Monongalia County 4-H Newsletter

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4-H Today May-June 2017
4-H Today Mar-Apr 2017
4-H Today Jan-Feb 2017
4-H Today Nov-Dec 2016
4-H Today Sept-Oct 2016
4-H Today July-August 2016
4-H Today May-June 2016
4-H Today Mar-Apr 2016
4-H Today Jan-Feb 2016

4-H Activity Record

Health Form


Related Links

WVU 4-H Youth Development
Voices and Echoes of WV 4-H blog
WVU Jackson’s Mill State 4-H Center
Family Nutrition Program for Youth
Energy Express in Monongalia County


Head, Heart, Hands and Health

I pledge my head to clear thinking, my heart to greater loyalty, my hands to larger service and my health to better living for my club, my community, my country and my world.

Office Information

WVU Extension Service
Monongalia County Office
34 Commerce Drive Suite 106
Morgantown, WV 26501

Phone: 304-291-7201
Fax: 304-291-7202
Hours 8:30-4:30 Mon-Fri
Driving Directions

Monongalia County 4-H Youth Development



Becca Fint-Clark – Extension Agent, 4-H Youth Development

Are you new to 4-H? Are you confused by all the terms and activities? A group of 4-H agents from around the state have been working developing a 4-H Welcome Packet. This is a new document that has lots of information that can help new members and families. There is a link to download the packet on the following page: http://4-hyd.ext.wvu.edu/join or you can contact the Extension Office and we will mail you a copy.



Monongalia County has numerous 4-H clubs and a beautiful 4-H Camp, and youth development is open to all—from youngsters to young adults.

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In addition, 4-H members, as well as all youth in Monongalia County are encouraged to take part in 4-H camp each summer. Camp is a great opportunity to meet new friends and take part in fun activities during the summer.

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If you would like more information on becoming involved in the 4-H program as a club member, camp participant, or volunteer, please feel free to contact the Monongalia County Extension Office at (304) 291-7201 or Email Becca Fint-Clark.


Children On Campus Training

As of December 2014, all 4-H volunteers who will be serving as a volunteer during a 4-H overnight event are being asked to complete the “Children on Campus” training (policy stated by State 4-H Program). The Monongalia County 4-H Program is requesting that ALL volunteers within the 4-H program complete this training, as soon as possible. Please use the following policy manual to complete the quiz and send the certificate of completion to Becca at Becca.Fint-Clark@mail.wvu.edu or Mary at Mary.Kerns@mail.wvu.edu. It can also be mailed to the Extension Office.

Policy Manual

Online Quiz