Batty about 4-H

Promotional 4-H Display created by 4-H Ambassador Ellyssa Tempel.


The 4-H program is the major youth development program that MSU Extension provides. 4-H is a nationally recognized youth enrichment program for youth ages 5 through 18. Liberty County 4-H offers many opportunities for the youth of the county.  We currently have 51 members and 34 leaders enrolled in 4-H. There are currently 3 clubs in the county; Prairie Pals, Tiber 4-H and Sweet Grass Clovers.

 4-H members and leaders have the opportunity to participate in educational opportunities in a variety of ways.  Youth enrolling in 4-H learn parliamentary procedure, decision-making and business skills.  Each member enrolls in projects of their choice to learn more about topics of interest to them. Whether it is shooting a bow or an air rifle, raising an animal or learning about cooking, sewing, woodworking or photography, there is something for everyone.

Liberty County 4-H members have the opportunity to gain confidence through meetings, projects and a variety social events, such as the 4 County Marias Fair, 4-H Camp and Junior Leadership Camp to name just a few. The 4-H club work, along with individual project work, focuses on developing life skills.

 The  4-H year starts October 1st and ends September 30th of each year. The member's 4-H age is his/her age at the beginning of the 4-H year (Oct.1). All forms will reflect that age for the entire 4-H year.

If you are a NEW adult volunteer and would like to enroll in the Liberty County 4-H program, please contact the office and we will send you the necessary forms. All members and returning leaders may enroll/re-enroll online at This guide will assist you through the online enrollment process. If you are unable to enroll online, complete the member enrollment form or leader enrollment form along with the Volunteer Agreement and Personal Background forms and submit to the Extension Office.

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