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General Information

WA State 4-H Policy
Any class of animal must comply with minimum state requirements. Washington State 4-H Policy and Procedure Handbook.

4honline 4-H Online Registration
Grant County 4-H Leaders Council can offer assistance scholarships. On a case-by-case basis, some, or all the 25-dollar enrollment fee may be covered. Grant-County-4-H-Leaders-Council-State-Membership-Fee-Scholarship-Application

Need help enrolling? Resource documents on the WSU Extension Join 4-H web page are a useful tool to walk you through the enrollment process.

There are numerous 4-H project and club options: Grant County 4-H Clubs and Projects


OUR LOCAL NEWSLETTER…Grant County 4-H sends out two newsletters a month. If you would like to be on our mailing list, please email This is where we share information on due dates, meeting information, and programming.

OUR STATEWIDE NEWSLETTER…Once a week the Washington State 4-H Program shared information in Tuesday News.


Leaders Council consists of 4-H leaders who assist WSU Extension in promoting the 4-H program at the local level. The main purpose of the council is to meet the educational needs of those enrolled in the local program.

Leaders Council Officers:

Allen Smith, President

Tonia Doyer, Vice President

Jeannie Kiehn, Treasurer

Janelle Todaro, Secretary

Bylaws and Constitution

Meeting Minutes:

The Horse Committee is a committee within the Leaders Council and seeks to offer educational opportunities for those enrolled in equine programs.

The Livestock Sale Committee gathers throughout the year to plan and implement the livestock sale at the Grant County Fair every August. The group meets on the third Tuesday of the month February through August and in October.