4-H Project Selection

It's time to select your 4-H projects for this year's club work and county fair participation! To help you select the project(s) you may be interested in, think about the below questions:

  • What things do you like to do for fun?
  • What hobbies do you have?
  • What would you like to learn to do?
  • What knowledge and/or skills do you already have in a project area?
  • Are there any special needs/items that are required to be able to complete the project?
    • Space: Including considerations for livestock, animal, and plant projects
    • Equipment: Including special equipment, what you currently have, what you may need to purchase, etc.
    • Time Frame: Some projects are multiple-year projects, others have activities spread over several months, and some can be completed in a few short weeks or days.
    • Materials/Supplies: Including quantities, costs, etc. 
    • Other People Involved: Some projects require group activities, presentations, mentors, etc.
  • How much time do you have to spend on a 4-H project each week/month?
  • What adult/teen do you know that can help you with your project?
  • How many 4-H projects can you realistically complete in a year? (A good rule of thumb is approximately one project for each year that you’ve been in 4-H.)

Please click the link below to print a 2019 4-H Judging Information, Project Book Order Form, Project Guideline/Requirements and Project Central to learn more about projects available

For more information, please contact our office.

2019 Judging Information

          Livestock and Miscellaneous Judging will be held on July 10, 2019 at Meigs High School by appointment

          Food and Clothing Judging will be July 12, 2019 at the Meigs Senior Center

          Make Up Judging will be held July 17 and 24, 2019 by appointment ONLY

Advisor Project Order Form

Project Central

2019 4-H Project Requirements

Self Determined Projects