Summit County 4-H Enrollment
Summit County 4-H is now accepting enrollments for the 2023-24 4-H year. All returning 4-H members and leaders must re-enroll each year. Enroll now for special fee of just $15 for activities happening now until 12/31/23.
All youth members and volunteer leaders must enroll online via 4-H Online.
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 Summit County 4-H office 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.”
*Enroll your child as a "Member", not as a "Participant", and do not add an email address in the "Member" section - leave it blank.
*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.
3. Send payment for the annual 4-H Enrollment fee.
2022/23 Summit County 4-H Enrollment Fees:
Special fee of just $15 for activities happening now until 12/31/23
- Credit Cards allowed
- 11% fee
- 4-H Enrollment Fee + Venmo Fee $49.95/child including fee or $22.20/child including fee for ages 5-7
- In Venmo app, search for “Summit County 4-H Council Club”
- Add your child’s full name so we know that you have paid your annual 4-H enrollment fee
CHECK or CASH
Summit County 4-H
PO Box 5660
Frisco, CO 80443
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.
Colorado State University, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Summit County cooperating. Extension programs are available to all without discrimination.