4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential working and learning in partnership with caring adults.
4-H is education for life that uses a learn-by-doing approach.

Active in all 93 counties and at 4h.unl.edu

Cedar County 4-H

4-H members who received special awards (awards, gifts, and rosettes) should be sure to send thank-you notes to their donors. Without their support, we would not be able to offer these special awards.
Is your child interested in learning how to shoot a bow & arrow? Join the Cedar County Sharp Shooters to learn or develop their skills through the 4-H Shooting Sports project. To learn more about how to become involved in the Cedar County Sharp Shooters, mark your calendars for an informational archery shooting sports meeting on Sunday, October 13, at 7:00 pm at the Hartington City Auditorium Basement. The archery program is open to youth ages 8-18 as of Janaury 1st.
Be sure your child is enrolled in all project areas they wish to exhibit within at the Cedar County Fair. Go to 4HOnline ttps://v2.4honline.com and review with your child(ren) what project areas they are in and update as needed. Updates are to be completed by June 15th.
After you have completed updating your project area enrollment on 4HOnline, then it is time to specify what exhibits you plan to bring to the Cedar County Fair from within those project areas you signed up for. All events and exhibits you wish to take part in or bring to the fair must be listed on pre-entry forms. Fair static entry tags and livestock show orders will be made-up according to the information you provide on these forms. Clover Kid and Livestock pre-entry/ID forms are due to our office by June 15th. Pre-Entry forms for the Fashion Show and Pre-Fair Day exhibits are due June 21st. All other Static exhibits pre-entry forms are due by June 28. All pre-entry forms can be found on the "Cedar County Fair & Pre-Fair Resources" webpage.
Cedar County 4-H clubs are encouraged to promote 4-H during February Nebraska 4-H Month to receive a promotion grant.
Sponsored by NIFA and Nebraska 4-H Foundation, 4-H clubs are awarded $500 in recognition for the work of the club and for their service work in the club & community.