4-H in Clark County

 

In Clark County, we offer around 15 4-H clubs and 80 projects for youth to choose from.

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2022 Clark County 4-H Show Schedule | 2022 Clark County 4-H Handbook | 2022 fairentry.com Tips | 2022 Excused Absence Form | 2022 Illinois State Exhibit Health Requirements | 2022 County Fair Exhibition Health Requirements | Jr. & Open shows for the 2022 Illinois State Exhibition | 4-H Member Checklist | 2022 Horse Ownership & Lease Documents | 2022 Swine Ownership Form | Sheep/Goat Ownership Form | State Fair 2022 Livestock Nomination forms and Premiere (carcass) Program | 2022 State Fair Premium Book

QAEC Online Training - Must be completed by first-year members exhibiting in dogs, cats, poultry, rabbits, horses, and livestock/vet science poster exhibits. Complete by July 1 on the QAEC website.

YQCA Online Training - Members enrolled in dairy and beef cattle, swine, sheep, and goats must take the Youth for the Quality Care of Animals certification annually. As of March 2022 the new website is yqcaprogram.org. All families must create a new account on the new website. Here are step-by-step instructions on how to create a new account. 4-H'ers can choose to complete the online training ($12) or attend in-person training ($3) on May 24, 2022 at 6 PM at the Edgar County 4-H Fairgrounds in Paris or Wednesday, June 15 at 6:30 PM at the Extension Office in Robinson. All registrations and payments are handled through the YQCA website, not the Extension Office. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Awards

Clark County Member Portfolio | Clark County 4-H Records/Award Guide | My Experience Award | Livestock Record

Scholarships

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