In this brochure you will find a listing of 4-H clubs in Marion County--where they are, what projects they offer and how to get in touch with them.
Members must enroll online by February 15 of each year.
When joining a club, you will want to consider:
- Think about your project interest. Some clubs will work with all projects; some have limits on the type of project they will accept in their club. If you have a specific interest, you will want to look for a club that works with your project interest. If you do not have a project interest at this point, you will want to look for a club that works with all projects.
- Schedule. Find a club whose meeting schedule is possible for you. Some clubs have a set meeting night and some clubs vary their meeting night to accommodate various family schedules. You will need to contact the Organizational Club Advisor (listed in club brochure) and find out the club's meeting dates and times.
- Once you have decided on a club(s) that might be a possibility for you, call and ask the organizational club advisor if you can visit at their next club meeting. It is okay to visit more than one club before deciding which is the best club for you.
Looking for a 4-H project? Or, still need help in trying to decide on what project to take?
The annual family guide is a place to connect to our entire collection of Ohio 4-H project books for the year. Project Central is another great resource for 4-H members and project helpers to preview Ohio 4-H project books and resources. Take a closer look at a book, find out what others have to say, and share your experiences.
If you have any additional questions, please contact our office at 740-223-4040 or email email@example.com.