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Upcoming Dates

Oct. 1                  4-H Enrollment @ https://ks.4honline.com/ officially opens
Oct. 10                4-H Pumpkin Decorating 6:30 at Extension office
                          4-H Council Meeting 7:00 p.m. at Extension office
Oct. 6-12             National 4-H Week – Wear a 4-H shirt and bring a friend to your 4-H meeting
Oct. 15th              Early bird registration deadline for KS Youth Leadership & Volunteer Forum
Oct. 24                District Officer Training, Parsons Area office, 6:30 p.m.
Oct. 31st              Awards Banquet Reservations/tickets due at Extension office
Nov. 7th               Awards Banquet @ Coffeyville Recreation Building 7:00 p.m.
Nov. 11th             Office closed for Veterans Day
Nov. 23-24           KS Youth Leadership Form and Volunteer Forum
Nov. 28-29th        Office closed for Thanksgiving
Dec. 25               Office closed for Christmas

4-H Drone & Robotics Olympics

Registration Information for Cosmosphere Robotics Olympics


2020 Enrollment

Enrollment for 2020 will open October 1, 2019. If you were enrolled in 4-H in Montgomery County by January 31, 2020 you need to enroll as a returning family! If you forgot your password there is a 'Forgot password' option. www.ks.4honline.com 

Enrollment Guide for New Families - Enrollment deadline for new families is May 1, 2020

Re-enrollment Guide for Returning Families Enrollment deadline for returning families is January 31, 2020.


Club Days

4-H Presentation Overview

4-H Public Speaking Score sheet

Demonstration/ILL Score Sheet

Project Talk Score Sheet


Montgomery County 4-H Fair Information

Fairgrounds are located at Riverside Park in Independence, KS. Google map pinpoint of the main 4-H building can be found HERE

LINK to FAIR INFORMATION - including fair entry video



Katie Townsend

Katie Townsend
4-H Youth Development Agent
Phone: 620-331-2690

Important Links

Montgomery County Newsletters

July County Newsletter

August County Newsletter

Wordmarks for Publications/Flyers

KSRE/4-H Grows Here



Step 1: Volunteer Form

Step 2: 4-H Online 

Step 3: Background Check

Volunteer Training


State 4-H Scholarship Application- Due end of January each year

Cecil L Eyestone Scholarship - Due April 1 each year

Anna Mae Brown Scholoarship - Due July 1 each year

MG County 4-H Clubs

Caney Pioneers
2nd Monday at 7:00 pm
Trinity Lutheran Church, Caney

Fawn Creek
2nd Monday at 7:00 pm
Tyro Christian Church

Happy Hustlers
1st Wednesday
6:30 pm (School)
7:00 pm (Summer)
Logan Park Comm. Building

Peppy Progressive
2nd Monday at 6:30 pm
Liberty Methodist Church

Sycamore Sunflowers
2nd Tuesday at 7:00 pm
Sycamore Township Hall

Valley Victors
3rd Monday at 7:00 pm
Sycamore Township Hall

Please call the Extension Office for club leader contact information. 


Record Book Information

Junior Division - anyone 12 & under. This division  a receives certificate if you win. 
Open Division - any age, any member. This division receives a pin at awards banquet if you win. The top winner in each category (if 14 & older) gets the opportunity to send their book on to area judging. 

Example of completed record book

Page 1: Montgomery County Check Sheet
Page 2:Personal Page PDF, Word
Page 3: 4-H Story (guidelines)
Page 4: Permanent Record PDF,Word
Page 5: Project Record PDF,Word
Page 6: Livestock Help sheet (if applicable)
Page 7: Pictures (guidelines)

Do NOT put pages in protective sheets. 

Member Achievement Pins

As a district we ask all 4-H members to fill out the generic project record above and a permanent record. Record books are required to receive your ribbon check from the fair.  If youth qualify through county judging to take their record book to area contest we will work together to convert it to a KAP