4-H Forms & Resources

Leader & Club Resources:

4-H Club Development Guide
Financial Accountability Guide
Annual Financial Summary Report Form
County 4-H Fundraising Application
County 4-H Fundraising Report Form

4-H Club Sales and Use Tax Exempt Status Letter

Payment Tracking Form
4-H Age Groups
Reminders for 4-H Enrollments

4-H Participation Fee Payment Guide

Annual 4-H Club Authorization Form



4-H Scholarships-NOW AVAILABLE!

All submissions are due from the applicant by Friday, April 17, 2020 at 5pm!

Each applicant will be required to participate in an in-person interview scheduled for Wednesday, April 22, 2020. The interviews will take approximately 10-15 minutes each. You will interview for all of the scholarships for which you apply in a single meeting. Please click here to sign-up for the timeslot that works best for you. Feel free to browse each of the scholarships available below, paying close attention to each of the specific requirements for each scholarship. If you have any questions, please contact Sara at seitzsa1@msu.edu or 734-240-3174. 

PLEASE NOTE: Each applicant only needs to turn in ONE headshot photo (email preferred to seitzsa1@msu.edu).


Wayne & Suzanne Lennard Memorial Scholarship

Marie A Siebarth Memorial Scholarship

Larry Hammons Memorial Scholarship

Charles Knabusch Memorial Scholarship

Shooting Sports Association Scholarship

Larry See Memorial Scholarship

Judy See Monroe County 4-H Academic Scholarship

4-H Cat Board Scholarship

Paul McGuire Memorial Scholarship

Larry Kreps Memorial Scholarship



4-H Club Standards Award

All Submissions are due from the Club Leader by April 1, 2020 at 5pm!

The purpose is to recognize Monroe County 4-H Clubs for having the following characteristics:

A quality educational program for all members.
A Club environment where all youths feel like they belong.
An environment where youths are actively engaged in exploring and learning about their interests.
Opportunities for youths to strive for mastery in subject matter of interests.
Opportunities for youths to set goals and be actively involved in the planning, implementing and evaluating the group’s program.

When a club initially receives this award they will be given a banner with their club name on it.
They will also receive a medal to hang on the banner, with the year the club-standard was won and it will correspond to the color of the level that they achieved.

The application form can be found and completed as a Google Form below.

Monroe County 4-H Club Standards Award




4-H Online

Fall Enrollments Due November 1st, 2019

Spring Enrollments Due April 1st, 2020

4HOnline New Family Guide: This guide is for families who are new to Monroe County 4-H.

4HOnline Re-Enrollment Guide: This guide is for those who are re-enrolling for the new program year. This includes youth, parents and volunteers. 




Those interested in becoming a first time volunteer with the Monroe County 4-H Program can find more information here!



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