEM Camp introduces seventh and eighth grade girls to careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. The camp includes 5 days of hands-on activities, field trips, and lab experiments. The camp is scheduled for July 11 - 15, 2016. Registration is limited to 40 participants. $175 registration fee. Scholarship applications are available.
- 4-H Leader Online Orientation Training
New leaders please complete this required, but brief, orientation training. Leaders who were volunteers before this site was established should also complete this training. Thank you for making the best better in Tazewell County!
- 4-H Leadership Role Recommendations
This is a helpful tool to use when organizing your club for the new year. The more help a Contact Leader can recruit, the better.
- 4-H Secretary Book
Club Secretaries should use this new online Secretary book. Save the file to your computer and a back up source.
- 4-H Treasurer Book
Club Treasurers should use this new online book to complete the club fiscal information. Save the file to your computer and a back up source.
- Dog Agility & Obedience 4-H SPIN Club
Information and enrollment form for the Tazewell 4-H Dog Agility and Obedience 4-H SPIN Club
- Illinois 4-H Clover Challenge Agreement
- Quality Assurance and Ethics
All 4-Hers enrolled in Beef, Sheep, Swine, Horse, Dairy, Goat, Poultry, Rabbit, Dog or Cat are required to take the online Quality Assurance and Ethics training to remain active in their project and be eligible to exhibit at the 4-H Show. Tazewell 4-H deadline to complete the training is June 15.
- Tazewell 4-H Achievement Awards booklet
The annual awards booklet announcing Recognition of Excellence Awards, Best Kept Records, Secretary and Treasurer awards, Club of the Year, Leader Anniversaries and various special awards.
- Tazewell 4-H Project Kits
Are you looking for something different, fun, and educational for your next 4-H meeting? If so, consider checking out a Project Learning Kit, available at the Tazewell County Extension Office.
- Tazewell 4-H Record Book Activity Journal
Tazewell 4-H members use these pages to record their 4-H, school, church and community activities throughout their 4-H career.
- Tazewell 4-H Record Book Index
The first page of a Tazewell 4-H member's record book/binder.
- Tazewell 4-H Record Book Project Page
4-H members complete a project record page for each project in which he/she enrolls.
- Tazewell 4-H Shooting Sports Enrollment Packet
The Shooting Sports board has scheduled the dates for the spring 2016 sessions (shotgun still pending.) The enrollment packet is available and can be turned into the Extension office at any time.
- Tazewell 4-H Shooting Sports Newsletter - March 2016
The Spring 2016 Shooting Sports session is scheduled to begin mid-April. The newsletter includes information about the session and needs for the program.
- Tazewell 4-H Shooting Sports volunteer packet - adults
All adults volunteering with the Shooting Sports program must complete a Risk form and Health form each year. Completed forms can be returned to the Shooting Sports instructor or the Extension office prior to the first shoot.
- Tazewell 4-H Volunteer application packet
Anyone interested in applying to become a 4-H volunteer can begin the process by completing this packet and returning it to the Tazewell County Extension office.
- Tazewell Tribune - May 2016
Check out the latest happenings in Tazewell 4-H.
- Tri County Rocketeers
Aerospace Special Interest Club information and enrollment form.