4-H Clubs

New 4-H members are ALWAYS welcome!  Please note that if you wish to  participate in the Green County fair, you must enroll by November 1st.  Member re-enrollment occurs in the fall of every year.

So how do I become a member?

You can join 4-H if you are in Kindergarten (5K) through one year past high school.

  1. Youth in Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grades can join the “Cloverbud” project; a project specially designed to help youth at this age explore a variety of projects and interests, in a non-competitive environment.
  2. Youth in 3rd grade and older have a choice of over 60 project areas.


In order to join, just follow these four easy steps:

  1. First, choose a 4-H club that is best for you and your family (see list below).
    • We encourage you to learn about a couple different clubs and maybe even go observe a meeting, before selecting a club to join. Things to consider when choosing the club that is best for you include projects the club is most involved with, when and where the club holds meetings, and the size of the club. You may also choose to belong to a club that some of your friends or family belong to.  The choice is entirely up to you! If you would like more information about a club or if you need further assistance please contact the Extension Green County office at 608-328-9440.
    • 4-H is a family focused program, where parent attendance is highly encouraged!
  2. Next, contact the 4-H Organizational Leader of the club you wish to join. Speaking with the leader will help you learn more about the club, its members, the enrollment process, enrollment dues and deciding which projects you would like to participate in.
    • Annual enrollment dues are paid to the club by the club’s deadline date.  County enrollment dues are $15 per member, and additional club and project fees may apply.  Financial assistance is also available.
    • The Enrollment and Project Guide provides directions for enrolling online at https://wi.4honline.com and an overview of the available 4-H projects.
    • While new 4-H members can enroll any time during the year, new and returning members must be enrolled by November 1st to be eligible to exhibit at the Green County Fair.
  3. Then, parents are encouraged to sign up to be a project leader or activity leader. Many parents all chipping in to support the grow and development of our youth is what makes 4-H possible! In order to be eligible to be a leader, adults need to have enrolled online at https://wi.4honline.com and completed the 4-H Volunteer in Preparation (VIP) training.

4. Lastly, start regularly attending meetings and getting actively involved in your 4-H club and projects!

2020-2021 Green County 4-H Club Listing
4-H is… Brochure (en Espanol)


4-H Club



Major Club Activites


Contact Person

1. Browntown Busy Beavers
2nd Sunday
12:30 PM
May Baskets, Beautify Browntown Park, Christmas Party
Browntown Civic Center
Mark & Katy Dickson
2. Cheese Country Clovers
3rd Sunday
1:30 PM
 Focus on youth leadership development, community service at nursing home, serving and honoring veterans
Green County Justice Center
Krista Bethke,                           558-0563
3. Clarence Bridge Pioneers
2nd Sunday
7:00 PM
1st Baby of 4-H Week Basket, Valentines and Cookies to
Nursing Homes, Christmas Party collection for food pantry, May Day baskets
Spring Grove Town Hall
Val Wymer, 897-8098
Tyler Sievers, 897-1967
4. Clarno
3rd Tuesday
7:00 PM
Community service with Green County residents
Clarno Zion United Methodist Church/ Clarno Forestry Center
Nicole Ruegsegger,
Katie Gempeler
5. Dayton Dairylanders
2nd Monday
7:00 PM
Fall Fest and UFO Days cheese curd sales, January family potluck & bowling party
First United Church of Christ, Belleville
Chris Meier,
424- 6337
Cindy Lettman,
6. Decatur
2nd Sunday
6:00 PM
Community service within Brodhead
United Methodist Church, Brodhead
Brandi Withrow,
7. Dougherty Creek
3rd Sunday
7:00 PM
Apple Pie making, Ice Cream social at Dairy Queen Crowning
Argyle EMS building
Lisa Holcomb,
Heather Siedschlag
8. Hiawatha
3rd Sunday
1:30 PM
Food pantry donations, Holiday crafts
Green County Justice Center
Dani Schneider,
9. Jolly Mixers
3rd Monday
7:00 PM
Adapt a highway, club picnic/ swimming party, food stand at auctions and events
Albany Lions Building
Jessica Horn,
Cheri Dallman,
10. Juda Jolly Juniors
2nd Monday
7:30 PM
Service Projects
Juda Community Center
Lelani Erb,
11. New Glarus
2nd Wednesday
7:30 PM
Summer Picnic, Card making and caroling for nursing home residents, New Glarus Home Birthday Party
New Glarus Home Chapel
Roxanne Klossner          527-2654
12. New Horizons
2nd Sunday
2:00 PM
Little Caesars Pizza fundraiser, coffee cakes for Breakfast on the farm, Club tour
Pleasant View Nursing Home or Green County Justice Center
Paul & Connie Heimann, 934-5377
13. Next Generation
2nd or 3rd Sunday
1:30 PM
Highway and state park clean up, pool party, Pumpkin Patch Day, Christmas party
Zion United Church, Juda
Deb Myers,
14. Spring Grove Honest Workers
Contact Leader for Date
7:30 PM
1st Spring Baby Basket, May basket to a needy family, Township flowerbeds
Juda Community Center
Jody Makos, 934-5347
15. Washington Center
2nd Monday
7:00 PM
Annual Summer Picnic, Yearly Service Project, Winter Potluck and Game day
Monticello Schools Cafeteria
Sally Roe, 938-1309
16. York
3rd Sunday
6:00 PM
Close working with food pantry, Hwy clean up, decorate the Blanchardville for Dairy Month
Blanchardville Lutheran Church
Cindy Gilson, 527-5021
Kristin Welhouse,
17. Young Americans
2nd Monday
6:00 PM
Valentine’s cookies for shut ins, highway clean up, flower at Pleasant View, major emphasis of “Where Our Food Comes From”
St. John’s UCC Fellowship, Monroe
Laura Vosberg,
Barb Buetow,
Kristin Bansley,


  • Contact the Ellen Andrews, Green County 4-H Youth Development Educator, at 608-328-9440 for more information on Green County 4-H Clubs in your area.

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Ellen Andrews
4-H Youth Development Educator
Extension Green County
2841 6th Street
Monroe, WI 53566-9397
Office Phone: 608-328-9440
After Hours Cell#: 608-352-0242