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Cherokee County


The Citizenship project is designed to help members find out more about themselves, family, friends, community and world. The project will lead to opportunities for meeting people and working with groups. Learn about other countries and cultures.

Project Leader

Katrina Elliott CEA 4-H
(620) 429-3849

Things to Learn/Do in the Project

Ages 7-10

  • Learn about self, family and friends
  • Find out what good citizenship is

Ages 11-13

  • Learn how to be a good neighbor
  • Find out how groups and clubs work
  • Study other cultures through exchanges

Ages 14 and Older

  • Learn about township, city and county government
  • Explore careers in police and fire protection, health and sanitation and tourism
  • Attend Citizenship Washington Focus
  • Consider going on an exchange program abroad or hosting from another country

Project Materials

Reasonably priced materials are available for every project in Kansas 4-H. You can order the materials for your project online or contact your local Extension Office.

Citizenship (CS100)

General Citizenship Resources

Project Leader Resources

Awards and Recognition

County Level
Award: Medal presented at your 4-H Achievement Banquet
Donor: Kansas 4-H Foundation Patron Sponsor Fund

State Level
Award: Medallion
Donor: Kansas 4-H Foundation Patron Sponsor Fund

National Level
Award: $400 National 4-H Congress Scholarship
Donor: Kansas 4-H Foundation Patron Sponsor Fund

Career Connections