The 4-H Forms and Documents page is meant to provide a sort of “one-stop-shop” for all the forms and documents related to 4-H programs. The forms are listed in alphabetical order based on category. Simply find the category you are looking for and click on the green drop down box. If you are looking for a document that is not listed or the link has been disabled, please contact the UW-Extension Office at 715-232-1636.
Access 4-H Online Here! (Re-enrollment opens Sept. 8th)
Enrollment Instructions – for new families
Re-enrollment Instructions – for returning families
Dunn County 4-H Awards System – In Dunn County, the 4-H award system can be broken down into two parts, (Part 1) Fall Awards and (Part 2) Fair Awards. The awards process can be further narrowed down by separating each part into three overall sections (a) Club Level Youth Awards, (b) County Level Youth Awards, and (c) Adult Leader Awards.
OLDER YOUTH AWARD OPTIONS: Achievement, Leadership, Citizenship, Key, James Crowley Dairy Leadership, or Scholarship.
Older Youth Applications are all Due February 1st.
ADULT LEADER AWARDS – With the support of volunteers and community partners the Dunn County 4-H program is able to prosper while empowering our youth to be strong and dedicated community leaders. We want to make sure to thank and recognize these amazing people. Please complete the nomination form by July 2nd, 2018.
Please complete the nomination online (click here) to nominate a deserving 4-H Adult Leader or Community Partner. This form includes the:
- Partners in 4-H
- Volunteer of the Year
- Alumni Award
All Adult Leaders Awards are due by July 2nd, 2018!
Registration for the 2018 Eau Claire & Dunn County 4-H Summer Camp
Interested in being a Camp Counselor?
Working as a camp counselor can be a genuinely rewarding experience! Plus, it can be a great resume builder. Counselors stay in cabin with campers and are integral in planning the activities for participants. Applicants must have completed 9th grade to be eligible for position.
Applications Due in early April 2018 – updated application forms will be posted here soon.
Camp Counselor Application
Camp Counselor Training Sessions Schedule (2)
2018 Clothing Revue Forms
June 21st – 24th, 2018
2017 Dunn County Fair – More updates to come! Yay Fair!
- May be subject to change/removal due to the changing location of the exhibit hall.
The Dunn County 4-H Leader’s Council is the governing body of 4-H in Dunn County. The by-laws below explain the governing structure of the organization. Dunn County 4-H Leaders Council By-Laws
The Dunn County 4-H Youth Development structural flowchart also assists in the explanation of how the Dunn County 4-H Leaders Council fits within the program.
2017 – 2018 Leaders Council Board Members
President – Diane Amundson | email@example.com
Vice President – Deric Wolf | firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasure – Shelley Beazley | email@example.com
Secretary – Amy Zuber Sequin | firstname.lastname@example.org
At Large – Tom Kaufman | email@example.com
At Large – Steve Russell | firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you interested in learning more about the switch from MAQA to YQCA? Check out this webinar below to learn more.
Message from our State Specialist
Dunn County 4-H Meat Animal Project now has a way for you to check your status in the project. This list will show you things like YQCA or educational points. Check your name (last name and then first initial). If you have a question, just let Luisa or your project leaders know! 2018 MAP Member Requirements Tracking Sheet
Animals to be sold must have a Country of Origin Affidavit accompany them to the fair. This is a USDA requirement, and a Dunn County Fair policy. See documents below:
**The Animal ID Check-in Form is also referred to as the “Load Sheet”
** Helpful list for signing up for animal projects at the Dunn County Fair
Member & Family Orientation
2018 Avian Quiz Bowl – September 29th at Columbia County Fairgrounds, Portage WI
Senior division winners will represent the State of Wisconsin at the 4-H National Poultry & Egg Conference held in Louisville, KY!
Traditional Record Book – Blank : The Traditional Record Book is an option all members grades 3 and above.
Alternative Record Book Format for 3rd – 6th Grade – Blank : This Alternative Record Book format maybe used by members 3rd – 6th grade if this formation works better for the member.
Cloverbud Record Book – Blank: The Cloverbud Record Book is meant for Cloverbud Members only. They can be a creative as they wish with this booklet.
2018 Small Animal Project Forms
Reporting the score: The coach of the winning team is responsible for reporting the score to the 4-H Softball chair, Troy Steinmeyer, after each game.
Information on the trips, awards, and opportunities available for older youth.
Check out the full Older Youth Trips and Awards Packet!
See the 4-H Fundraising Ideas Packet to raise some money.
Fill out the Older Youth Trips Application here
Due November 1st: Citizenship Washington Focus, American Spirit, Space Camp,
Due February 1st: National Congress, & State Youth Conference.
Market Steer Identification Information– Livestock
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If you have any questions regarding 4-H Youth Development, please contact:
4-H Program Coordinator
Dunn County UW-Extension
3001 US Hwy 12 E, Room 102
Menomonie WI 54751-3045