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(Re)Enroll in 4-H by Oct. 15

Minnesota 4-H families are reminded and encouraged to go to 4HOnline to enroll/re-enroll both youth members and adult volunteers. We request that members be enrolled by October 15th to ensure proper recognition at the Banquet. 

Youth are unable to participate in 4-H events if they are not properly enrolled or re-enrolled for the current 4-H year. The process is quick and easy; even families with multiple members should be done in ten minutes or less. 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 at:

Youth, their parents and adult volunteers, as part of enrolling or re-enrolling, will all be agreeing to the Minnesota 4-H Code of Conduct, which is available for review in its entirety, along with other policy and authorization statements at or by contacting the Extension office.

If you are an adult who is willing to share your time and talents to make a difference, 4-H needs you! The first step to becoming an adult 4-H volunteer is to complete the volunteer screening process. Learn more at


HINTS:  Forgot your password?  Click the “I forgot my password” button on 4HOnline website and enter the email address you used to set up your account and select “family” for role. They will email you a link to reset your password.

Changing clubs?  Be sure to re-sign up for all of your projects.  Projects are linked to the club you are a member of when you select that project.  If you change to a new club, all your projects will stay with the old club which will cause them to be deleted.


Sara Budde
County 4-H Program Coordinator
(320) 255-6169
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