Sanders County 4-H
Age Requirements: 4-H is open to all youth ages 6-19 years of age regardless of where you live. Six to eight year olds can also join as Cloverbuds to explore the variety of programs available in 4-H while having fun in a non-competitive environment. Nine to 19 year olds can enroll in specific projects like woodworking, sewing, dog, robotics, or other projects and exhibit what they've created at the county and state level.
Classifications............ Age Range
Cloverbuds..............6 to 8 year olds
Junior...................9 to 13 years old
Senior.....................14-19 years old
*Youth who are 19 must be enrolled in high school to participate in 4-H
Junior & Senior Members: $11.00/member. This fee includes enrollment in unlimited projects. Horse Members pay an additional fee of $1.00 to cover insurance costs. Shooting Sports Members pay an additional fee of $2.00/discipline to support shooting sports leader training costs. Members must purchase their own project manuals.
Volunteer Leaders: $10.00/volunteer leader suggested donation. $5.00 of these funds are sent directly to the state program to provide liability insurance. All volunteer leaders must complete a leader enrollment form and Montana 4-H Volunteer Application, if they have not previously filled one out. All volunteer leaders must pass a background check. Volunteer leader enrollment forms and applications are available at the Extension Office or online at the Montana 4-H Website . Volunteer leader forms are at the bottom of the linked page.
To Enroll: Members and leaders may enroll online at mt.4honline.com. This guide will assist you through the online enrollment process. If you are unable to enroll online, complete the member or leader enrollment forms available from your club organizational leader, or the Extension Office. Enrollment fees are payable to your 4-H club.
More recent meeting minutes are included above in the Dispatch
Cloverbud Camp | Multi-County 4-H Camp |
Purchase 4-H Meal Plans Online (Sanders County 4-H Families only)
4-H Records: Click for Montana 4-H Website. 4-H records are near the bottom of the page.
If you prefer the Excel version of the file use the following links:
My 4-H Year (Excel) | Animal Record (Excel)
Sample Animal Interview Questions
Livestock Sale Information