How do I join? Easy. Www.4honline.com, register as a new family under Midland County if you do not have a profile, and if you do, just register for the new 2014-2014 4-H year!
Click on the club or project of your choice to be directed to the right persons email!
Adult Leaders Association : The ALA is the 4-H volunteer/ parents association that oversees and plans yearly activities, camps, and focuses on improving the 4-H program throughout the year.
Archery: The Archery project focuses on bringing out your inner archer. It teaches you the safety and proper use of archery equipment, and prepares you for competing in contests throughout the year
Clover Buds: 5 years old and not old enough to participate in 4-H? This program is designed to prepare young 4-H prospects for their adventure as a 4H member. They will attend regular meetings monthly, and participate in activities to prepare them for future project possibilities.
Clothing and Textiles: This is a project that focuses on clothing, textiles, sewing and fashion.
Community Club: The 4-H Club that encompasses all projects and focuses on planning 4-H activities throughout the year. They do it all from fundraisers to community service!
Foods& Nutrition: Foods & Nutrition focuses on enhancing 4-H knowledge in the kitchen, proper nutrition management, and prepares them for contests such as food show & food challenge.
Livestock Judging: This project helps you develop and enhance your livestock selection and evaluation, and public speaking skills. It also prepares you for local and statewide contests.
Lonestar Riders Horse Club: Focuses on english and western riding skills, as well as proper equine care.
Midland 4-H Shooting Sports: This club meets every thursday February- August to practice and compete in all shotgun competitions
Photography: This project focuses on basic principles of photography, shooting and lense techniques, contests and the county, district & state level.
Robotics: This project sharpens the creative minds by putting together robots and competing at the county, district and state level.
Small Animals: This project is designed to enhance your knowledge of small animals such as rabbits and chickens and how to properly feed and care for them.
Swine Project Club: The swine club teaches participants proper methods of selecting, feeding and raising your breeding or market swine project.
Young Guns Rifle & Pistol Club: Focuses on improving your knowledge and safety of firearm management and use.
Just want to show? No problem.
Once you get your show project picked out, call your 4-H agent @ 432-686-4700 to get started!