Summit County 4-H Projects
Summit County 4-H offers over 25 different projects, including 4-H STEM, horses, sewing, fly fishing, archery and more. All 4-H clubs have an adult volunteer leader who specializes in that project and enjoys working with youth. In 4-H projects, youth members learn life skills while learning the hands-on skill of the project.
Recent 4-H Projects4-H Rocketry at Upper Blue Elementary (pdf)
4-H Knitting Club (pdf)
4-H Horseless Horse Lessons (pdf)
4-H Rabbit Workshop (pdf)
4-H Ice Fishing (pdf)
4-H Robotics (pdf)
4-H STEAM & Leadership (pdf)
4-H Knitting (pdf)
4-H Financial Literacy - Feb. 8 (pdf)
4-H Financial Literacy - Summit High School (pdf)
4-H Leathercraft (pdf)
4-H Ukulele (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
How 4-H Projects Work (pdf)
State 4-H Project List (pdf)
Colorado 4-H Project Information
Colorado State University, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Summit County cooperating. Extension programs are available to all without discrimination.