Youth Re-EnrollmentRe-enrollment for the 4-H year begins in October. All 4-H youth and volunteers will enroll in clubs and projects through 4HOnline, a web-based enrollment system that will allow families to enroll on a personal computer or mobile device.
- Step-by-Step Instruction Sheet for 1st time enrollment
- Re-enrollment Instruction Sheet
- 2017 Project Resource Central
4-H Express Newsletter
- July News Blast
- County Fair Update
Project ResourcesManuals & Curriulum
- Stop by the Extension Office to pick up a project manual. Project resources are provided at no cost to 4-H members by the Pawnee County 4-H Foundation.
- Pick Your Project is an onine tool to help sort through the different project resources available for Nebraska 4-H members, families, and volunteers.
- Showmanship Large Animals (Montana 4-H)
- Market Beef Fitting & Showmanship Guide for Beginners (Nebraska 4-H)
- Market Lamb Showmanship (K-State Research & Extension)
- Market Goat Showmanship from Start to Finish (K-State Research & Extension)
- Swine Showmanship (Oklahoma State University)
- Horse Showmanship (eXtension)
Awards & Recognition Programs
Whether you’re a youth or an adult volunteer, if you’re doing great 4-H work, there are lots of ways to be recognized for it!
Pawnee Coutny Awards Application
Be recognized for your achievements! Each youth can submit an awards application to recieve project pins, awards, and 4-H scholarships.
Applications will be judged on completeness, experiences/learning described, neatness, and creativity. Pins, awards, and 4-H scholarships will be handed out at Achievement Night in November.
2018 Pawnee County Awards Application (PDF)
- Nebraska 4-H Annual Achievement Application (coming soon)
- Project Record Sheet for Static Projects - NE4H9010 (PDF)
- Nebraska 4-H Animal Project Record - NE4H9020 (Word) (PDF)
- Nebraska 4-H Companion Animal Project Record - NE4H9030 (PDF)
- Nebraska 4-H Junior Leader Project Record - NE4H9040(PDF)
Nebraska 4-H Annual Achievement Application
The Achievement Application has replaced the Career Portfolio and will be rolled in September. It is a single form that more closely resembles the kinds of questions being asked on college applications and in resumes.
The Nebraska 4-H Diamond Clover program encourages 4-H youth to engage in a variety of projects and activities that will enable members to acquire the life skills necessary to lead successful lives as a competent, caring, and contributing citizen. The program's overall goal is to provide 4-H members a rich and diverse learning experience. The Nebraska 4-H Diamond Clover Program is designed for all ages of 4-H members.
The program consists of six levels that require a 4-H member to plan and report a broad range of age-appropriate accomplishments. The program is designed to enable every 4-H member willing to exert the effort an opportunity to be recognized, regardless of how they are involved in 4-H. Form more infomation about the program please visit http://4h.unl.edu/diamond-clover.
Level 1 - Amethyst (suggested ages 8-9)
Level 2 - Aquamarine (suggested ages 10-11)
Level 3 - Ruby (suggested ages 12-13)
Level 4 - Sapphire (suggested ages 14-15)
Level 5 - Emerald (suggested ages 15-17)
Level 6 - Diamond/Part 1 (suggested ages 16 & up)
Level 6 - Diamond/Part 2 (suggested ages 16 & up)