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

Gage County 4-H

4-HOnline has cleared all projects for 2019 in an effort to create more accurate reporting. This means that you will have to re-add projects from previous 4-H years, they did not roll over to this year's enrollment. We have provided a file that lists last year's (2017-2018) projects for each youth. Please feel free to use this document while enrolling for 2019. 

2017-2018 Project List by Youth

National 4-H Congress Gage County Delegate's Reports

Four Gage County 4-H youth were awarded a trip to National 4-H Congress in Atlanta this past November, 2018. Receiving a trip were Preston Acton, Holmesville; Halie Parde, Emily Rempel, Beatrice; Melina Kostal, Odell. Read their Congress reports below.

Preston Acton:

Gage County 4-H Enrollment
Career Portfolio & Awards Application due October 1

FINISH STRONG! You worked hard, completed project goals, learned life skills, and contributed to your community... Finish strong recording your success and achievements. Take a few minutes to fill out your Career Portfolio. We challenge you to go the next step to compete for awards - add a story and photos and submit with your Career Portfolio. “How to” printed in this newsletter. We’re here to help - just let us know your questions!

Click below for required documents:

4-H Building Judging Results

Bucket Calf Ribbon Results

Grand Champion Bucket Calf: Ryan Rempel, Beatrice Reserve Grand Champion Bucket Calf: Jayden Thomsen, Odell

Broiler Ribbon Results

Thank you! Volunteers are the hear of 4-H. We invite teens, adults, grandparents, and other to join in the 4-H summer excitement. You'll meet new people, learn new skills, and have a great time! Come home to Gage County 4-H.