4-H Clubs – Henderson County
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Being a 4-H Club member provides the most well rounded 4-H experience for youth ages 5-18! As a club member youth develop leadership skills, public speaking skills, and social skills as they “learn by doing” by participating in monthly club meetings, community service projects, citizenship activities, club outings and fun activities!
4-H Clubs are organized in communities throughout Henderson County and are led by parent/community volunteers who have been screened and trained by Extension personnel. Since 4-H is a family program, parents and guardians are encouraged to be actively involved.
Joining a 4-H Club is easy and free!
Look at the list of local clubs and see which one fits your schedule, age, and interests. Email Hannah_Worrell@ncsu.edu or call the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Henderson County office at (828) 697-4891, Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m. –5 p.m. for more information and details about the 4-H Programs and Clubs.
When you decide upon the club you would like to join, you will complete an 4-H Online profile, and that’s all there is to it – you’re a 4-H member now! Parents or guardians, be sure to attend a New Member Orientation to learn about all that 4-H offers.
Henderson County 4-H Clubs
Barnyard Bandits 4-H Club The Club’s focus is on raising, showing, and care for farm animals, as well as other 4-H topics. Please contact 4-H agent for information on new member meeting times. 4-H volunteer leaders: Beverly Hargus, Kathy Capps, and Rob Queen
Dana Wildcats and Cloverbud 4-H Clubs are for students at Dana Elementary School. Their Club’s focus is public speaking, project records, and community service. 4-H Volunteer Leaders: Donna Dixon, Diane Plott, Carrie Hughey and Lynn Royal
Henderson County Leaders in Training 4-H Club (LIT) Focuses on community service projects, citizenship, public speaking and fun educational topics such as baking, cooking, hiking, field trips and more! 4-H Volunteer leader(s): Leah Willis
Hoofbeats 4-H Club (Must be between ages 8-18) Club focus is learning all about horses and public speaking! 4-H Volunteer Leader(s): Wendy Cantrell
*The club listed below meets during the school day.
! These clubs are full at this time.
(If the club you want to join is at capacity, the leader will put your name on a waiting list and notify you when the club can accept new members.)
Young Naturalists 4-H Club*! Focuses on wildlife, environmental studies, shooting sports, as well as other 4-H topics! 4-H volunteer leaders: Ranae Worrell and Amy Wilkie
Lab Rats 4-H Club*! Club focuses on science and technology projects, community service, public speaking, citizenship and other fun projects! 4-H volunteer leaders: Emily Lyda and Amanda Mohammed
How to get involved if current 4-H Club(s) are not the perfect fit or full?
Start a new 4-H Club! We welcome the opportunity for additional clubs within Henderson County! All you need are at least 5 youth from 3 different families and a caring adult volunteer. 4-H Clubs can cover a wide range of topics such as science, livestock, horses, service projects, robotics, art, etc. or all of the above! Learn more about Volunteering with 4-H and/or Starting a 4-H Club.
We will provide training and mentors. Contact Hannah_Worrell@ncsu.edu or call (828) 697-4891 to see about the possibility of organizing a club in your community.
4-H is the youth development program of the Cooperative Extension Service.