Current Events & Forms Due

 

Trumbull County Fair Grand March Entry Form

 

Latest Edition of The Leader, Trumbull 4-H's Newsletter

June-August 2022

 

Senior Spotlight Questionnaire

If you are a 4-H senior, please consider filling out a short questionnaire at: https://go.osu.edu/tc4hseniorquestionnaire22 prior to June 1st to be highlighted in our upcoming newsletter and on our Facebook & Instagram pages. Thanks!

 

Trumbull 4-H Public Speaking Contest

Registration Packet- Due July 1 to the OSUE Office

 

Trumbull 4-H Project Judging Information

Click HERE to access project guidelines, skillathon resources, scoresheets & project completion requirements. 

*Please notify Ashlee Meardith of dropped projects prior to judging dates at meardith.1@osu.edu.

Project Area

Date & Time

Animal Project Judging Info

Includes: Beef, Cats, Cavies, Dairy, Goats, Horses (4-Station Judging), Poultry, Rabbits, Sheep & Swine 

 

Tuesday, June 7th 6:00-8:00 PM

*Early start time may be offered for youth involved in multiple species and/or large species groups. 

*Each species will have designated judging area on the fairgrounds. Area will be communicated with families.

*If a member cannot make animal project judging, the family MUST notify the 4-H Educator at meardith.1@osu.edu.

General Project Judging

*Includes self-determined animal projects (pigeons, reptiles, chinchillas, hedgehogs, etc.), dogs, all non-animal/shooting sports projects.

Thursday, June 23rd, 6:00-8:00 PM at Champion Christian Church 

Clothing Project Judging

*Includes all sewing, clothing and quilting projects

Friday, July 8th 1:00-3:30 pm at Osue

 

 

 


2021-2022 4-H Club Essentials

2022 Trumbull 4-H Calendar

The Leader, Trumbull's 4-H Newsletter

June-August 2022

4-H Online Site

*Re-Enrollment Instructions for Returning 4-H Members Below*

Trumbull County 4-H Operating Policies and Guidelines
4-H Winning Plan 4-H Cloverbuds
Trumbull County Jr. Fair Forms: Species Rules & Registrations 4-H Advisory Mini-Grant Application *Given Quarterly

 

4-H Online 2.0: 2022 Trumbull 4-H Returning Member Enrollment 

Beginning in 2018, we have required current 4-H families to enroll themselves in the Trumbull County 4-H Program electronically verus the paper copy we've used in the past.  In November of 2020, 4-H Online updated to the *2.0 Version. We will do our best to provide familes with in-depth instructions so that enrollments will be quick and painless. The electronic version is for established 4-H families and members only.

**If you are a new family to Trumbull County 4-H, you will need to complete a paper New Member Enrollment form and turn it in to the Extension Office.  Your club advisor will have the form for you to complete.**

Click link to access additional information: 2021-2022 Trumbull County 4-H Family Help Sheet

After reading the packet, you may use the video below as an additional reference:

 

 

Quick Notes/Reminders:

  • Each family has a personal profile. You must use one "family" email to access the family's account and individual members. If you have not listed a family email, you will need to do so before attempting to sign in to family's enrollment and profile. Questions can be directed toward Ashlee Meardith, 4-H Educator.
  • Please make sure all information (address, telephone, health considerations club, projects, etc.) are CURRENT and/or UPDATED. We use the information provided for contact purposes and to make sure your child/children are enrolled in the correct projects for the given year.  Please double check project list to make sure all projects are listed that your child/children plan to participate in. 
  • Keep in mind that one project book may support multiple projects. (Ex. #150 Poultry Book). When enrolling in a project, make sure you select one/all projects in that book at you may be interested in exhibiting/completing. (Ex. You want to enroll for a market chicken and fancy/exhibition duck. You must select the 150 CM Chicken Market Project AND 150 DE Duck Exhbition Project. They use the same book but are enrolled SEPARATELY. It is not a catch one, catch all situation)

 4-H Youth Forms & Applications

Ohio 4-H Health Form

2022 4-H Jr. Royal Court (9-13 yrs)

1. Jr. Application

2. Jr. Guidelines

2022 4-H Sr. Royal Court (14-18 yrs)  1. Sr. Application

2. Sr. Guidelines  

Club Officer Handbooks & Other Resources

4-H Career Book: Track your progress & achievements throughout your 4-H career

Older Youth (14-18 yrs) Opportunity Table

Just for Teens- Ohio4h.org

Ohio Achievement Record Tips

2022 Trumbull County 4-H Scholarship
Geauga-Trumbull 4-H Camp Counselor Application 2022 Public Speaking & Demonstration Contest Registration

Geauga-Trumbull 4-H Camp

June 12-17, 2022

Camper Registration

2022 Camp Scholarship

2022 STEM Days Registration (grades K-5)

 


4-H Volunteer Forms 

4-H Club Charter Form Social Media Guidelines
Annual Financial Summary Form 2022 Project Book Order Form

Club Constitution Template

Club Bylaws Template

Online Training Opportunities
4-H Honor Club Application 2022 Ohio 4-H State Event Calendar 
Accident/Incident Report Form 4-H Name & Emblem Guidelines

American Income Life

Club Accident Insurance & Special Event Insurance

Policy 1.50 Child Abuse & Neglect Form

 

Past Editions of The Leader

April-May Edition 2022

February-March 2022

December 2021-January 2022

September-November, 2021

June-August Edition 

April-May Edition 2021

December-January 2020-2021

September-November 2020

July-August Edition 2020

February-March Edition 2020

 

2020-2021 Virtual STEM Activities (Grades K-5) Supply Lists:

*How-To Videos can be viewed on our Trumbull 4-H Program Facebook Page*

September- Apple Oxidation, October- Pumpkin Tower

 

Tips for Teens- Weekly Instructional Videos created by Ohio 4-H & FCS Programs