4Teen 4-H Club – a club for teens focused on community service and leadership development. Members serve as 4-H County Council.
Ages 13-18 only.
Club Leader: Julie Pigott Dillard email@example.com
Baking Buddies 4-H Club - Learn baking & cooking techniques to create homemade tasty treats.
Club Leader: Melissa Brock firstname.lastname@example.org
Blazing Hooves 4-H Club – anything & everything to do with horses!
Must be 8 years old as of Sep 1.
Dues: $8 dues + $20 FL4-H Membership Fee
Club Leaders: Jessica Wells email@example.com & Nina Davis firstname.lastname@example.org
LEGO & Create 4-H Club – for youth interested in creating, exploring &building with LEGO. Max enrollment= 20
Ages 5-10 only.
Dues: $5 dues + $20 FL 4-H Membership Fee
Club Leader: Renae Rountree email@example.com
Fire Ants 4-H Club – A group for home-school students in Washington County &surrounding area.
Dues: $8 dues + $20 FL 4-H Membership Fee
Club Leader: Lori Brooks firstname.lastname@example.org
Plant Investigators 4-H Club – we’re going native with native edibles and plants. Join us learn more about Florida plants and landscaping.
Dues: $5 dues + $20 FL 4-H Membership Fee
Club Leader: Matt Orwat email@example.com
Livestock 4-H Club – for youth interested in raising livestock projects: beef, swine, rabbit & poultry.
Large animal projects – must be 8 years old by Sep. 1.
Small Animal Projects – must be 5 years old by Sep 1.
Dues: $10 dues + $20 FL 4-H Membership Fee
Club Leaders: Diane Webb & Lorie Serpas firstname.lastname@example.org
Sure Shots 4-H Club – Skeet and Trap – learn the sport and skill of skeet and trap shooting. Max enrollment = 24: 12 Senior and 12 Intermediate youth.
Must be 11 years old as of Sep. 1.
Dues: $100 dues + $20 FL 4-H Membership Fee
Club Leader: Nick Dillard email@example.com
Top Nocks 4-H Club – Archery – learn the sport & skill of archery. Max enrollment = 20.
Must be 8 years old as of Sep. 1.
Dues: $60 dues + $20 FL 4-H Membership Fee
Club Leader: Olen Pettis firstname.lastname@example.org
*4-H membership fee - if you are a member of more than one club, you only pay the 4-H membership fee once per year.
*Club dues - are due to each club in that you are a member
4-H Project Record Books – Each year, 4-H members keep track of their activities in their 4-H project. Project Record Books are turned in for judging and awards and are due May 31st each 4-H year. If you don’t have a specific project book listed below, use the correct book for your age group.
- Cloverbud Project Summary
- Junior Project Report
- Intermediate Project Report
- Senior Project Report
- Horse Record Book
- Archery Project Book
- Shotgun Project Report
- Beef, Poultry, Rabbit & Swine
4-H Age Divisions determined on September 1st of the current 4-H year
Cloverbud – 5-7 years old
Junior – 8-10 years old
Intermediate – 11-13 years old
Senior – 14-18 years old
The UF/IFAS Extension 4-H Youth Development Program uses a learn-by-doing approach to help youth gain the knowledge and skills they need to be responsible, productive citizens.
Washington County 4-H Membership Policy:
Washington County 4-H membership is open to all youth, ages 5-18 years old as of September 1 of the current 4-H year, who reside in Washington County, Florida.
- Youth residing in the counties adjacent to Washington County (Bay, Holmes &Jackson counties) may join Washington County 4-H if, and only if, they meet the following exception:
- Youth resides in Bay, Holmes or Jackson County but is enrolled as a Washington County School District student, attends a private school in Washington County, or is home-schooled.
- Out-of-county youth will be considered for membership on a case by case basis.
- It is not a given that out-of-county youth will be accepted for membership.
- For 4-H Clubs with a maximum enrollment, preference will be given to youth residing in Washington County. If space allows, out-of-county youth will be considered for membership.
- Dual-county participation is not allowed in Washington County 4-H.
- Dual-state participation is not allowed in Florida 4-H.
- Youth who are members of more than one club pay the state membership fee once and club dues for each club they are in.
If a club is listed as full, don’t worry…another club can be started.
Contact email@example.com to learn how you can volunteer in a big way or a small way!