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Cheyenne County
212 E Washington
PO Box 667
St. Francis, KS  67756-0667
785-332-3199 Fax
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Sherman County
813 Broadway Room 301
Goodland, KS 67735-0002
785-890-4879 Fax
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Wallace County
118 N Gardner   
PO Box 189
Sharon Springs, KS 67758
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4-H Youth Development

4-H PledgeThe 4-H year begins October 1 and ends September 30 of the following year.

  •  Members live in towns, in the country, and on farms.  4-H is open to all youth regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, or disability.
  • Kansas 4-H Youth Development has a policy for open enrollment.  Eligible youth may enroll in Kansas  4-H Youth Development programs at any time of the year.  
  • Youth wanting to join must be 7 years old and not older than 18 as of December 31 of the new year in order to be eligible for 4-H.  4-H members who are selected as winners in late summer or fall, and who turn 19 before January 1, cannot compete in state or national contests, awards, or recognition programs. 
  • Youth ages 5—6 years old prior to January 1 of the current 4-H year are eligible to participate in the Cloverbuds project which is offered through the 4-H clubs.  Cloverbuds members are encouraged to attend Cloverbuds county-wide project meetings.  (See Cloverbuds Section for policies.)
  • Some of your questions may be answered in Frequently Asked Questions

KSU Online 4-H Enrollment

    K-State Family Resources/Enrollment Information



4-H & Youth Development Newsletters

October 4-H Youth Development

November 4-H Youth Development

4-H Club Resources

Information on Discovery Days, Citizenship, and more on our 4H> Event page


Circuit Playground Coding Camp



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Volunteers Wanted

We would love to have you as a Volunteer Project Leader!  Do you have a knowledge you could share with youth?  If you would like to be a 4-H Volunteer Project Leader in your county,  contact your local extension office.  Project Leaders may have from 1 to many meetings to help instruct members.

Volunteer Enrollment Process

State Fair 4-H Entries here


**Updated Oct 2019:  Member/Parent 2019 Code of Conduct

**Updated Oct 2019:  Volunteer 2019 Code of Conduct

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