When the school year begins, we get a flurry of calls asking about 4-H. While 4-H Open House is one of the quickest ways to get information about Washington County 4-H, don’t worry if you missed it. You can always check out our website for the latest information on club meetings, events and activities. Be sure to attend the kick-off meeting, too. This is where you’ll meet club leaders, other members and get your club program for the year. Dates, times and places are on the web calendar.
Below are a list of clubs and who you can contact for more information:
4Teen 4-H Club – for teens 13-18 years old focused on community and civic service and leadership development. Leader: Julie Pigott Dillard – email@example.com
Blazing Hooves 4-H Club – for youth 8-18 years old who love anything to do with horses. No, you don’t have to own one to join! Leaders: Jessica Wells – firstname.lastname@example.org and Nina Davis – email@example.com
Brick Bratz 4-H Club – for youth 5-11 years old interested in creating, exploring and building with LEGO using computer programming. Leader: Renae Rountree – firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior Gardeners 4-H Club – for youth ages 10-18 who like the great Florida outdoors, gardening and discovering native plants. Leader: Matt Orwat – email@example.com
Livestock 4-H Club – for youth ages 5-18 who want to learn more and caring for and raising rabbits, chickens, beef cattle and swine. Leader: Diane Webb – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sure Shots 4-H Club – for youth ages 11-18 who want to learn and perfect their skills in the sports of skeet and trap shooting. Leader: Nick Dillard – email@example.com
Top Nocks 4-H Club – for youth ages 8-18 who want to learn and perfect their skill in the sport of archery. Leader: Olen Pettis – firstname.lastname@example.org
Call a club leader today and get involved!