Welcome to Brown County 4-H!
4-H is many things for many people. For some new families, this can occasionally feel like a daunting task. For the 2019-2020 program year, Brown County 4-H is releasing a new issue that covers a different topic to help new 4-H families understand different aspects of 4-H. Each issue contains 1 cover page talking about Brown County specifically, 1 page for the adult to learn about 4-H, and 1 page 4-H members to discover more about 4-H.
As new issues are released, they are posted here! Click on the links below to see the available issues of Exploring 4-H!
|October 2019 - 4-H Pledge|
|November 2019 - Projects|
|December 2019 - Club Meetings|
|January 2020 - Terminology|
|February 2020 - Organizational Structure & Opportunities|
|March 2020 - Volunteering & Community Service|
|April 2020 - Camps|
|May 2020 - Learn By Doing|
Please reach out if you ever have a question or need clarity on any 4-H topic. The Brown County 4-H website has a lot of useful resources! The Submission Forms page and the Forms and Documents page are both great resources for upcoming events, paperwork/applications, awards, club officers, trips, grants, and scholarships.
We’re so glad to have you as a part of the 4-H family!
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