4-H Youth at Jefferson County Fair
4-H Online Forms
Welcome to your source for all Jefferson County 4-H
All the forms below are fillable PDF’s so please complete them on your
computer for accurate recording. Most of the forms require signatures. If you
have the computer capability you may sign them electronically, or please print
them in order to add a signature(s).
Forms should be emailed, faxed, or mailed to:
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County
203 North Hamilton Street
Basic 4-H Forms:
- 4-H Enrollment/Reenrollment Form: A 4-H
Enrollment Form needs to be completed when youth wish to join 4-H
as well as each year they would like to
reenroll in 4-H. It is also used to change their contact information when
necessary. This form must be signed by both the 4-H member and their parent or
guardian. Please be sure to complete the entire form.
- 4-H Project/Activity Record Book: This book is
completed at the end of the 4-H year (October 1) or prior to the Jefferson
County 4-H Youth Fair. This Project/Activity Record is used as a tool to
complete a project for the County Fair or to turn into the 4-H office so that
the youth can be acknowledged during the recognition event in November.
- 4-H Cloverbud Project/Activity Record: This Project/Activity Record is used as a tool to complete a project for the County Fair or to turn into the 4-H office so that the youth can be acknowledged during the recognition event in November.
- New York State 4-H Portfolio - Annual Summary: The 4-H Portfolio documents a young person’s participation in 4-H projects and activities
throughout his/her membership years. Each year an annual summary of all 4-H participation and individual
project records are added to the portfolio. It is recommended that these materials be kept in a 3-ring
binder with the most recent year in the front of the book. While 4-H members officially start their
portfolios when they enter grade 3, Cloverbud records may be kept in the back of the book.
of Risk Forms
There are different 4-H Acknowledgment of Risk
Forms depending on the 4-H member’s age, what type of club they belong to, what
type of activity they may be engaging in, and more. In some cases, more than
one Acknowledgement of Risk form may be required.
Last updated August 10, 2016