University of Kentucky College of Agriculture

4-H Youth Development

 


 

 

CLARK COUNTY 4-H EXTENSION AGENTS
FOR 4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

  Heather Cassill

Heather Cassill

 

 

      Rachel Noble     

   
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April 2014 4-H Newsletter

Information About Clark County 4-H

Other 4-H Links
 

Clovers

4-H IS . . .
the Youth Development component of Cooperative Extension.  Cooperative Extension extends the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture and Kentucky State University to citizens throughout the commonwealth.  4-H strives to meet the four developmental needs which we all have -- need for belonging, mastery of skills, independence, and generosity.  4-H teaches youth the basic skills they will need to succeed as adults.  Youth are involved through individual self-study projects at home, organized clubs in communities and schools, special intrest groups, camp, television, after-school child care programs, or as part of the school curriculum.
 
WHO CAN JOIN 4-H?
Anyone between the ages of 9-18 may join 4-H.  (There are some activities available for "Cloverbuds" (ages 5-8.)
 
HOW CAN YOU JOIN 4-H?

You can sign up for 4-H by attending a club meeting and registering, or you may stop by the Extension office and fill out a registration form.    Office hours are Monday thru Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm.

 

  The four H's stand for:
HEAD

4-H Clover

HEART

HANDS

HEALTH

 

4-H Pledge:

I pledge . . .
My HEAD to clearer thinking.
My HEART to greater loyalty.
My HANDS to larger service.
and
My
HEALTH to better living for my club,
my community, my country, and my world.

 

4-H Motto:     

  4-H Colors:  

"To Make the Best Better"       Green & White   

 

 

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