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Washington State University Extension

Club Members and Families

Program Contact: Melanie Greer, 4-H and Youth Empowerment Coordinator
(360) 912-2062 •

Five 4-H youth competing in a science competition.The Clallam County 4-H program teaches life skills through Positive Youth Development. 4-H record books, public presentations, meeting participation, and project work are a few of the ways 4-Hers develop those skills throughout the year.

The resources below are designed to help our members and families navigate the educational components of our 4-H program.

Download our new 2023-2024 Clallam County 4-H Member Handbook

Enrollment Process

The new 4-H year begins October 1st, and members must re-enroll each year. For a reminder how please see our Join 4-H page.

Statewide member resources page including enrollment resources.

Educational Requirements

Educational Requirements for Fair and Year End Completion

Educational Posters and Displays

Please see our Educational Posters and Displays page.


Please see our Presentations page.

4-H Record Books

See our Record Books page.

Awards and Scholarships

See our awards and scholarships page


See our County and State Fair page.

Youth Agriculture Producers

See the WSU Animal Agriculture Youth Producers page.


For concerns requiring the Council Grievance Committee use the Grievance/Appeal Form.

For written concerns for the extension office and not Council please use the Care to Share Form. Signature requested but not required.