4-H CloverThe Utica Sapphires, Stanford Scramblers and Geyser Lucky Clovers 4-H clubs all call Judith Basin County home.

 

EVENTS

Upcoming Events

FORMS

Forms File Cabinet

FAIR

Fair

4-H HANDBOOK RESOURCES & SCHOLARSHIPS

4-H Handbook

NEWSLETTERS

Newsletters

 

Important Announcements

October 1st is the start of the new 4-H year.  Be sure to log onto ZSuite and re-enroll after Oct 1st.  If you need any assistance, we are here to help!

2024 Fair Book Cover Contest Announcement

February 2024 4-H Calendar

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Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

       

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Fair Book Cover Contest Begins

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Happy Groundhog Day

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Tween Camp Reg. Due

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Stanford Club Mtg

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Utica Club Mtg

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4-H Youth Leadership Workshop

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MT 4-H Scholarship App Due

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JB Co. Hunting Sports Mtg

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Presidents Day - Ext. Office Closed

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Tween Camp

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Tween Camp

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Tween Camp

Geyser Club Mtg

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Leap Day!

   

 

 

Visit the Events page for details on other upcoming events.

 

 

4-H Enroll Today

Enrollment for the 2022-2023 year is open!  Please visit the Visit the Zsuites enrollment page to complete your enrollment. Please have your online enrollment complete by November 30, 2023.

Returning 4-H Family Cheat Sheet

 

About 4-H

4-H is one of the largest youth organizations in the United States. With more than 6 million participating youth there are clubs in every county of every state. Adult leaders and volunteers work with youth (ages 5-19) in a variety of settings including schools, day camps, overnight camps, after school clubs, and other learning environments. They teach these youngsters life skills and provide opportunities for them to practice and use the tools they learn. They also teach them how to meet their own needs and those of the community in positive ways. The variety of projects offered allow young people to develop skills that will help them succeed and reach their full potential throughout their lifetime.

Montana 4-H

4-H is the largest out-of-school youth program in the state of Montana.  There are nearly 20,000 youth who participate in over 200 programs and learning experiences in all 56 Montana counties.  The opportunities are broad in the Montana 4-H program.  Youth can explore leadership, citizenship, international opportunities, agriculture, conservation, sewing, quilting, baking, child development, aerospace, robotics, welding, woodworking, shooting sports and even snowmobiling, just to name a few.  

 

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