4-H Clubs

When can I join?

The 4-H year starts in September.  4-H Online 2.0 is the online enrollment and registration system for Wisconsin 4-H. This is where you enter family and individual information that is used by your county and the state 4-H offices to manage and record your participation in the 4-H Youth Development program. New members and re-enrolling members should complete their enrollment online at https://wi.4honline.com as soon as they have decided to become members of a club.  Projects can be added on this online program.

Everybody is a new family or member at the beginning. This help sheet, Enrolling in 4-H Online 2.0, walks a new family through the process of how to enroll in 4-H Online for the first time. If you are adding a new member to an existing family, you can skip right to the bottom of page 2.

Who can join 4-H?

4-H grade is determined as of October 1st.  All youth form Kindergarten through Grade 13 are welcome to join. Kindergarten,1st & 2nd graders enroll as Cloverbuds. 2nd graders may also sign up as regular members (but may not take a live animal to the fair per state regulations).  3rd graders and up enroll as regular members. Youth continue to be eligible for membership one (1) year beyond high school.  Graduation from 4-H may be following high school graduation -or- one (1) year after high school graduation. Unlike other clubs 4-H does not divide activities by gender and we offer graduated experiences to youth in different “ages and stages” of development. Whatever you love to do, you can find it here.

Where can I join?

Look below for a listing of individual clubs and contacts closest to you in Pepin County.

Pepin County 4-H Club Leaders

Chippewa 4-H Club

Nicki Moline – W9011 County Road I, Pepin, WI 54759        (715) 442-5371

Lima Lads & Lassies 4-H Club

Wendy Brantner –  N7080 Albany A, Durand, WI 54736        (715) 495-4472

For more information on the 4-H Program, contact Extension-Pepin County at (715) 672-5214.