4-H Club at NC Mountain State Fair!

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The NC Mountain State Fair is an opportunity for youth to showcase their hard work with the West side of the State. The Barnyard Bandits 4-H Club was no exception with Club members showcasing their best! Some walked away from the Mountain State Fair with ribbons and prizes, but all should have walked away with a great sense of accomplishment in their work. 

Llama Group

Henderson County 4-H is so thankful for the volunteer 4-H Club leaders and group leaders (Dr. Beverly Hargus, Kathy Capps, Deanna Baldwin, Brandon Perry, Bri Grover, Allie Justice, Lindsay Pressley) and parents who work tirelessly to make the 4-H Club and shows the best they can be!

Sheep GroupThe Barnyard Bandits 4-H Club meets year-round for Club meetings, community service projects, fundraisers, and citizenship projects While the 4-H Club’s educational focus is on animals (pigs, goats, horse, llama, rabbit, poultry, cows) the life skills learned builds character in youth that will last a lifetime.

Chicken Group

Be on the lookout! A full announcement of Barnyard Bandits 4-H Club winners will be coming soon!