Dixon County 4-H



 
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Shopping in Style Form
$15 Challenge Form
Special Garden Project Form
Clover Kids Entry Form
Open Class Fairbook
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Secrets of Service on the Job
Real World Money
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Clover Kid Camp
Don & Martha Romero Scholarship

4-H Council Scholarship form

4-H Club Information

4-H Policy and Procedures  Handbook 

Financial Handbook

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4-H Club of the Month Form

 

Volunteer Spotlight Newsletters

February

 

Junior Leaders In Dixon County

Jr. Leaders is a 4-H Club beyond the typical 4-H Club.  Leaders commit to 4 years of membership, where they can earn money and points by doing community service and fund raising.  To be a Jr. Leader, you must be 12 years of age by January 1, of the current year, and be enrolled in at least one 4-H project per year.  The Jr. Leader program adds many opportunites for service and growth, as well as, long-lasting friendships.   For more information view the ad for Jr. Leaders and the constitution at the links below.

JR Leader Record Book

Constitution