Members will be offered project interests in poultry, dairy goats, photography, horticulture, entomology, arts & crafts and more.
Our club will also be community service oriented. The goal is to guide 4-H members into realizing the importance of serving others.
Activities include parts identification, species and breeds, selection, exploring an egg, feather features, cooking eggs, feeding, handling, washing and showing.
Youth explore how to keep their goats healthy, feed them for maximum production, prepare for kidding, develop judging skills, milk a goat properly, and much more.
Introduces the world of insects. Activities focus on how they look and move and provide some background for studying important topics.
Youth learn the building blocks of food science using chemistry, biology, and physics in a “kitchen laboratory” setting.
Youth learn how to plan an in-ground or container garden; how to prepare the soil; and when, where, and what to plant.
Youth become "Special OPPortunities Agents," as they follow a series of exciting activities that engage them in their community.
Activities include pet selection, body part identification, pet art, handling, communications, housing and daily needs.
Youth will learn the basics of great photography. Activities cover the basics of composition and lighting. DSLR welcome but not necessary, cell phone cameras can catch great photos as well.
Youth will develop artistic skills and talents for a lifetime of use. Focused heavily on the principle of experiential learning,youth will be guided through art activities.
In 4‑H, kids complete hands-on projects in areas like health, science, agriculture and civic engagement in a positive environment where they receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles. Kids experience 4‑H in every county and parish in the country through in-school and after-school programs, school and community clubs and 4‑H camps.