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How to become a 4-H Cloverbud

Youth who are five through seven years of age on or before December 31, 2015, may enroll in 4-H as a Cloverbud.

Step One

The first step in becoming a 4-H Cloverbud is to choose a club that is right for you .Contact a local 4-H Club Leader to see if there is room in an existing club near you. If not, several young people with an adult or two to help them may start a new club.

  • For a list of clubs organized in Adams County please see our current Club Listing Guide.

Step Two

Many clubs offer Cloverbud activities, ask your club leader what activities they have planned for the upcoming 4-H enrollment year. Leaders have materials that are available through State 4-H office, the material can be used in a manner which best suits their club setting. Leaders may also choose other material available through the Adams County Extension agent. Parents may also use following Cloverbud materials that are offered through the Adams County Extension Office, they are available for free download.


Step Three

Enrolling your child with the 4-H Office in Adams County completes the membership process. The 4-H program is offered at a very nominal annual fee ($40/member) by Colorado State University Extension in Adams County. Enrollments for new members are due by April 1, 2016. Existing Members must turn in enrollments by February 1st.

Step Four

Have Fun! The mission of 4-H is to help children grow into healthy, productive, successful adults. This mission is accomplished through involvement of parents, volunteer leaders, and other adults who organize and conduct fun educational experiences in community and family settings.



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