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Frequently Asked Questions: 4-H General

Please contact MSU Extension-Oakland to answer any of your questions or call 248-858-0889.
 
 

What is 4-H?

4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills.
 

What are the 4-H's? 

Head, Heart, Hands and Health
 
Head - 4-H lets kids take the lead -- with the help of adult partners -- in thinking, learning and problem-solving.
 
Heart - 4-H helps kids build strong relationships with peers and adults based on caring and respect.
 
Hands - 4-H lets kids learn by doing and then use their talents and skills to make their communities better places in which to live and grow.
 
Health - 4-H helps kids make healthy choices to keep them physically and mentally able to do what they need to at school, at home and in their communities.
 

I have an animal that I want to donate to a club. Who should I contact?

Please contact the 4-H office at 248-858-0889.
 

I am looking to obtain an animal. Who should I contact?

Please contact the 4-H office at 248-858-0889.
 

Can I get a list of clubs available in my area?

Yes, please contact the 4-H office at 248-858-0889.
 

How can I get my child involved in 4-H?

Visit this web site then call the 4-H office at 248-858-0889.
 

Can you send me more information about 4-H?

Yes, please e-mail us at the 4-H office.
 

Where do I get forms? (IE: registration, fundraiser)

You may visit our member's resources/forms page.  If you need additional information please call the 4-H office at 248-858-0889.
 

Where can I find registration forms for Kettunen Center?

You may find these forms at our Classes & Activities page.
 

Where can I obtain 4-H patches and pins?

You may visit the 4-H Mall, or visit the Oakland County 4-H Office.
 

Where can I obtain information on Horses, Citizenship, etc.?

This information can be found at the Michigan 4-H website or for more information in Oakland County, contact our 4-H office at 248-858-0889.