Why 4H?



40 Questions about Ohio 4-H


When joining a club, consider these issues:
  • Think about your project interest. Some clubs will work with all projects; some have limits on the type of project they will accept in their club. If you have a specific interest, you will want to look for a club that works with your project interest. If you do not have a project interest at this point, you will want to look for a club that works with all projects.

  • Schedule. Find a club whose meeting schedule is possible for you. Some clubs have a set meeting night and some clubs vary their meeting night to accommodate various family schedules. You will need to contact the Organizational Club Advisor (listed in club brochure) and find out the club's meeting dates and times.

  • Once you have decided on a club(s) that might be a possibility for you, call and ask the organizational club advisor if you can visit at their next club meeting. It is okay to visit more than one club before deciding which is the best club for you.


Club Brochure < click that to print 

^^ This is a brochure that we have made for you to show you any clubs in Knox County that are accepting new members and has the information about where the clubs meet as well as the Orgizinational Advisor's contact information! 

Enrollment instructions 

4-H Online Website  -  https://v2.4honline.com/

You'll need to call our office 740-397-0401 (talk with Andrea or Miranda) to be set up as a new family, then these instructions will help you with step by step guides to add your information.

The Family Guide book will help you decide which projects are best for your child there are over 200 to look at!

Family Guide

4H Project Learning

4H Pledge