Kenosha County 4-H
4-H is a youth organization that belongs to the members, their families and other interested adults who serve as volunteer leaders. In 4-H, young people share, grow, and learn together from various projects, events, and activities in informal situations under the guidance of their families and other leaders. 4-H is open to all youth from kindergarten through age 19.
Kenosha County 4-H:
- Key Contacts
- Calendar and Newsletter
- Enrollment Information
- Forms for Members
- Forms for Leaders
- Countywide Project Information
- Council Information
- Wisconsin State Fair Sheep & Swine Information
Kenosha County 4-H Key Contacts
4-H General Leaders – The 4-H general leader is an adult volunteer who coordinates local community based clubs.
4-H Project Team Chairs – The 4-H project team chair is an adult volunteer who provides leadership for countywide committees focused on a specific project area.
4-H Council Executive Board – The 4-H Council Executive Board consists of adult volunteers who provide leadership to the Kenosha County 4-H Council , Inc.
Kenosha County 4-H Calendar and Newsletter
2014 4-H Calendar (pdf format). (updated 4/28/14) Dates are subject to change.
Kenosha County 4-H Enrollment Information
Kenosha County 4-H Clubs – Each 4-H member joins a local 4-H Community Club. This document is a list of the 4-H clubs in Kenosha County and contact information.
Kenosha County 4-H Clubs Map – This is a map displaying the meeting location of the Kenosha County 4-H clubs.
UW-Extension Code of Conduct for Youth– This document explains what is expected of all Kenosha County 4-H members. This is for informational purposes only and does not need to be submitted.
2013 – 14 Kenosha County 4-H Program Guide – The Kenosha County 4-H Program Guide was created to give new and returning members and their families an overview of the Kenosha County 4-H program. It also contains a listing of the projects available to 4-H members.
4-H On Line Enrollment Information — Online enrollment for 2014-15 4-H year begins Monday, September 22.
Kenosha County 4-H Forms for Members
4-H Member Record Form
Supplemental Record Form
Member Career Record Form
Agreement for Assumption of Risk
Summer Camp Registration Packet — Watch for 2015 Camp Information in late Winter
Summer Camp Counselor or Chaperone Registration Packet — Watch for 2015 Camp Information in late Winter
Arts & Communication Festival Entry Form – Watch for 2015 Information in late Winter
Arts and Communication Photo Entry Form — Watch for 2015 Information in late Winter
You Be the Judge — Information for photography entries
Clover Award Questions 2014
COOL Form — For animals to be sold at Kenosha County Fair
2014 Kenosha County 4-H Trips and Awards Application Packet
2014 Kenosha County 4-H Scholarship Application (for members only)
2014 Paul Muhlenbeck Memorial Scholarship Application Form
Kenosha County 4-H Forms for Leaders
Friend of 4-H and Alumni Award Nomination
Annual Charter Renewal Form 2014 (fillable pdf form)
Attendance Record Form
Care to Share Form
Clover Award Form to nominate youth
Cloverbud and Leader Certificate Request
Club Activities Form
4-H Council Expense Form
Drop and Add Form
Federal Volunteer Protection Act510
Member Pin Request Form
Minutes of Club Meeting Form
Work Request Form
Kenosha County 4-H Countywide Projects
Kenosha County 4-H Council, Inc.
Kenosha County 4-H Council, Inc. – 4-H Council Expense Form
Kenosha County 4-H Council, Inc. – Accidental Insurance
Kenosha County 4-H Council Schedule 2013-2014
Kenosha County 4-H Council Policy Handbook 2014
Kenosha County 4-H Council, Inc., 2014-15 Budget
Kenosha County 4-H Council, Inc. – Grant Application
Kenosha County 4-H Hall of Fame Nomination Form (pdf format)
Important 4-H Links
If you have any additional questions, please contact the 4-H Program Assistant,
4-H Program Assistant
Kenosha County UW-Extension
19600 75th Street, #2
Bristol, WI 53104
Kenosha County 4-H is a program of the University of Wisconsin-Extension. The University of Wisconsin Extension provides affirmative action and equal opportunity in education, programming and employment for all qualified persons regardless of race, color, gender/sex, creed, disability, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sexual orientation, pregnancy, marital or parental, arrest or conviction record or veteran status.