4-H Clubs in New Hanover County
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4-H Clubs and Groups
To enroll in New Hanover County 4-H, simply click on 4HOnline 2.0. You will then set up your family profile. Once the family profile has been created, simply begin enrolling your child in 4-H.
4-H Teen Leaders Club – is designed to provide leadership, community engagement…service learning, and citizenship educational opportunities. Youth will engage in interactive, innovative, and fun field trips while they learn new skills. Meetings are held on the 1st Monday’s of each month from 6:00-7:30 p.m. Est. 2011
Advisors: J. Scott Enroughty, 4-H Agent, Angie Pearsall, Extension Program Assistant, & Elizabeth Stratton, 4-H Program Assistant. For forms or more information, see the 4-H Teen Leader Application or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
NHC 4-H Horse Club – This club encourages youth ages 9-18 to learn proper horse care, knowledge of horses and to become a better horseman. Riding lessons are not included. Owning a horse is not required. Meetings are held 1st Tuesday’s of each month. Est. 2019
Advisor: Emily Brazik, Beth Garrett, Mackenzie Ring & Kayla Coleman , 4-H club co-leaders. For more information contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
4-H Trackers Club – This in-school club for middle school students learn public speaking, team-building, community engagement, STEM, etc. Meetings are held during the school year September thru May. Est. 2011
Advisors: Liz Rappold, 4-H club co-leader; Elizabeth Mayott-Scharf, 4-H club co-leader; and Jennifer Tiso, 4-H club co-leader. For more information, contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
4-H Rabbit Club – This is a community 4-H club where members will learn how to care for rabbits, types of rabbits, anatomy, and most of all have fun. You do not have to own a rabbit to join. This club is open to youth ages 5-18. Meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at the NHC Extension & Arboretum. Est. 2022
Advisor: Mrs. Shannon Wright, 4-H club leader. Form more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
4-H Envirothon Club – Do you like science and the environment? Join the 4-H Envirothon Club! This club is for anyone who lives in New Hanover County and is in Grades 5-8. Each club meeting, members will learn more about a different environmental topic, such as…wildlife, forestry, aquatic ecology, soils, and current issues to name a few. Club meetings are every other Thursday from 6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. at the NHC Extension & Arboretum. Est. 2022
Advisor(s): Hannah Bell or Dietrich Blum, 4-H club co-leaders. For more information contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Coastal Clovers 4-H Club – This community 4-H club is designed for youth ages 5-7 (Cloverbuds). This club brings members, parents, and volunteers together to have fun and learn to work together in meetings, activities, and special events. Members are involved in noncompetitive group activities, in addition to their individual projects. In doing so, the club members learn life skills, which include getting along with others and feeling good about themselves. Club meetings are Thursdays from 3:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. (During the Summer) Location: contact 4-H Club Leader Est. 2022
Advisor: Leslie Dill, 4-H club leader. For more information contact leslie.4H@gmail.com
Start Your Own!
Don’t see a club you’re interested in… Start your own! All it takes is 5 youth (from 3 different families) between the ages of 5 and 18 and an adult volunteer leader. Create your own club name and do activities centered around group member interests. There is a variety of research-based 4-H curriculum to meet every child’s interest available free of charge from the 4-H office. See a list of the many types of 4-H Clubs below:
SPIN 4-H Clubs: Choose a specific topic and lead a club for 6 weeks instead of a full year! SPIN Clubs can focus on anything from gardening, soap making, cake decorating, rocket building, financial management, theater, mountain biking, showing rabbits, bread baking, canning, and so much more! We just need volunteers to lead them.
Traditional 4-H Community Club: These are year-round 4-H clubs. They are what you probably think of when “4-H Club” comes to mind. Traditional 4-H clubs have been around since the start of 4-H. They typically meet once a month and focus on community service, leadership, project work, and more!
School 4-H Clubs: Does your school have a designated club meeting time during the school day? If so, you can start a 4-H school club! School clubs do all of the same types of 4-H activities as our traditional clubs but in a school setting lead by a school teacher, support staff, or school volunteer. School club members that become official 4-H members are eligible to participate in an of the 4-H activities we offer through New Hanover County, North Carolina State… and even NATIONAL 4-H programs!!!
Learn more about 4-H clubs in NC here: https://nc4h.ces.ncsu.edu/4-h-professionals/delivery-systems/north-carolina-4-h-clubs/
To learn more about New Hanover County 4-H, contact New Hanover County 4-H Program Assistant at Elizabeth_stratton@ncsu.edu, (910) 798-7675, or visit our website at newhanover.ces.ncsu.edu and like us on Facebook at New Hanover County 4-H. You can also stop by to see us at 6206 Oleander Drive, Wilmington, NC.