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What is the Duval County 4-H Foundation


Congratulations to the 2022 Duval County 4-H Foundation Hall of Fame Inductees! The Hall of Fame was established to recognize and celebrate 4-H volunteers, extension professionals, staff / employees, donors and others who made a significant impact on 4-H at the local, state or national level. 

2022 Hall of Fame Inductees Video and Hall of Fame 2022 Program


Dennis Jammes

Gary Roegner

Gary Weaver

Harold Jones

Michele Greene

Mike Sweat

Warren Alvarez

Past Hall of Fame Celebrations: 

Watch the 2021 Inductees Presentation here

Watch a recording of the 2021 Hall of Fame Celebration here 


The Duval County 4-H Foundation, established in 1973, was created to enhance existing 4-H programs and to initiate new and innovative programs in youth development.

Each year Duval County 4-H serves approximately 9,000 local youth through school enrichment, traditional clubs, and summer camp programs. Students, clubs, leaders and volunteers utilize 4-H academic study materials and complete hands-on projects in subjects such as: horticulture, animal sciences, technology, public speaking & leadership, citizenship & volunteering, health, nutrition and home economics.

Duval County 4-H Foundation raises funds to support these programs through individual and local business contributions, fund-raisers and grants. The foundation membership generosity is what makes 4-H programs successful. 

Support Duval County 4-H!


The Mission of the Duval County 4-H Foundation is to enlist the contributions of individuals and business to support the educational goals of the local 4-H program to help youth:

  • Develop personal decision-making, communication and leadership skills.
  • Learn and apply principles of science & technology.
  • Understand the importance of food and fiber and the relationship to the world markets.
  • Learn about issues affecting families and communities and become part of the solution. 
  • Forge partnerships between families, schools and businesses to create a network of caring adults to better serve the needs of rural and urban youth.

For more information about Duval County 4-H Foundation,  call: (904) 255-7450 or email Foundation Manager,

Terri Weaver,