Process for Registration
In using 4hOnline this year the Youth Delegates and Adult Resources will have two ways of going about making a payment for KYG Registration (Credit Card through 4-H Online or by Check). Start with going to your Profile and choosing Event Registration.
The Registration process is the same as last year through 4hOnline but when they get to the invoice they can choose to pay by Card or Check.
If the participant chooses to pay by Credit Card for the KYG Conference then they need to make the full payment at the end of registration process on 4-H Online. If the participant received a scholarship from the County, then the County is responsible for reimbursing the participant.
If the participant chooses to pay by Check for the KYG Conference then at the end of the registration process on 4-H Online they will be provided with an invoice amount that they owe. From this step participants will deliver their check to their County Coordinator or to the County Extension Office. At this point if the participant is receiving a discount from the County they may pay the appropriate amount due at that time.
County Coordinators and County Extension Office, before you confirm delegates Event registration, we are asking that you collect all the checks from your delegation keep track of all the money coming in. Once you have all the Conference Registration Checks we ask you to mail these to Kristi Axtell: Attention KYG Washington State University Extension, 140 South Arthur, Suite 500, Spokane, WA 99202 with a full report of all the participants that are paid. Please have all checks mailed/postmarked to Kristi Axtell by January 22nd.
Important Note: When Registering for KYG Conference the same deadlines are in place for early/late registration and the refund policy remains the same. Meaning if your delegate or adult resource submits their KYG Application on 4-H Online after January 5th at 10pm then they will need to pay the late registration fee of $350.
Instructions on how to register for KYG within 4-H online can be viewed here: