What is a Countywide Project?
Countywide projects are structured in the same way as "normal" projects. They must offer at least 6 hours of educational content presented at pre-scheduled meetings, be overseen by at least one adult 4-H volunteer, offer leadership opportunities to youth, and members must enroll in the project on 4hOnline.
To enroll in a countywide project, the member should contact the project leader and confirm that there is room for them and to confirm any time/money commitments that it may require. Once the youth is sure that they want to join, the project leader will instruct them how to add the project on 4hOnline.
2018-2019 Countywide Projects
|Project Name||Description||Meeting Timeline||Contact Person|
|This project partners with the Mid Valley Bee Keepers Association to teach members about keeping bee hives.||Fall to summer.||
|Members age 9-19 learn about the safe use of recreational firearms.||
|4-Hers ages 14-19 can apply for this special leadership team, which plays a key role in creating and supporting our countywide programs.||Meets all year, times decided by County Ambassadors and their Advisor.||
|Our 5-day summer camp program is planned and implemented by this team of trained Junior Counselors who are 14-19 years old.||Three Sunday afternoons between March and May.||
|Our day camp programs use trained teens to teach kids science in a fun way!||Late spring and early summer.||