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Henderson County 4-H Upcoming Events


It’s time to start working on a 4-H project record for 2021!

Project records are due January 4, 2021 to the N.C. Cooperative
Extension, Henderson County Center. Contact Denise_Sherrill@ncsu.edu
if you have any questions.
Here is the link for project record forms for
Cloverbuds, ages 5–7 as of January 1: cloverbud project record age 5-7

Make sure your enrollment in 4-H Online is Active for 2020!

  • 4-H Ambassador Portfolios due to Denise May 1
  • Henderson County 4-H Activity Day, Grace Lutheran Church, Sat., May 16
  • NC 4-H Citizenship Focus (for teens):  Mon. – Wed., June 15-17
  • West District 4-H Activity Day, Saturday June 27th, Mitchell County
  • NC 4-H Presentation Competition at NC State July 18
    NC 4-H Congress July 18-21

Book Collection

The Dana Wildcats 4-H Club is collecting gently used children’s books for the Little Free Library that they will place at the Dana Community Park. The purpose of the library is “take a book, leave a book,”  but the 4-H club plans to have extra books to keep the library stocked. They will also label the books and make bookmarks. Please deliver books to Dana Elementary School, 690 Ridge Rd, Hendersonville, NC, and note that they are for the Dana Wildcats 4-H Club.


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Do you have gently used books, CDs, and  DVDs that you no longer want? Bring them to the Cooperative Extension office. “Books for Good” will sell your books. The profit will go to the 4-H club that you specify, or to Henderson County 4-H. Please bring the books in a cardboard milk carton. Books for Good is also a great place to shop! Read more about Books for Good


Sewing Mentors Needed!

Do you sew or quilt? 4-H needs individual Sewing Mentors for kids in classes that will happen 1:00 – 3:00 or 3:30 – 5:30 September and November. For more information, call 697-4891 or email hlworel@ncsu.edu.


Recycle Christmas LightsChristmas Lights

LIT 4-H Club is recycling Christmas lights. Drop them by the Extension office from  8:30 – 5:00 Mon. – Fri.


Do you love fabric?

Occasionally we get donations of fabric and craft materials. Contact hlworrel@ncsu.edu or
call 697-4891to be added to the “Fabric Alert” list.


Did you know? Henderson County 4-H is dependent on donations and fundraisers for awards and programs for youth. Learn how to support 4-H