4-H clubs have five or more youth who are supported by 4-H leaders. 4-H members, elected by their peers to officer roles, conduct club meetings.
4-H club meetings include: getting to know other members, youth making decisions about activities, planning and doing community service projects, sharing ideas, recreation and having fun.
4-H is for the whole family where youth and adults come together to learn new things, meet new friends and have fun. Parents/guardians are encouraged to participate and attend meetings with their children. Adults help by volunteering time and sharing talents. For example: driving members to activities, supporting project learning, chaperoning and being a positive role model.
Feel free to contact any club or the Extension office to find out more!
To register online and become a 4-H Member, visit 4HOnline
Please check with the contact person before attending a meeting to confirm dates, time, and location of meetings.
Want to see a snapshot of each club and get in touch with the leaders? Click the Club List Graph image below to make larger, or open the 4-H Club Chart PDF! (Updated 11/2015)