Join a Club
Different clubs 4-H has:
4-H Clubs consist of 5 or more members from 3 or more families, youth in leadership roles, and meets at least 6 times a year.
Community Clubs offer a wide variety of hands-on learning projects. Community Clubs are led by adult volunteer "leaders" who organize club activities. Youth develop their leadership skills through the 4-H Clubs, becoming club officers, learning to lead meetings, and taking advantage of leadership opportunities.
Youth Leadership Clubs consist of youth, grades 6-12. Youth run these clubs in appointed and elected leadership positions, planning club meetings, special events, and trips.
After-School Clubs are held in a local school during after school hours. These students are 4-H members and participate in 4-H curriculum, leadership roles, and service projects.
Military Club Operation Military Kids
Independent Study programs have one leader with one youth for one-on-one teaching.
For more information on starting or joining a club, contact Meggan Schulze at 385-486-4830 or firstname.lastname@example.org.