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4-H Clubs

4-H Clubs and Groups

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 the 2nd Thursday’s of each month from 6:00-7:30 p.m. Est. 2011

Advisors: J. Scott Enroughty, 4-H Agent and Tina Sharpe, 4-H volunteer. For forms or more information, see the 4-H Teen Leader Application or contact scott_enroughty@ncsu.edu  or tinasharpe.me.com

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: Jill Wilson, 4-H club leader. For more information contact jillpillnc67@gmail.com

Hillcrest EYFP 4-H ClubThis club provides youth the opportunity to develop citizenship, leadership, responsibility and life skills of youth through experiential learning programs and a positive youth development approach. Enhances youth and parents the opportunity to communicate and enhance their family dynamics through various hands-on educational recreational programs/activities. Open to youth ages 5- 18. – Est. 2019

Advisor(s): Haylee Allen, Hattie McIver

Houston Moore EYFP 4-H ClubThis club provides youth the opportunity to develop citizenship, leadership, responsibility and life skills of youth through experiential learning programs and a positive youth development approach. Enhances youth and parents the opportunity to communicate and enhance their family dynamics through various hands-on educational recreational programs/activities. Open to youth ages 5- 18. – Est. 2020

Advisor(s): Haylee Allen, Hattie McIver

Focus Archery 4-H Club – Designed to engage youth to reach their fullest potential while advancing the field of shooting sports.Youth learn marksmanship, the principles, safety, and responsibility of the discipline. Provide young people with opportunities to develop life skills, self-worth, and conservation ethics. Est. 2015

Advisor: Sheuna Battle, 4-H club leader. For more information battlearcheryinstruction@gmail.com 

4-H Trackers ClubThis 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 elizabeth.rappold@nhcs.net  or elizabeth.scharf@nhcs.net     or jennifer.tiso@nhcs.net   

4-H Bio & Environmental Science Club – Have you ever wondered if a tomato is a vegetable or a fruit? Or what kinds of bacteria live on the surface of your cell phone? The 4-H Biology & EVS club is designed to engage students (ages 10 to 15 years old) in activities using scientific techniques. Students will be provided exciting opportunities to learn more about the world around them.

Advisors: Gabriella de Souza, 4-H club leader. For more information, email Gad7959@gmail.com   Est. 2020

 

Berry Good Riders 4-H Club – Est. 2020

Advisors: Samantha Englestad and Cackie Stephenson

4-H Club LEADERS NEEDED


Home-school 4-H Club
This home-school club has much fun as it does variety in topics! (ex. sewing, civics, science, pottery, raptors, fishing, gardening, woodworking, creative writing, etc.) Meetings can be as often as you would like.

Advisor(s): 4-H CLUB LEADER(S) NEEDED

Cape Fear Area 4-H Rabbit ClubThis club learns how to care for rabbits, and other small pets. You do not have to own a rabbit to join. This club is open to youth ages 5-18. Meetings can be held in various locations. Est. 2002

Advisor(s): 4-H CLUB LEADER(S) NEEDED

4-H Dog Club – The 4-H Dog Club is about all things dogs including the members’ own family dogs as part of our club. Members learn dog training skills, community engagement projects, field trips, and hosts a dog show to showcase their new skills once a year. Meetings can be held as frequent as members would like.

Advisor(s): 4-H CLUB LEADER(S) NEEDED