Greeley, Howard, Sherman & Valley 4-H


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.

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Greeley, Howard, Sherman & Valley 4-H

Nominations are due by June 9thfor any livestock you plan to show at The 2019 State Fair. Visit to nominate your animals. Step by step Instructions are available here.

District Horse Show:

An individual and/or horse may enter ALL CLASSES level 2 classes at Districts, meaning 1 Western Pleasure, 1 Western Horsemanship, 1 Hunter Under Saddle, 1 Hunt Seat Equitation, 1 Reining, 1 Barrel Racing and 1 Pole Bending. 


Fonner Park State 4-H Expo:

The Sherman County 4-H Council hosted 4-H Discovery Night on Wednesday, February 6 at the Loup City High School commons from 4-6 pm. Local 4-H clubs were available with hands-on activities, fair exhibits and prizes throughout the event. Hands-on activities included rockets, aeronautics, cookie decorating, beef breeds, beef animal parts, beef project exhibitor information, Legos and hairy heads. 4-H has lots to offer for all ages such as camps, contests, shows, workshops and of course, the county fair.

Stay informed this 4-H season with reminders from You can now sign up for your county class on and get reminders specific to your county. Click below for instructions on how to enroll in your county class. 

Greeley County 4-H

Howard County 4-H

Sherman County 4-H

Nominate your club for Nebraska 4-H Club of the Month! The Nebraska 4-H Foundation and Nebraska 4-H Ambassadors have joined together to start a program which recognizes 4-H clubs throughout the state of Nebraska. Any 4-H club may nominate themselves to be the Club of the Month. Nominations are due the second Friday of the month before the club will be the Club of the Month.

All State Fair and/or AkSarBen livestock families are required to obtain a premise ID in order to enter and show at the 2017 Nebraska State Fair or AkSarBen (beef exhibitors April 1 deadline and feeder calves, goats, sheep and swine June 1 deadline). Families showing livestock only at county fair do not need a premise ID.