What is 4-H?

4-H is a national, premier youth development organization that compliments and enhances the formal education process through hands-on learning, leadership opportunities and character development. Nationally and locally, this program is paying dividends to our 4-H alumni by preparing them for college life and work-force development. As a result they are becoming well-rounded citizens ready to engage and serve their communities. Ohio 4-H inspires kids to do!

Want to join Williams County 4-H?

Williams County 4-H involves over 500 youth and is led by over 120 adult volunteers.  There are 4-H clubs spread throughout the county and we can help you find one in your area! Contact the Williams County OSU Extension Office at 419-636-5608 or email Jessica, 4-H Program Assistant, at runkel.8@osu.edu to learn more. Our enrollment deadline for youth wanting to join Williams County 4-H is April 15th for new members. 

You can also click on the red link to see which clubs are in your community and contact the head advisor for club information.

Williams County 4-H Club List for 2024

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Ohio 4-H Family Guide 

This Family Guide provides information about being a 4-H Member, state opportunities available, and lists each individual projects with descriptive information about the project.

2024 Projects By Topic Search