Winter Achievement

The St. Clair County 4-H Program along with the 4-H Council offer Winter Achievement as a way of showcasing 4-H members skills that they have learned. We encourage 4-H members to exhibit what they have learned at this special event. Take a look through the catalog to see what projects you can encourage your child to exhibit. Zoom interviews will be conducted then an awards presentation to follow.

If you would like more information about Winter Achievement, contact Lori Warchuck, 4-H Program Coordinator at 810.989.6935 or EMAIL

Winter Achievement Event Catalog 2022

There have been many concerns regarding 4-H Winter Achievement and COVID in our area. Taking these concerns into consideration the planning committee has decided to modify the Winter Achievement event.

Changes are as follows:

  • Registration closed Friday, January 14th at 4 pm
  • LOCATION CHANGED - MSU Extension Office in the Auditorium (200 Grand River Ave, Port Huron 48060)
  • JUDGING PROCESS - 4-H'ers participating will be required to pre-register. Individual judging times will be assigned to exhibitors. All 4-H’ers projects will be judge during their assigned time, approx. 15 min for each exhibitor interview.
  • Judges - 6 event judges (Judges will be 4-H Council members or 4-H Volunteers)
  • Exhibitor Judging Times - Times will be assigned starting at 9:30 (starting in registration order)
  • No concessions offered
  • Event Awards – Participants will receive $1 per project exhibited that are award a blue /A rating; Gold and Grand Champion awarded as warranted, WA Top Exhibitor of $100 awarded
  • 4-H County Medals - Applications are being reviewed with medals awarded virtually.
  • 4-H Ambassadors Applications - applicants and returning Ambassadors will be contacted with instructions. Any questions please contact Ashleigh Miller at .
  • Award Presentation – work in progress….something virtual to recognize participants.
Any questions regarding WA or changes please contact the MSU Extension office at: 810-989-6935

Your flexibility as we navigate these changes is appreciated.

How to Register:

  • You must be a current, registered 4-H member in a St. Clair County Club; you can check your registration at Note: 4-H enrollment is at no cost this program year.
  • Pick Department/Section/Class for each project in the catalog above.