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Re-enroll for the 2017-2018 4-H Year!

Re-enrollment for the new 4-H year opens up on September 16 and Minnesota 4-H families are reminded and encouraged to go to 4HOnline to re-enroll both youth members and adult volunteers.

Detailed information about online re-enrollment is available on the MN State 4-H website.  Youth, their parents and adult volunteers, as part of re-enrolling, will all be agreeing to the Minnesota 4-H code of conduct, which is available for review in it's entirety, along with other policy and authorization statements.

Adult Volunteers:  Starting this fall, your enrollment as a 4-H volunteer will last for three years. This great news is worth repeating: Instead of having to re-enroll every single year, your enrollment as a 4-H volunteer will extend for a full three years. Hooray!

The re-enrollment period to continue in your volunteer role will be September 16 - October 31.

A three-year enrollment does not commit you to volunteering for three years, and you will still work with staff to determine your volunteer roles. However, we want to make it easier for you to get to your important work with 4-H members.  Thank you for all you do to empower youth with the skills they need to lead for lifetime!

Dues: To complete your enrollment you must pay your membership dues of $30/member to Anoka County 4-H. This is paid directly to the 4-H office by cash or check with the dues form.  If this fee presents a challenge, check out the form for how to proceed.  Dues must be paid within 30 days of enrolling or before participating in a county 4-H event (whichever comes first).



Kimberly Ferguson
Program Support Secretary
(763) 324-3499
Anna Gilbertson
County 4-H Program Coordinator
(763) 324-3497
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