What Can I Do in 4-H?

In 4-H, there is a project for each persons' interest. The subjects range from livestock animals, rocketry, outdoors, woodworking, visual art, performance art, citizenship, and more! For a comprehensive list of projects available for youth, visit the 4-H Mall

Our current clubs are: 

All County– Leader: Sarah Rungruang. This club is a Special interest (SPIN) club, it focuses on different subjects every 6–8 weeks (dogs, gardening, archery, fitness, etc.). Please contact the office for the latest on All County!

Cloverleaf Cloggers- Leaders: Madeline Carroll and Janet Lawson. This club focuses on clog dancing. They meet Mondays at 7pm in the Ag Center  Auditorium.

County Council- Leader: Shaina Spann. This club’s focus is leadership development. They meet the first Monday of the month at 6pm in the 4-H Classroom.

Livestock Club- This club focuses on livestock  animals. They meet the fourth Tuesday of the month at 6pm in the Ag  Center Auditorium.

Outdoors Club- Leaders: Sarah Rungruang. This club focuses on shooting sports, fishing, and the outdoors. Please contact the office for meeting details on Outdoors Club!

Horse Club– Leaders: Jolene Zody and Lydia Pons. Come learn all about horses! They meet on the third Thursday of the month at 6:30pm in the 4-H classroom. 

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Contact 4-H!
Shaina Spann, 4-H Youth Development Agent
phone: 904-259-3520