View the dropdown menu above for links to:
4-H Connect – Texas 4-H Online Enrollment System
Coryell 4-H Newsletters – Quarterly 4-H Newsletter, watch your email weekly for the Coryell County 4-H What’s Up Weekly news!
Quality Counts – “Quality Counts” is designed to teach young people the importance of displaying good character in carrying out livestock projects, and in every aspect of their lives. Quality Counts helps them learn the importance of using proper livestock management practices so that good quality and safety are preserved. In order to show at any major livestock show, 4-H members must complete the Quality Counts training.
4-H Links – A list of useful 4-H links along with links to all Major Livestock Shows
The 4-H Motto & Pledge:To Make the Best Better…I pledge: My HEAD to clearer thinking; My HEART to greater loyalty; My HANDS to larger service, and My HEALTH to better living for my club, my community, my country, and my world. What is 4-H and what can I do as a member? 4-H is more than just a club. 4-H is an avenue to prepare young people for the future. Through 4-H you will have the opportunity to learn how to work with others, whether they are 4-H members, school mates, adults, or members of another organization.4-H members have the opportunity to go to camps, show their projects at fairs, travel, judge, make new friends from all over Texas, attend meetings and workshops with other youth, and much more!
4-H Member: 4-H is open to all children that are 8 years old and in the third grade to 18 years old. These members are eligible to compete in 4-H sponsored events.
How much does it cost and how do I join? Each year, between September 1-October 31st there will be a $20 participation fee, after October 31st it will cost $25. There are projects that will require an investment, please acquire additional information before beginning projects.
To join 4-H, all you need to do is go to 4-H Connect via the State 4-H page and start a profile for you family. After you have submitted all participants names and fees, you will begin to receive a weekly e-mail newsletter and a quarterly paper newsletter from the Extension Office. The newsletter includes deadlines, as well as information about upcoming projects and events.
As an adult how can I become involved with the 4-H program? Adults interested in assisting the 4-H program can become volunteers. Volunteers are able to help with a number of items throughout the year. Our volunteers can be club managers, project leaders, chaperones or can help with refreshments and transportation to and from events.
If you are interested in becoming a 4-H volunteer, please enroll online through 4-H Connect and submit a $10 fee to the Extension Office. For the protection of our 4-H members adult volunteer enrollments are sent to the State Office where they perform background checks.
What projects are offered through Coryell County 4-H? Our projects include but are not limited to: Beef, Clothing & Textiles, Foods & Nutrition, Goats, Horse, Photography, Public Speaking, Sheep, Shooting Sports, and Swine. Through 4-H, you can also be a member of a Livestock Judging Team, Nutrition Quiz Bowl Team, Horse Judging Team, Beef Quiz Bowl Team, and participate in a variety of different contests.