Summit County 4-H Enrollment

2017/18 4-H Online enrollment will be available starting Oct. 16, 2017. All returning 4-H members and leaders must re-enroll each year. The $45 4-H enrollment fee helps pay for club supplies, insurance, state 4-H fees, leader recognition and awards.

4-H Online Enrollment


All youth members and volunteer leaders must enroll online via 4-H Online*. Get more information about enrolling online*4-H Online no longer supports Internet Explorer due to security concerns. For best results, use Mozilla Firefox (preferred) or Google Chrome

1. Enroll in 4-H Online


Enrolling Children Ages 5-7
Children ages 5-7 are considered as "Cloverbuds" in the 4-H system and must select "Cloverbud" as their project in 4-H Online. After enrolling, email the 4-H Manager at Kathie.Kralik@SummitCountyCO.gov with the child's specific project.
Enrolling Children Ages 8+
For children ages 8 and older, choose the project name that most closely describes the program in which your child will be participating. If you do not see your child’s project listed, select “Self-Determined.”

*When enrolling, do not complete the “Health Form,” as this is for overnight programs only. 


2. RSVP to the Summit County 4-H Office.
Once you have enrolled your child in 4-H Online, contact the Summit County 4-H office by emailing Kathie.Kralik@SummitCountyCO.gov.

3. Send payment for the annual 4-H Enrollment fee.

Mail a check or money order for $45, made out to Summit County 4-H to:
Summit County 4-H
P.O. Box 5660
Frisco, CO 80443

Financial Aid


Financial aid scholarships are available for those in need. To inquire about financial aid, call the Summit County 4-H office at 970-668-4142.

Assistance with Enrollment


If you’re having trouble enrolling online, contact the Summit County CSU Extension Office at 970-668-3595 or Beth.Huron@SummitCountyCO.gov.


Colorado State University, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Summit County cooperating. Extension programs are available to all without discrimination.

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