2020 4-H Enrollment - 4HOnline   Enrollment for the 2020 4-H program year will be open for members, clover kids and club/project leaders as of October 16, 2019.  New and returning club members, as well as new and returning club leaders must enroll through 4HOnline.  Members who are re-enrolling will only need to update their profile and project listing (do not setup a new profile).  New members will need to create a family profile or if family has already enrolled will only need to add a member. 
     Notes:  Health information is optional. You DO NOT need to complete this portion of the online form unless your child is planning to attend a state camp or campus event.
     When filling out the emergency contact information please add contact info of someone other than yourself; if we are unable to get a hold of you who should we contact (spouse, grandparent, friend, etc.)?  

Use the new Pick-Your-Project resource guide to aid you in selecting your project areas for the 2020 year.  Re-enrollments are to be complete by March 15.  New members can enroll through June 15.

If need assistance with enrollment process please refer to the following 4HOnline step-by-step instructions or contact the Extension Office for help.

          4HOnline Steps to Enroll NEW Member 
          4HOnline Steps to Re-Enroll a Returning Member 
          4HOnline Steps to Enroll as NEW Club or Project Leader
          4H Online Steps to Re-Enroll as a Returning Club or Project Leader

          4-H Volunteer Screening  new DHHS volunteer screening process for direct volunteers

Also please view the Cedar County 4-H Project List (2 page pdf) before attempting to enroll to see all project opportunities available to you through the Cedar County 4-H Program.  You may refer to the 2020 Pick Your Project (now an online project selection guide) for descriptions of the projects.  Or on the right-hand side of the Pick Your Project page are links to the cirriculum areas listing all projects within.

4-H Dues for each 4-H member or clover kid will be $5.00 with the 4-H horse project participants’ dues being $6.00.  The Cedar County Sharp Shooters and Archery Club memberships have an additional club fee to cover materials needed.  All dues will be used to pay for 4-H programming in Cedar County.  The dues also covers the cost of a supplemental insurance which is $2 for horse participants and $1 for all other 4-H members.  Leaders and volunteers may also purchase this insurance coverage for the cost of $1 if they so wish.  The insurance provides coverage to and from 4-H sponsored activities as long as an adult is present, this includes 4-H club meetings.  Please give your dues to your club leader or send into the Extension Office.  Please make checks payable to the Cedar County 4-H Council.

Volunteers - Parents willing to lend a hand within the 4-H program are asked to complete a volunteer screening.  This is a great opportunity for you as a parent to assist your child and others in learning life skills they will carry into the future.  This screening enables the 4-H program to assure you that we are providing a safe, positive and nurturing environment for your child.  Depending on your roll in the 4-H program as to which screening process you will be required to complete to meet the Nebraska 4-H Youth Activity Safety Policy.  For more information visit Volunteer Resources.

  • Direct Volunteer - Any adult or teen acting as a direct supervisor or mentor to youth as part of a youth activity (example - club leaders, lead teachers/presenters, chaperones, etc.)
     - Complete DHHS on-line Volunteer Screening (Criminal Background Check) valid for 5 years ($5 fee)
     - Will be checked with Sex Offender Registry list annually
     - Review Activity Worker Guidelines
     - Review Nebraska 4-H Code of Conduct
     - After completing the DHHS Volunteer Screening, and reviewing the Activity Worker Guidelines and Code of Conduct, please complete the printable or electronic Direct Volunteer Activty Application.  Return printable form to the Extension Office.
  • Indirect Volunteer - Any person who provides support services for youth activities (example - teaching assistants, superintendents, judges, food service, set-up crews, maintenance, etc.)
     - Will be checked with Sex Offender Registry list annually
     - Review Activity Worker Guidelines
     - Review Nebraska 4-H Code of Conduct
     - After reviewing the Activity Worker Guidelines and Code of Conduct, please complete the printable or electronic Indirect Volunteer Activty Application.  Return printable form to the Extension Office.

Cedar County Calendar of Events  (*pdf, 2 pages) as of