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Enrollment has begun for the Frio County 4-H program.
Enrollment in the program is open to any student in the third through 12th grades or those ages 8 to 18 years. There is a $25 enrollment fee, per child if enrolled by October 31. The enrollment fee will increase to $30 after the deadline.
4-H Clover Kids is available for youth in grades Kindergarten through second. This age category is any youth who is eligible to enroll in Kindergarten on September 1 of the current year and have not started classes or entered the third grade on September 1. Clover kids are not eligible to serve as club officers, nor are they eligible to participate in activities, recognition programs, or competitive events reserved for older youth.
The 4-H enrollment deadline for participation in the 2024 Frio County Junior Livestock Show is November 1.
A youth who is eight years old and going to be in the third grade must wait until September 1 to enroll for proper fees to be accessed. The Texas 4-H year officially starts September 1.
Anyone needing assistance with registration can contact the Frio County AgriLife Extension Office at (830) 505-7474.
Volunteers for the new year are also needed for the organization.
Organizers say that there are several project areas here in Frio County that do not have a project leader and they are looking for volunteers to fill those roles. Some of the projects such as the shooting sports project require a volunteer to be certified. Volunteer project leaders are needed for Foods & Nutrition, Clothing & Textiles, Archery, Plant ID, Horse, Photography and Pistol.
Anyone looking to become a volunteer project leader can contact the Extension Office at (830) 505-7474. The organization is looking to have leaders in place by September 1.