Re-enrollment deadline is approaching…January first is only three days away!!
Re-enrollment means existing 4-H families are signing each family member up (via 4-H Online – www.oh.4honline.com) for the new program year. If you are not planning on continuing with the 4-H program this year, please contact our office and we will remove you from the listings.
All that is required for re-enrollment is updating and/or confirming contact information and electronically signing the Acknowledgement of Responsibility and Release, Code of Conduct, General Permission and Photo Release digital forms.
Re-enrollment takes approximately 3 to 5 minutes per member.
If you have issues with the re-enrollment process, please email Judie at email@example.com and we will help you through the process.
*YOU DO NOT HAVE TO INDICATE YOUR 4-H PROJECT CHOICES IN ORDER TO RE-ENROLL!*
JANUARY 1 – Re-Enrollment deadline!
All returning families MUST re-enroll in 4-H by January 1, 2019.
Re-enrollment is critical to the operation of our program in regards to funding, planning and communication.
PLEASE complete re-enrollment in a timely matter.
APRIL 1 – Project Enrollment & New Member Enrollment deadline.
Project enrollment is defined as 4-H project book selection. All 4-H Online member profiles need to be updated with correct project enrollment information by April 1, 2019. Project refers to the book a member is enrolling in (i.e. Get Started in Art, Robotics I, Beginning Horse Management, Market Hog Project, Dairy Beef Feeder Project, etc.)
It has nothing to do with the Junior Fair White Pages or Junior Fair Entry Form.
New Member Enrollment refers to any member who was not a 4-H member in 2018. These members are eligible to enroll anytime between October 1, 2018 and April 1, 2019.
MAY 31 – Junior Fair Entry Form deadline.
Junior Fair Entry Forms are the triplicate half sheets members use to indicate what they are bringing/entering to pre-fair judging or in fair. For example, a member enrolled in Get Started in Art will use the 2019 Junior Fair White Pages to look up what class and sub-class numbers they wish to exhibit during pre-fair judging (Painting, Drawing, Toys, Ceramics, etc.). A member enrolled in the Market Hog Project will indicate on the Junior Fair Entry Form how many and what type of hog they are entering in the Junior Fair Market Hog show (purebred or crossbred). Each animal will need to be entered one per line. (ie if you are signing up 2 purebreds, there should be two listed, one per line).
A member MUST be enrolled in the 4-H project(s) that correlate(s) with their Junior Fair Entry Form class(es) in order to exhibit. This is why the April 1 Project Enrollment deadline is important.
Members with incorrect or late project enrollment data run the risk of not being eligible to exhibit at the 2019 Junior Fair.
JULY 12 – Junior Fair Scratches due.
We understand that things happen. Projects don’t get finished and animals don’t develop as expected. That said, PLEASE be courteous to our office and the Junior Fair Board and submit scratches as early as possible. Scratches create extreme inefficiencies in our office when not reported. They effect pre-fair judging schedules, printing of vouchers and pen cards, and stall assignments.
JULY 15-19 – Pre-Fair Judging Week for ALL non-livestock projects
July 21-28 – 2019 Shelby County Junior Fair