4-H Enrollment Information
They are health form, code of conduct, photo release, and Washington County 4-H member Project requirement and signature tear-off.
The code operates in conjunction with the Pennsylvania 4-H Youth Development Program Behavioral Expectations and the rules and regulations of the specific activity.
This form is used to release photos.
Medical form is used for attending 4-H club, county, regional, state, and national events.
4-H Scholarship Information
An annual scholarship toward expenses for advanced education (college, technical, nursing, etc.) is available to current or former 4-H members and FFA members. Each applicant must have a minimum of 4 years of completed projects during the last 6 years of eligibility. Current members must be in good standing. Former members must have been in good standing. All Washington County PA 4-H’ers and FFA members may apply for a scholarship. The West Virginia 4-H’ers from Brooke County and Ohio County WV, will be able to apply for a scholarship if they have exhibited at the West Alexander Agricultural Fair and they meet all the eligibility requirements. In order to apply the member shall have completed one year in an institution of higher learning. All applicants must have a 2.5 grade point average to be eligible for the scholarship.
This scholarship is presented at the 4-H Leader's Banquet in November and must have a 500 word essay along with the application.
This scholarship is presented at the annual 4-H Leader's Banquet and is for advanced education (college, technical, nursing, etc.). Each applicant must have a minimum of 4 years of completed projects during the last 6 years of eligibility. Current members must be in good standing. Former members must have been in good standing. All applicants must have a 3.00 grade point average to be eligible for the scholarship.
4-H Record Books
Record book for intermediate and advance members, 12 and older.
Livestock record book for members 8 - 11 years old.
This award is designed to encourage 4-H members to engage in a variety of projects and activities that will enable them to acquire the seven leadership life skills necessary to lead successful lives as competent, caring and contributing citizens. Leadership life skills include: understanding self, communicating, getting along with others, learning to learn, decision making/problem solving, managing, & working with groups.
The 4-H Market Rabbit Entry form for the Washington County Fair. Remember this form must be turned into the Extension office by April 10, 2014.