Honor Club Information
- Every 4-H Club has the opportunity to join the ranks of becoming a Ross County 4-H Honor Club! This prestigious award is given to each Club that accumulates a minimum of 228 points
- Points are available for a variety of activities such as membership, quality of project work, 4-H camp attendance, participation in club and county events, and more.
- An award for each member and advisor of an Honor Club will be included in the year-end Achievement Packets
- For consideration, each club must submit an 2021 Honor Club Score Sheet
2020 HONOR CLUBS:
Elite Eagles, The Spirit Gang
100% COMPLETION CLUBS
100% Completion Club Information
- Every 4-H Club should set a goal of becoming a 100% Completion Club!
- To achieve this goal, all members in your club must complete the year by fulfilling the minimum requirements set by the county. That’s all there is to it!
- (Advisors – if you have a member who did not complete their 4-H project or a child who dropped out of the club, simply call the Extension office and let us know.)
- An award for each member and advisor of a 100% Club will be included in the year-end Achievement Packets.
2020 100% COMPLETION CLUBS
- Creative Helping Hands
- Liberty Gang
- Farmtastic 4H'rs
- Ross County Round-Up
- Lucky Lopers
- Clover Bees
- Hare & Livestock Raisers
- All American Achievers
- Granny's Bunch
- Super Kids
- The Spirit Gang
- Barnyard Buddies
- Country Freebirds
- Jr. Livestock Growers
- Hallsville Friendly Neighbors