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.

4-H Camp was "out of this world" this summer! If you missed it, be sure to get in on the fun next year and check "Summer Camp" on the 4-H Sign Up Sheet for 2018-19!

2018-19 4-H Sign Up Sheet! 

You must fill out this paper and return it to our office to be included in All Calls for meeting notices.

If you are unsure about any of the programs (or it says "See attached sheet"), click here for more information!

 

 

Cloverbuds for 5 - 8 year olds  meets the 3rd Friday at 6:30 pm from October through May

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?

HEAD
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.

HANDS
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.

HEART
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.

HEALTH
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.

 

 

View the Kentucky 4-H Website at:www.ca.uky.edu/agcollege/4h/

 

Visit the Kentucky 4-H buzz website at:www.Kentucky4-H.org/buzz

 

Visit the Grant County 4-H Facebook website at:http://www.facebook.com/GrantCounty4-H