Now is the time to join Kenosha County 4-H

Enrollment for Kenosha County 4-H is now open.

Here’s a press release about how to sign-up:

Kenosha County 4-H is gearing up for another year of fun, friends, and learning. 4-H clubs across the county are now enrolling new members for the 2020-2021 4-H program year. Youth in kindergarten through one year out of high school can join 4-H. 4H empowers young people with the skills to lead for a lifetime. It is a research-based experience that includes adult mentors, hands-on projects, and meaningful leadership opportunities. Based on their interests, youth develop their own pathway in 4H. They select from a broad menu of local, state, and national 4H projects and programs. There are hands-on, learn-by-doing, opportunities for everyone. In 4-H, youth develop and practice valuable skills, such as decision-making, critical thinking, record keeping, cooperation, goal setting, problem solving, communication, and leadership. Adult volunteers provide caring and supportive mentoring to 4-H youth. Adult volunteers are always needed in the over 70 different project areas, such as visual arts, fishing, and robotics, but also in a
more general capacity for roles such as chaperones and leadership development. You do not have to be a parent of a 4-H member to be a volunteer. For more information on how to join Kenosha County 4-H as a youth member or adult volunteer, or to sign up to attend one of our upcoming information sessions, visit or contact Extension Kenosha County at (262) 857-1945.


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