Create the club
Traditionally, clubs are formed by an adult volunteer, e.g. parent, family member, neighbor, etc. In order to create a club, a new leader must complete the volunteer application and training process; and upon completion, the leader must submit leader and member registration forms and pay registration fees. Club Types
Annual membership fee is $10 for 4-H club membership. This provide accidental insurance during 4-H activities and events and covers County program adminastrative costs. Clubs may ask each member to contribute money toward the cost of project supplies and/or providing some of the project supplies. As a member, you are required to pay for the expenses associated with the projects you select.
Clubs generally meet at least once a month and as often as weekly. Club meetings must be held at least six times per year for at least a total of six hours. A typical club meeting includes opening pledges, a short business meeting led by club officers to allow members to discuss future activities, a hands-on learning activity (project), and social time, including some recreation and refreshments. Club meetings usually last 1 hour to 1½ hours, depending on the members’ ages.
4-H members may select one or more projects during the year. A project is a topic or subject the members explore at a pace defined by their club. Club members may continue to explore the same topic each year to gain in-depth knowledge of the project or change projects as desired. Members should exhibit finished 4-H projects into the Salt Lake County Fair . With nearly 200 projects available, there is something to interest every member.
Clubs are often held at the leader’s home or at other locations as determined by the club.
Project ideas, project curriculum, totes for check out and other resources are available.
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