4-H & Youth Development

4-H Miniature Horse Program Flier

Follow the link for the application to house a 4-H Miniature Horse

Catch & Show Alternates Needed


We have some spots that were not filled in the Catch-&-Show Program at fair this year, so the 4-H Council has decided to accept applications from youth wanting to participate in this program until November 7, 2017. At the close of this deadlines youth will be selected for the open spots by a drawing.

Click here for  a copy of the program outline giving a brief explanation of the program. This outline is only an introduction to the program, youth will receive a complete program guide when they are selected for a spot.

Species that have open spots include pigs, goats, rabbits, and poultry.

If you have questions please contact the Extension Office at 783-0570

Featured Event - Achievement Program

2017 Achievement Night

Achievement forms

Outstanding Junior Application - Due Sept 19

Click here for a form for leaders to record member record books that will not be judged - Due Sept 12

Record book information - Due Sept 12

Yearly Club Books & Forms

To enroll in 4-H go to: www.4Honline.com


Tax Benefits for 4-H Volunteers


Often times you do not hear thanks enough from the 4-H office for all the time and effort you put into the 4-H program and the kids in Uinta County. So thanks for all you do. For many of us we are in the midst of doing our taxes for the year and here is a great resource that may help you identify the items that you could use as tax deductions.
Follow this link to see the document.

Enrollment Helps



Enrolling in 4-H


Enroll Online

4Honline.com
Click here for a sheet to help you get signed up
Click here for instructions to complete the Motor Vehicle Records check
Click here for instructions to complete the New Leader Orientation videos

Projects
List of projects offered in Uinta County.
Note: Not all projects have leaders, you may be working on the project individually. 
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