4-H'er are encouraged to choose a project or projects and attend 4-H events to build their knowledge of the project subject material. They also complete activities related to the project area, keep records of their activities, give written and oral demonstrations about their projects, participate in judging, meet 4-H'ers from across the state participating in leadership and citizenship projects, as well as other contests.
*A late registration fee of $2.00 will be added to those who enroll pass the indicated deadline, should space be available and time permits.*
4-H'ers work with parents, volunteers, and other 4-H'ers who share similar projects. Project work not only increases a 4-H'ers knowledge of a particular subject of interest to them, but project work can also prepare them for a career in that field, such as veterinary science. Scholarships, prizes, awards, and special recognition are also the rewards for project work.
4-H Beekeeping Essay Contest
4-H Day at the State Fair
York County 4-H Teen Council
4-H Game Day at Death Valley