Project Book Ordering during COVID-19
- Download one for free. A special collection of project books is available for free on the Perfect Stay-at-Home Projects web page. Click on the book you want, and when the file opens on your screen, save or print it from there. Horseless Horse and Science Fun with Physics are being added soon! (For accessible formats of these publications, visit cfaes.osu.edu/accessibility.)
- Buy one online. If you would like to buy a print copy of a Perfect Stay-at-Home project or any other project book, you can order directly from extensionpubs.osu.edu with one of these special discounts for Ohio residents: FREE2020 (for free shipping) OR 20IN2020 (20% off the entire order). Use the coupon that works best for you. Orders can be shipped directly to a person’s home as long as it is an Ohio address. Please review your order carefully. No returns are accepted. There is no restriction on the number of times a coupon can be used. See printable ordering instructions HERE.
- Make your own. If you would rather not purchase a book in this way, self-determined projects are an excellent choice for self-motivated members eager to get started by creating their own projects. Although self-determined projects may be better suited for older 4-H members, they are available for any member and are often based on idea starters already available online. Many of the idea starters are great stay-at-home projects too, for example, Music, Bats, String Art, Climate Change, American Sign Language, etc. Our extraordinary educators are even preparing one called My Stay-at-Home Summer! (For project judging, self-determined projects are judged in self-determined categories.)
Sew Sew Sweet 4H - Club would like to have your 4-H Club's support again this year to honor All of our Geauga County Veterans.
HOW: Make No-Sew Blankets for our Veterans that will be distributed at the Great Geauga County Fair on Friday, August 30, 2019 at the Veteran’s Tent.
These blankets should start with 2 fleece fabrics measuring at least 1 1/2-yard pieces. Please have blankets turned into the Extension Office by August 21st in a bag labeled with your 4-H clubs name on it. Please remember this is a community service project that could count towards your Honor Club application. If you should have any questions regarding this project please contact Lisa Briggs at email@example.com or at 440-313-2371.
- 4-H Program Guide
- 4-H Club Consitution
- 4-H Club Charter
- Advisor Project Book Order Form
- Blanket Exemption Certificate Form
- Ohio 4-H Club Financial Summary Form - Due January 31 of each year!
- Advisory Request for Funds Form
- Club Inventory List
- Across County Line Policy and Request Form
- Across County Line Policy and Request Form Fillable
- Treasurers Book
- Secretary Book
- Club Information Form
- Incident Report Form
2020 Enrollment Forms
An associate 4-H member is one who joins 4-H after the April 15th deadline. Associate members are not allowed to take any 4-H project, compete in county or state shows, contests, or events, or participate in Jr. Fair. However, associate 4-H members are allowed to partake in club meetings and club activities, community service projects, and county based clinics only.
Due in the Extension Office by October 1 - A volunteer may only win each award once.
Clover Key Award
The KEY to 4-H growth lies in new, committed, and creative leaders. This award recognizes leaders with service from 1-5 years who have provided outstanding service to 4-H and demonstrated a genuine passion towards 4-H and its ongoing success.
Leadership Development Award
This award recognizes a 4-H volunteer, with 5 or more years of service, who has demonstrated and displayed the ability to develop leadership in youth.
Meritorious Service Award
This award honors an individual who has shown superior dedication to the 4-H program. Volunteers with 10 or more years of service, who have made a special contribution to or impact on the Geauga County 4-H program. The nominee for this award will have influenced the lives of 4-H members in Ohio in a positive way and/or influenced the overall of the 4-H program.
Geauga County 4-H Hall of Fame Award
This award honors an individual who has served in the 4-H program for a minimum of 15 years and had made significant lifetime contributions of service to the 4-H program.