All 4-H Clubs and councils are required to submit an Year End Treasurers Report. This report is due to the Cass County Extension Office on or before January 31 of each year. This report will be kept on file and is required by the IRS for clubs that have an EIN and file under our subordinate list. Filing the form is necessary to maintain an organization's tax-exempt status. Clubs/Councils who do not turn in a report will receive a letter from the State Program Leader and will have their right to have money in the name of 4-H taken away.
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The purpose of a 4-H school enrichment program is to encourage long-term involvement in 4-H, enhance the relationship between 4-H and school systems (public and private), provide informal education to complement formal education, enhance the subject matter being studied, and foster and promote enthusiasm and support for participation in other 4-H programs.Membership Requirements
Youth do not need to be an enrolled 4-H member to participate in the 4-H school enrichment program.
A Clover College is a hands on workshop full of learning and fun for ages 6 and older. Youth may attend as many workshops as they wish! At Clover Colleges yourth get to experiance different projects that can help guide them to choose a fair project.