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For a list for all county and district wide events click HERE


48 Hours of 4-H, community service project 
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Tractor Safety - Online Training 

Registration is now open for the 2020 Youth Tractor Safety (HOSTA) Training. This year the training will be held online, due to KSRE social distancing guidelines. Completion of this training allows 14-15 years old to legally operate farm equipment for employers. Register

2020 Tractor Safety Modules and Videos


Boredom Busters

Boredom Busters are free, fun, educational activities to keep youth engaged and learning.  Enclosed in each Boredom Buster Box, you will find a variety of activities and supplies that can be conducted by any 4-H aged youth.  (Some of our younger members may need some assistance with a few of the projects.)  

Lunar Landers

Edible Dirt Dessert

Pom Pom Poppers


Project Papers

Soil Word Scramble

Soil Layers

Soil Forms


Horse Id Papers (printable)

Horse Id Papers  (form fillable)


2019-2020 Enrollment starts October 1st

Enrollment Guide for New Families

Re-enrollment Guide for Returning Families



New 4-H Fees

Investing in 4-H Program Fee Guide


What is 4-H?

  • 4-H is one of the world's largest youth organizations.
  • 4-H is an out-of-school, volunteer led, educational program.
  • 4-H is an informal educational program for all boys and girls 7 to 18 years of age.
  • 4-H is learning by doing.
  • 4-H is kids having fun and learning with their friends.

Wilson County 4-H Facts

There are currently 4 Active 4-H Community Clubs

  • Busy Beavers 4-H Club
  • High Prairie Pioneers 4-H Club
  • Homebuilders 4-H Club
  • Lucky Horseshoe 4-H Club

A typical Wilson County 4-H year consists of: Officer's Training, County Club Day, Judging Contests, County Camp, Favorite Food Show, Clothing Judging/Style Revue, County Fair and the Achievement Banquet. Many other activities are available at the area, state and national levels during the year as well.

 Cheri Nelson

Cheri Nelsen

4-H Youth Development Agent

Enroll in 4-H



Family Enrollment Guide

New Adult Volunteer Enrollment Guide


Important Links

Volunteer Training

Record Book Pages

KAP Link

Shooting Sports Plan and Record Sheet

Membership pins

State 4-H Tip Sheet

Horse ID Papers (Printable)

Horse ID Papers ( Form Fillable)


4-H Newsletters

November/December 2020 Newsletter

October 2020 District Newsletter


 Find us on Facebook- Wildcat District 4-H

Please join one of our club meetings listed below or call our office for more information about 4-H!

Busy Beavers meetings: Every 2nd Sunday 3:00pm @ Church of Christ in Fredonia

Homebuilders meetings: Every 2nd Sunday 1:00pm (call for location, may vary)

High Prairie Pioneers meetings: Every 3rd Sunday 3:00pm @ High Prairie Church in Altoona

Lucky Horseshoe meetings: Every 3rd Sunday 3:00pm Catholic Hall in Neodesha



Dog Show Information

Click HERE and HERE.

Horse Show

2019 Southeast Area District Horse Show, Entry FormRules 

YQCA Training

Click HERE to sign up for the training. 


Greenbush Camp

Greenbush Camper Packet  

Greenbush Medication Form



State 4-H Scholarship Application

Wordmarks for publications/flyers

KSRE/4-H Grows Here

Shooting Sports


How to Join 4-H

When youth reach their seventh birthday by January 1st of the current 4-H year they may join 4-H.

Contact us we will give you information on how to get in touch with  the clubs in our county. You can then attend a meeting and fill out an enrollment card.

There are many projects you can enroll in, there is something for everyone!