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Club Paperwork Due January 31st, 2022
Yearly Financials, Charter Checklist, Club Inventory are required each year (forms found below on this page).
Club Secretary, Tresurer and Historian/Scrapbooks are due January 31st also to the office to be eligible for grading for honor club.
Committee Paperwork Due January 31st, 2022
Yearly Financials, Proposed Rules, Committee Officers, Committee Members, and Meetings dates/times/locations are required each year (Yearly financials form is found below on this page).
Volunteer Packet Information
For 4-H Club Leaders, print copies and binder available upon request: 330-296-6432
County/State Requirements and Resources
- Club Adviser Deadlines Calendar 2022
- Yearly Club Financial Form (Fillable PDF) or Word Document - Due January 31st
- Club Charter Checklist (Fillable PDF) - Due January 31st
- Club Inventory (Fillable PDF) - Due January 31st
- Secretary Book Evaluation Fillable PDF - Due January 31st (Optional for Honor Club) Word
- Treasurer Book Evaluation Fillable PDF - Due January 31st (Optional for Honor Club) Word
- Scrapbook/Historian Evaluation Fillable PDF - Due January 31st (Optional for Honor Club) Word
- Honor Club Form (Fillable PDF) - Due March 1st (Word Document)
- Ohio 4-H Enrollment Information - 2.0 version step-by-step
- Winning 4-H Plan - Working with youth with disabilities
- Winning Plan Information Sheet
- Health Form
- Incident/Injurt Report Form
- My Club Checklist
- 4-H Meetings at a Glance
- Child Abuse Recognition Reporting Form
- Standards of Behavior - Working with Youth
- 4-H Project Book/Publications Changes
- 4-H Book Order Form - Numerical Order
- 4-H Book Order Form - Alphabetical Order
- Family Guide
- Guide to Enrollment
New Volunteer Information
- New Volunteer Application - Portage County
- Once you apply - contact Ashley Hughey for next steps at firstname.lastname@example.org
Events/Opportunities - Check the Info Depot for the lastest information!
Committee and Fair Resources
- Committee Rules and animal checklists for animals going to fair - visit Junior Fair Tab on left hand side
Other Club Information
- 4-H Member Insurance Opportunity
- Accident Incident Report - for any injury or incident related to 4-H
- Sample Emergency Action Plan to use for Clubs
- Benefit Committee Request Instructions for completing a request of Benefit Committee
- Club Constitution (Required for each club)
- 4-H Club By-Laws template
- Gold Medal Nomination Form
- 4-H Group Tax Exemption Authorization Form
- Project change/correction form for use April 1-15
4-H Online Training - 2.0 Information
Ohio 4-H Club Officer Resources
Club Officer Resources President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, News Reporter, Health Officer, Safety Officer and Recreation Leader document links may be found here.
4-H Clip Art
The 4-H Youth Development Program is the youth outreach from the Land Grant Universities, Cooperative Extension Services, and the United States Department of Agriculture. The 4-H Name & Emblem is intended to represent the ideals of the program with its focus on Head, Heart, Hands, and Health. Today, it is one of the best-known and most valued images emblematic of a century of 4-H achievement. The 4-H Name & Emblem is very important to us as an organization because it represents who we are. Be sure to read the link contained in this folder regarding the guidelines and use of all 4-H graphic files.