4-H Ontario

Support

Carleton 4-H Assoc. Awards and Application Form 


 Applications for the Carleton 4-H Association Awards


Responsibilities of a Club Member

As specified in the Ontario 4-H policies, a member must participate in at least 2/3 of their own club meeting time*.
*Clubs must have a minimum of 4 meetings and 12 hours of instructional time.

*A 4-H member is allowed to make up one meeting.  Exceptions will be discussed with the local association and club leaders.  The following events are considered acceptable as makeup meetings.

  • Special meeting set at the discretion of the club leaders
  • Neighboring club of the same commodity or project
  • County judging night

Member Responsibilities also include the following:

  • Complete the project requirement to the satisfaction of the club leaders.
  • Take part in the project Achievement program
  • Complete a Participant Agreement form
  • 4-H projects must be cared for by the 4-H member
  • An annual membership fee must be paid before receiving recognition of project completion.
  • Possession and/or use of alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs or inhalants and latex materials by a 4-H member at any 4-H activity/event is forbidden and will result in disciplinary action and possible suspension from the 4-H program.

Policies for Ottawa Carleton 4-H

Carleton 4-H Horse Policy 2014

Carleton 4-H Lamb Policy

Carleton Beef Policy 2014

Carleton 4-H Animal Health and Safety Policy

Carleton 4-H Dairy Policy 2014

Carleton_County_4-H_Association_Constitution_-Feb. 2014

Go For The Gold

The Go For The Gold (GFTG) competition is a great experience for 4-H members to increase their knowledge of 4-H project materials, agriculture, food, community events and much more, all while doing so in a team atmosphere! There are 4-H Association level and 4-H Regional level competitions hosted by local 4-H volunteers.

The 2018 handbook is provided here to help prepare for a GFTG competition.

Go For the Gold 2018 Handbook