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4-H Online 2.0 is up and running.  Below is the instructions for getting registered for 4-H for 2021-2022 4-H Year.  

If you still have questions please give the office a call and we will work through the registration process with you.    308-327-2312.

Instructions: 

Reenroll Member PDF

Add a New Member to Family PDF

Enroll New Family PDF 

Using the searchable, web-based 2021 Pick Your Project, users will be able to search for projects by keywords, curriculum areas, knowledge levels, and geographic levels. It is the intent that this feature will assist 4-H youth, volunteers and families with learning about the project opportunities using the Pick Your Project and then locating the same project in 4HOnline. Enhancements for the future of the web-based Pick Your Project continue, and its integration with the new 2021 Nebraska State Fair book will be shared soon!

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