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4-H Clubs

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Are you interested in Joining 4-H?

Consider visiting your local clubs to see which club you'd like to join. There are also specific project related activities throughout the year for various projects.

To enroll you just need to choose a club, and enroll Online. For instructions on enrolling online please use the brochure or for specific instructions, click here: How to Create Your Family Profile.

4-H Family Guide

Happy Crickets
Leader: Julie Davis
Leader: Toni Flax
*Meetings are generally the first Sunday afternoon of each month at the First State Bank*
Solomon Valley
Leader: Cassie Minium
Leader: Leann Minium
*Meetings are the third Sunday in the evening at the Morland Methodist Church Basement*
Spring Creek Hustlers
Leader: Robin Hanna
Leader: Trish Davis
*Meetings are generally the first Monday evening of each month at the Christian Church*







4-H Pledge

I Pledge my Head to Clearer Thinking 
My Heart to Greater Loyalty 
My Hands to Larger Service 
And My Health to Better Living 
For My Club, My Community, My Country & My World.

4-H Motto

"To Make the Best Better"

4-H Emblem

The official clover is kelly green with white H's with the stem. The 4-H colors are the same green and white. The white symbolizes purity. The green represents nature's most common color and is emblematic of youth, life and growth.

"Learning By Doing"

This phrase sums up the 4-H educational philosophy. It exemplifies the experiential nature of the 4-H learning experiences. Young people learn best when they are actively involved in their learning. The intent is to do, reflect, and apply the learning to other places in their lives.

Kansas 4-H Mission

With unique strategies and opportunities, Kansas 4-H Youth Development engages youth in reaching their full potential through partnerships with caring adults.

Kansas 4-H Vision

A world where youth and adults advance positive life skills by learning, growing, and working together.

Kansas 4-H Life Skills

Life skills are the skills young people need to grow into competent and caring adults. These life skills are developed through work in a wide variety of project areas. In Kansas 4-H we emphasize the development of these life skills:

  • A positive self-concept . . . Youth develop a positive self concept by seeking their fullest unique potential as a person.
  • An inquiring mind. . . Youth develop an inquiring mind when he/she knows how to obtain information when it is needed and expects to live in a changing world.
  • A concern for the community . . . Youth develop a concern for the community by becoming aware of his/her social responsibility, and is willing to be involved in improving the community, both local and global.
  • Healthy interpersonal relationships . . .Youth learn healthy interpersonal relationships when they get along with others, work and interact with people of all ages.
  • Sound decision making . . . Youth learn to make sound decisions when he/she makes choices and can apply what is known in a productive way.