4-H Clubs, Junior Leaders, and Volunteers

Dixon County 4-H Clubs

  • COVID 4-H Meeting Guidelines
  • 4-H Officer's Guide
  • Clubs of Excellence
  • Club Leader Resources
  • 4-H Policy and Procedures Handbook
  • Financial Handbook
  • Year End 4-H Club Treasurer's Report
    • Due January 31, 2021
  • Participant Code of Conduct
  • Jr. Leaders of 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 opportunities 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
  • Teen Leader New Membership Poster
  • Constitution


    All 4-H Volunteers must either enroll yearly in 4HOnline OR complete the 4-H Volunteer Activity Application appropriate for their role.

    All 4-H Volunteers must also be screened every 5 years. New volunteers and those who did not complete the process in 2020 will need to be screened.

    The 4-H Pledge

    I pledge my HEAD to clearer thinking, my HEART to greater loyalty, my HANDS to larger service, and my HEALTH to better living,for my club, my community, my country, and my world.