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Harper County

Welcome to Harper County 4-H

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4-H Youth Development programs are open to all youth who are residents of Kansas and between the ages of 7 and 18. Youth who turned 7 before January 1 of the current year are not eligible.

Enrollment is due November 1st every year for recurring 4-H members and May 1st is the deadline for new members.

Whether you are a current member or a brand new one, you have to enroll online at: http://ks.4honline.com. Please enroll as soon as possible so that you will be better informed of all 4-H activities. More information on "How to Join".

Harper County Extension Board

4-H Guidelines

As a general rule, 4-H membership should be within the county where the 4-H'er is a resident. If the prospective member is from a different county, the Harper County Extension Board is required to approve their admittance to the Harper County 4-H Program as well as get approval from the other county.

Situations in which exceptions to this general policy may be considered include:

1. If the 4-H'er goes to school in a county other than the county of residence, the 4-Her has the choice of joining 4-H in the county of residence or in the county where he/she goes to school.

2. If a Harper County 4-H Club's official meeting place is within the school district of an out-of-county school, students of that school may join the Harper County club.

3. If a program or project in which the 4-H'er is interested in is NOT available in the county of residence or in the county where the 4-H'er goes to school, the 4-H'er may enroll in that project or program in another county.