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4-H Honor Club Conference 2023

Event Dates: June 2-4, 2023 at Millstone 4-H Camp

Looking for a chance to reconnect with Honor Club Members? Join us for the 2023 Honor Club Conference! Honor Club Conference will be at Millstone 4-H Camp June 2nd-4th 2023. It is an exciting time to be able to reconnect with honor club members from the mountains to the coast. Each year members will conduct the annual business session and complete the selection of new members. Members will also participate in a service project at Millstone 4-H camp, as well as have downtime to catch up with friends and enjoy the fun water recreational activities that Millstone has to offer. I hope YOU can join us at Millstone 4-H Camp on the first weekend in June. If you have any questions you can send an email to NC 4-H Honor Club President-Elect Cecilia Tadt at Register today! On Friday, members can check-in and enjoy an ice cream social to reconnect with members. On Saturday morning, members will attend the business meeting. For lunch, we will have Jersey’s Mikes. When registering for the event, include the type of sub you want as it will be made just for you. We will select new honor club members that will be tapped in at the NC 4-H Congress in July. Members will then have the opportunity for SERVICE on events committees. After the business sessions, members can enjoy the evening by participating in water activities at Milestone 4-H Camp. This year we will be bringing back the collaborative family picnic dinner on Saturday night. On Sunday, we will be putting our hands to larger SERVICE by participating in service projects. After the service projects we will round off the weekend by closing business meetings, and safe travels home!

Registration Information:

Cost: Full Package: Two nights lodging, four meals – $125/person

• Includes: Friday & Saturday night – Saturday breakfast, lunch, dinner, & Sunday breakfast Saturday Night: One night lodging, three meals – $115/person

• Saturday night lodging – Saturday lunch, Saturday dinner, & Sunday breakfast Saturday & Sunday Day: no lodging, three meals – $80/person

• Includes all activities on Saturday and Sunday. Saturday breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Saturday Day: no lodging, one meal (lunch only) – $55/person

Honor Club Conference Registration

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What is the NC 4-H Honor Club?

The North Carolina 4-H Honor Club was organized in 1931 by Mr. L.R. Harrill as a way to develop a statewide 4-H service organization. Today, the NC 4-H Honor Club has almost 3000 members from across the state and nation.

Why be a part of Honor Club?

Being a North Carolina 4-H Honor Club member is more than just an honor. It is the chance to give back to the 4-H program a small part of the knowledge and skills that the 4-H program helped to develop. Honor Club is looking for members who want to have this chance to contribute to the club’s motto – Service.

NC 4-H Honor Club Constitution

What do I get for being a member of Honor Club?

Members who have paid their dues and are in good standing have to right to attend the NC 4-H Honor Club Annual Conference, and other meetings throughout the year. Members also receive a copy of Heartline, the Honor Club newsletter, twice a year. New inductees will receive a certificate and the right to wear Honor Club insginia such as nametags, ribbons, and pins.

How do I join the NC 4-H Honor Club?

Click here for NC 4-H Honor Club Application

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Membership in the North Carolina 4-H Honor Club is bestowed upon those 4-H’ers who have exhibited outstanding 4-H citizenship and leadership throughout their 4-H career. An Honor Club member continues to provide leadership and service to the total 4-H program throughout life.

  • You must have completed three or more years of 4-H club work and shall be at least 16 years of age and not more than 20 years of age on January 1 of the year of application.
  • The total number of applicants inducted into the NC 4-H Honor Club shall be limited to .5% of the current enrollment of North Carolina 4-H members.
  • New inductees will be expected to pay life-time dues the year that they are inducted. Some county 4-H programs pay their member’s dues.

What the NC 4-H Honor Club Sponsors

The NC 4-H Honor Club sponsors or coordinates several event / awards each year. Some of the projects that Honor Club helps to sponsor are:

  1. Partnering for the Future (Awards Program Support Project)
  2. State Volunteer Leader Hall of Achievement Recognition
  3. District Volunteer Leader Awards
  4. Local 4-H Club Community Service Awards
  5. State Officer Elections at NC 4-H Congress
  6. Candlelighting Ceremony at NC 4-H Congress