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Shasta 4-H Enrollment & More

Welcome to the 4-H Program in Shasta County

Cows & Cooking?   Rockets & Rabbits?    Plants & Pigeons?

4-H is not just large animals! You do not need to own an animal to be in 4-H nor do you need to live on a farm.

4-H is a youth program with more activities than you can imagine. 4-H has rural, suburban and urban kids that not only take part in the livestock area, but in foods and nutrition, dog care and training, sewing, arts and crafts, woodworking, and public speaking just to name a few.

4-H members participate in events, contests, projects, exhibits, summer camp, international programs, scholarships, and more. 4-H members can learn about leadership, learn new skills, and have the chance to participate in workshops, both county and state activities and more.

Many teens become leaders that help the younger and newer 4-H members. There are special citizenship projects for Shasta County, California, and Washington D.C. A positive attitude, the willingness to learn new skills, meet new people, and to do some type of community service and most of all have a big smile and have fun are all that are required.  

4-H Mission

The mission of 4-H is to help young people develop their potential. This is done by encouraging them to participate in practical real-life experiences. As a result of this involvement, they should be better able to lead satisfying lives as responsible, self directing members of society.

The 4-H Creed

I believe in 4-H Club work for the opportunity it will give me to become a useful citizen.

 I believe in the training of my HEAD for the power it will give me to think, to plan, and to reason.

 I believe in the training of my HEART for the nobleness it will give me to be kind, sympathetic, and true.

 I believe in the training of my HANDS for the ability it will give me to helpful, skillful, and useful.

 I believe in the training of my HEALTH for the strength it will give me to enjoy life, to resist disease, and to work efficiently.

 I believe in my country, my state, and my community and in my responsibility for their development.

 In all these things I believe, and am willing to dedicate my efforts to their fulfillment.

Costs for 4-H

4-H members enroll annually usually during August-September-October. A required enrollment fee includes accident insurance for participation in 4-H meetings, events and activities.  The enrollment fee in Shasta County for 2017-2018 is $66.00 per youth member for participation. 4-H Volunteer Leaders enrollment fee is $36.00 per adult.

Other costs will depend on the types of projects and the amount of activities the members chooses to undertake in 4-H.  These other costs can vary from project to project. Local 4-H Leaders can advise you at the beginning of the 4-H year as to expected costs. Some project and activity costs may be covered by fundraisers during the year. You can ask about local 4-H Club fundraisers and your responsibilities to do them when you register to enroll in 4-H.

 

4-H Enrollment

In Shasta County, youth ages 5-19 are eligible to participate in 4-H.  Enrollment fees for the 2018-19 program year are $54.00 for youth and $18.00 for adults.  Need help with fees? Please contact your Community Club Leader or the 4-H Office to find out how we can help. Our goal is for all interested youth to have the opportunity to participate in our program.

Online Enrollment (Required): https://ca.4honline.com/

"HOW TO ENROLL" New Member Enrollment Instructions

"HOW TO ENROLL" Returning Member Enrollment Instructions

Paper Treatment Authorization/Health History Information Forms must be given to your Community Club Leader: (Please print your copy and submit with your original signature)

Youth Medical Form 2018-2019

Adult Medical Form 2018-2019

 

 

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The 4-H Clover

4-H Clover
 

The 4-H Emblem is a four leaf clover that has an "H" on each leaf, representing Head, Heart, Hands, and Health. 

The clover is green to symbolize growth and youth, and the white color of the H's represents sincerity and honesty.
The clover was adopted in 1909.  National 4-H has a policy about the proper use of the clover to help preserve its special character.  For the complete policy, click here: National Clover Policy

The 4-H Motto

The 4-H motto is to 'Make The Best Better' which means to always try your hardest and to always look for ways to improve.

4-H Pledge

As a True 4-H member, I pledge:
     My Head to Clearer Thinking
     My Heart to Greater Loyalty
     My Hands to Larger Service
     My Health to Better Living 
          For My Club,
               My Community,
                    My Country,
                         And My World.

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