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4- H clubs usually meet in the evenings or on weekends and offer self-chosen multiple learning experiences and activities. The youth officers run the meetings, typically using parliamentary procedure.

All 4-H clubs must be chartered, which includes having an approved constitution and bylaws. The 4-H charter allows clubs to use the 4-H name and emblem, raise funds in the name of 4-H, and carry out the 4-H educational program.

Individual youth and adult volunteers must complete the required 4-H enrollment process and pay the annual 4-H program fees, which includes accident and sickness insurance coverage. 


How does a 4-H Club work?

Responsibilities of 4-H Club Members

4-H members work as individuals and as a team. They:

  • Select projects with guidance from a 4-H leader and parent or guardians
  • Create and complete a plan for project work
  • Keep a record of project work
  • Attend 4-H meetings
  • Participate in local and county 4-H activities and events
  • Learn the 4-H Pledge and Motto
  • Exhibit project work
  • Participate in committee assignments
  • Participate in community service activities
  • Participate in other 4-H clubs and programs, such as camp
  • Abide by the 4-H Code of Conduct