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If you are between the ages of 9 and 19, you can get involved in 4-H by calling the Grant County Extension Office at 859-824-3355 and talking with your 4-H Agent.  Under 9 years old please ask about the Cloverbud program.


Please contact our office for information on how you can be a 4-H Volunteer!  859-824-3355



What do the H's in 4-H stand for?

4-H challenges you to think and make decisions, both for yourself and as a member of a group.  You will discover new ways to do things and different ways of dealing with everyday challenges.  4-H is big on self-discipline, responsibility, initative, and leadership.  You will become a positive force in today's world.

In 4-H, you learn skills that you can use for the rest of your life.  You won't just talk about it, you will actually get your hands on it -- learn by doing!  Members choose from about 100 different skills.  4-H often helps members discover interests that lead to rewarding careers.

It can be tough growing up today.  To sort out their ideas and emotions, 4-H members often talk to club leaders and to each other about what matters to them.

4-H gives you a chance to become friends with other young people and caring adults.  It is about building character, accepting people who are different, and making your community a better place to live.

Being healthy means feeling good; doing your best to balance school, friends, and family; and making the best choices.  4-H focuses on developing healthy lifestyles and understanding what happens when you make unhealthy choices.



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