Summit County 4-H Projects
Current 4-H Projects
Watch this space for upcoming projects!
Recent 4-H Projects
4-H Electricity Silverthorne Elementary (pdf)
4-H Sewing (pdf)
4-H Horse Program (pdf)
4-H Rocketry at Silverthorne Elementary (pdf)
4-H Clean Energy at UBE (pdf)*
4-H Gardening (pdf)
4-H Horseless Horse (pdf)
4-H Ceramics at Dillon Valley Elementary (pdf)
4-H Rocketry at Upper Blue Elementary (pdf)
4-H Knitting Club (pdf)
Upper Blue Elementary STEM - Geology (pdf)
4-H Horseless Horse Lessons (pdf)
4-H Record Books
All 4-H Members ages 8-18 are expected to complete a 4-H record book for each of their chosen projects. Record books are required for State Fair. All Summit County 4-H members are welcomed and encouraged to participate in the Middle Park Fair in August to qualify for State Fair. 4-H leaders will assist members in completing their record books.
Parental Involvement in Projects
The most successful 4-H members have the interest and support of their parents. Here are some tips and ideas for parental involvement in 4-H projects:
- Advise your child in selecting 4-H projects.
- Participate in project meetings. If your child is ages 5-7, talk with the 4-H leader regarding parent participation in projects.
- Show interest and enthusiasm for the projects.
- Help guide your child with the project, but don’t do it for him/her.
- See that when a project is started, it is completed satisfactorily.
- Stay informed via weekly 4-H emails and the Summit County 4-H website.
- Offer to assist the 4-H volunteer project leader, including meeting setup or cleanup.
- Help find a local leader for a project, or serve as a volunteer 4-H leader in an area that interests you.
Related Links and Resources
Colorado State University, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Summit County cooperating. Extension programs are available to all without discrimination.