Achievement Applications for Awards and premiums are due to the Extension Office on September 13. Growth Awards Application, College Scholarship Application, Participation Scholarship, Outstanding Member Nominations, Platinum Member, Diamond Clover and Volunteer hours are also due on September 13.
Hamilton County Ag Society will be advertising when to turn in record books.
*For more information contact the Hamilton County Ag Society firstname.lastname@example.org
Martha and Don Romeo Scholarship- Due to Hamilton County Extension Office November 30, 2021
Achievement Party- October 17, 4pm
Achievement Application- link Sr. level application (ages 15-18)
Clover Kids Record Book- ages 5-7, not required
Growth Awards Application- Applicant must be a Hamilton County 4-H member. An application needs to be filled out and Achievement Application submitted by September 13, 2021. All project/curriculum awards will be awarded at the 4-H annual achievement party.
College Scholarship Application- Applicant must be a Hamilton County 4-H member and a high school senior to apply.
Participation Scholarship-Eligibility is 4-H age 8-18, and a member of the Hamilton County 4-H program. The purpose of the scholarship is to give assistance to 4-H youth to attend 4-H camp(s) including local, regional or state camps, 4-H events, 4-H workshops, and 4-H competitions including state and national events are a part of the eligible funds.
Outstanding Member Nomination- Nominations must be a minimum of 4-H age 15, been in Hamilton County 4-H for two consecutive years (including current year) and exemplify the four H’s.
Platinum Member- Applicants must be a minimum of 4-H age 15 when applying, been in Hamilton County 4-H for two consecutive years (including current year), and exemplify the four H’s.
Diamond Clover Awards- The Nebraska 4-H Diamond Clover program encourages 4-H youth to engage in a variety of programs, projects, and activities that will enable youth to acquire skills and abilities that will prepare them for success in the future. The program is designed to reach and recognize all youth engaged in 4-H, from club members and campers to school enrichment, afterschool, and special interest program participants.
The program consists of six levels that require a young person to plan and report a broad range of age-appropriate accomplishments. For each level, the Nebraska 4-H Diamond Clover program provides a list of accomplishments from which 4-H youth choose their goals. The accomplishments increase in quantity and difficulty for each level. At the beginning of the 4-H year, participants plan what to accomplish and at the end of the 4-H year, they report on their completed accomplishments. Successful completion of a level's Plan & Report form results in a 4-H youth earning that level of the Diamond Clover program.
2020-2021 Volunteer hours log- for individuals and clubs