What is 4-H?
A group of at least 5 youth who meet regularly to:
- Work on projects
- Perform community services
- Participate in business meetings
- Have fun with members in other 4-H clubs
How old do you have to be to join a 4-H club in Lewis County?
4-H in Lewis County is for youth between the ages of 5 and 19. Youth must have entered kindergarten. Kindergarten through 2nd grade are Cloverbuds.
Who Provides the Leadership for a 4-H club?
It is shared among members parents. Each club has an organizational leader. Other parents are asked to contribute to:
- Teach a project or help with an activity
- Help with transportation/ refreshments
- Help with fund raising
How do 4-H leaders know what to do?
The County 4-H staff provides guidance and resources.
How much does it cost to join 4-H?
All members are encouraged to particiapte in the annual countywide fund raiser/cookie sale. If they elect not to participate in the Fund Raiser, a yearly fee will be assessed as follows: $25.00 per club and $5.00 per independent member.
When and where do 4-H clubs meet.
Each club sets its own meeting time and place.
What is a 4-H project?
A project is a series of learning experiences through which members learn information, develop skills and, often make something.
What are some examples of beginning 4-H projects?
Clothing and Textiles
Food and Nutrition
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