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North Simcoe 4-H Info

Welcome to the North Simcoe 4-H website!

Welcome to learning, fun, friends, challenges, excitement, achievement and so much more.

Use your Head, Heart, Hands and Health as you "Learn to do by Doing" in our many exciting clubs. See a full list of clubs under the "CLUBS" tab.

Come and join in the fun and become part of a wonderful youth organization!


North Simcoe 4-H is run by a dedicated group of Volunteers for youth ages 9-21 (6-8 for Cloverbuds).  With projects encompassing agriculture, food, health and the environment, 4-H Ontario's "Learn to do by Doing" clubs have a long history in our association.  We deliver quality, innovative and sustainable leadership and life skills programs for youth and volunteeers, which will benefit the citizens and communities in which they live. 


Secretary-Treasurer - Donna Van Der Heyden - donnavander.heyden@sympatico.ca


Fees for 2020 are $95.  Some clubs may have additional costs.  There are numerous out of County opportunities as outlined in the Resource Guide and on the 4-H Ontario website.  We encourage members to check them out!


Completing a 4-H Club….What does it take?

In order for 4-H Members to complete their club satisfactorily, they must:

  • Complete and submit an electronic Project Animal Identification Form using Assist Expo.
  • Sign a 4-H Ontario Participation Agreement (parent must sign as well);
  • Be a member in good standing (i.e. fully paid his/her membership fee and abide by the 4-H Member Code of Conduct);
  • Participate in at least 2/3 of his/her own meeting time (total minimum meeting time for a club is 12 hours) Must attend the judging competition or make arrangements to attend in another county.
  • Complete the project requirements to the satisfaction of the club leader(s);
  • Take part in an Achievement Program (Orillia, Oro or Elmvale Fair unless otherwise stated by your leader). A member is allowed to participate in an Achievement Program only if he/she has participated in at least 2/3 of the meeting time of his/her own club prior to the Achievement Program;
  • Be between the ages of 9 – 21 (as of January 1st of current year).  Cloverbuds must be 6-8 as of January 1st.