4-H Volunteers

Our 4-H volunteers are the backbone of our program and they make our work possible. This section of our website is home to all the resources our 4-H volunteers may need throughout the year.

If you are looking for more information in regards to fair, camp, enrolling, or the Seneca County 4-H Family Handbook; please see those specific tabs on our website.

 

Click here to read the most updated guidelines for in-person meetings set by the State 4-H Office (Updated June 1, 2021)

 

Below, please find digital files for each document that is typically included in the Advisor Packet each year. They are organized chronologically in the general order they are needed.

Below, you will also find many helpful forms and resources that will help aid you in your volunteer role and with your club.

January

Honor Club Forms     

     Honor Club

Secretary and Treasurer Books

Secretary End of Year Form

Treasurer End of Year Form

Mandatory Club Financial Summaries

Become a 4-H Volunteer

Renew Background Check Information 

New Volunteer Application

         New Volunteer Background Check Information

 

February

Ohio 4-H Conference Registration

Cross County Lines Form 

 

March- All documents below due to the Extension office March 21-April 1

4-H Winning Plan Information  

4-H Winning Plan Form- Fillable PDF

 4-H Project Book Order Form

Ohio 4-H Club Charter Checklist

Club Calendar/Schedule

Updated Constitution and Bylaws

         Constitution- Fillable PDF

         Bylaws- Fillable PDF

 

April

Housing Form

Dairy Animal Lease Form

Breeding Animal Lease

 

May

Sign Up for 4-H Kick-off Booth

 

June

Cattle Vaccination Form

 

July

Sign up for Fair Booth Set-up

Sign Up for Fair Both Tear Down

Booth Patrol Schedule

Milkshake Stand Schedule

Bone Meal Form

 

August

Grade A Celebration Registrations 

 

September

 

October

 

November

Seneca County 4-H Family Handbook Order Form

 

December

 

Helpful Resources

Ohio 4-H Club Advisor Handbook

Ohio 4-H Family Guide

Activities and Programming with Minor Participants Reporting (formerly known as Policy 1.50)

Program Incident/Injury Report Form

Waiver and Permission to Transport Child

Club Meeting Wheel

Ohio 4-H Guidelines for Social Networking

Making the Best 4-H Clubs Better

Making the Best 4-H Club Better- Virtual Lessons

4-H EZ: Recipe for 4-H Community Club Success

4-H Fundamentals of Club Management

Ohio 4-H Grab & Go Club Meeting Tool Kit

Proper Demonstrations

Health and Safety Talks

4-H Promotion

4-H enrollment yard signs are available at the Extension Office and can be signed out.

           Yard Sign Photo

Join Seneca County 4-H!

What is Your 4-H?

What 4-H Has Done for Me