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  • 2016-2017 Ambassador Kick-Off

    The Martin County 4-H Ambassador Program is coming back for 2016-2017! Interested youth in grades 6 and up and their parents are invited to attend the Ambassador Kick-Off!
  • Give to the Max on November 17 to Martin County 4-H

    Support Martin County 4-H during Give to the Max Day! What if you could help our Martin County 4-H receive $1,000 just by giving $10 or more? On November 17, 2016, you’ll have that chance.
  • Officer Training

    Congratulations on being elected to a leadership role at the club/county level! To help you grow in your leadership position, SW MN 4-H Program Coordinators and volunteers are coming together to offer leadership development activities, materials and resources to utilize in your position. Who is this training for? o Club Officers o Federation Officers o Club Leaders
  • Enrollment/Re-Enrollment is now Open! Be sure to get done ASAP!

    The process is quick and easy; even families with multiple youth should be done in 10 minutes or less. To enroll or re-enroll just visit! Re-enrolling early ensures that critical communications will be received, especially as it relates to deadlines and project specific information. Detailed information about online enrollment and re-enrollment is available here:
  • Murray County Fair fun facts

    The county fair is over for another year. Thought you might like to know some interesting numbers about 4-H exhibitors. There were over 1,400 exhibits between the livestock barns and the 4-H exhibit hall. Two hundred twelve exhibitors took home just over $5,000 in premiums for these exhibits. The highest individual premium was $161.50. The highest club total for premiums paid was $1,309.50. to 55 members exhibiting. All nine clubs had exhibitors at the county fair, as well as at the state fair.
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