This three page handout answers many questions specific to Menard County 4-H Programs.
TEXAS 4-H OPPORTUNITY HANDBOOK – This annual publication from the Texas 4-H and Youth Development Program highlights the projects, opportunities, experiences, and activities that both 4-H members and volunteers can participate in at the local, county, district, state, national, and international levels. The Texas 4-H Clover is a great resource for new families to learn about the variety of offerings through 4-H, as well as county office/agents knowing who the primary contact is for questions related to the different 4-H offerings.
- ENROLLMENT – Menard County 4-H Membership Application – Membership is open to all youth in Menard County, and anyone can join anytime during the year. Membership is an annual event. The 4-H year is September 1 though August 31. To become a 4-H member, you need to complete and return your 4-H membership application and the membership fee to the AgriLife Extension office. The office is located on the second floor of the county courthouse… or call 325-396-4787 if you have additional questions
- ENROLLMENT – Menard 4-H Leader Application Form – All adults wishing to become a 4-H adult leader in Menard County need to complete and return the application (along the $10 fee) to the AgriLife Extension office for a complete volunteer background screening and final approval.
- RULES – MENARD COUNTY 4-H AWARD GUIDELINES The following guidelines are used to determine the award (s) that are given during the Annual 4-H Awards Banquet.
- RULES – SHOOTING SPORTS – Menard 4-H Guidelines
Rules and regulations for the Menard County 4-H Shooting Sports programs. For more details, call the County Extension office.
- RECORD KEEPING – Texas 4-H Record Book Guidelines.
Excellent reference on how to put a Texas 4-H Record Book together.
- FORM – 4-H Shooting Sports “Release of Liability” Consent 4-H Shooting Sports members need to turn in this form along with their Menard County 4-H Membership Application to be eligible to shoot on a Menard 4-H Shooting Sports range.
- RECORD KEEPING – 4-H Project Report Form – 4-Hers need to turn in this form to the county Extension office at the completion of their project. Forms turned in prior to the county deadline will also fulfill the following 4-H requirements: 1) 4-H officer requirements to be eligible to run for a 4-H club office 2) Project completion requirements and eligible to receive a “4-H Award Program Pin” during the annual 4-H Award Banquet.
- RECORD KEEPING – Menard 4H “Over Achiever” Trip Form
To be eligible … 4-Her must turn in this form to the Menard County Extension office by the assigned deadline.
- RECORD KEEPING – Texas 4-H Record Book Forms
Official forms used to complete a Texas 4-H Record Book. See guidelines to find how to fill out the 4-H record book.
The following AgrilLife Extension publications can be downloaded to assist 4-H members with their 4-H projects. Contact the County Extension Office (325-396-4787) for addition assistance with your projects.
- PROJECT – Showing Beef Cattle for Show
- PROJECT – Showing Lambs for Show
- PROJECT – Showing Meat Goats for Show
- PROJECT – Showing Rabbits for Show
- PROJECT – Showing Swine for Show
- ROUNDUP – 4-H Educational Presentation
4-H Roundup Educational Presentations (method demonstrations, illustrated talks)
- ROUNDUP – Method demonstration/Presentation
Excellent guide for 4-Hers wishing to develop a public presentation, method demonstration, or illustrated talk.
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