"My favorite color is a sunset." - Unknown Author
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
Dodge County held its annual 4-H Achievement Celebration, Sunday November 8th, in a Virtual Format. This year's event was hosted by Karna Dam, Extension Educator on Zoom. Presenting the awards and honors this year were the 2020 Dodge County 4-H Ambassadors: Emily Brodd, Erin Franzluebbers, Emily Miller, and Brooklyn Reynolds.
This year Dodge County 4-H was proud to announce a 45-Year volunteer, Myron Andrews. Myron has helped countless 4-H Horse youth develop in their horsemanship skills. This is truly a milestone. Congratulations, Myron!
The Dodge County 4-H Council voted Tuesday evening, Nov. 2nd, to hold the Annual Achievement Celebration Virtually this year. Please see the Friday, November 6th Blast for more information and a link to Sunday's Virtual Celebration!
It is time to celebrate the accomplishments of your 2020 4-H year. The annual 4-H Achievement Celebration will be held on Sunday, November 8th beginning at 5:00pm. This year’s event will again be held at the North Bend City Auditorium.
Working cooperatively with Three Rivers Public Health Department and United Way, Dodge County 4-H has accepted the challenge to assist in obtaining much needed Face Masks, Isolation Gowns and Surgical Caps. These supplies will be distributed to individuals in Dodge, Saunders and Washington County who need them. Saunders and Washington County 4-Hers are also contributing to this effort.
New patterns have been posted. PLEASE consider being a part of this extremely important community service project.
*DUE MARCH 2nd to Nebraska Extension Office by 4:30 p.m.
Thank you for starting another program year or for some beginning your first year in the Dodge County 4-H Program!
Youth ages 8 to 18 years old as of January 1 of the current calendar year are welcome to enroll in the 4-H Program. Youth 5 to 7 as of January 1 of the current calendar year may enroll as a Clover Kid in the 4-H Program. In Dodge County there is a $10 fee when enrolling for the program year.
4-H Enrollment is completed online. Both youth members and adult volunteers will need to complete their online enrollment, annually.
Latest Updates from Statewide 4-H
- Nebraska 4-H hits the road with volunteer professional development
- Registration for the 2022 judge registration closes September 30th
- Entry for NEW State 4-H Rodeo closes on September 17th
- Launching Nebraska-nauts into the 4-C'able Future
- Download the 4-H at State Fair App
- 4-H Volunteers Needed for State Fair
- 4-H'ers Invited to Submit to the 2021 4-H Project Showcase
- State Fair Entry Open for 4-H Livestock Exhibitors and Contest Participants