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Livestock Club

If you love farm animals, want to learn about livestock, how to judge livestock or how to show livestock, we would love to have you join our Livestock Club. You do not need to own livestock to participate in this club. Meeting locations may vary. Call 586.4009 for more information.

Ages: 5–18 (9–18 for competition-related activities)
Meetings: to be determined by participants
Volunteer Club Leader: seeking
Extension Livestock Agent: Kendra Fortner, kendra_norton@ncsu.edu

Youth Leadership Council

Description: Applications required each Fall for membership. Applications are now open.
Ages: 14–19 Meetings:
Meets virtually (until face-to-face programming is allowed) 1st & 3rd Sunday each month from 7:30–9 p.m.

Leader Contact: Heather Gordon, 4-H Agent, heather_gordon@ncsu.edu

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Cloverbud Club

This club for young children is an introduction to 4-H. Come learn the 4-H pledge with hands-on activities revolving around the Head, Heart, Hands & Health. Science, manners, diversity, citizenship, art, and cooking have been activities in the past.
Ages: 5–7
Meetings: We will restart in August
Location: N.C. Cooperative Extension of Jackson County office, 876 Skyland Dr.
Volunteer Leader: seeking
Extension 4-H Agent: Heather Gordon, heather_gordon@ncsu.edu
Please indicate your interest in this club on the Cloverbud Form.

Explorers Club

This club meets twice a month to explore the outdoors including nature, leave no trace principles, safety, and exercise. The hikes are the 3rd Saturday of each month and families are invited.

Ages: 9–13
Meetings: 1st Monday of each month, 3:30–5 p.m. and the 3rd Saturday of each month, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. for a hike

Location:
Volunteer Leader:
Extension 4-H Agent: Heather Gordon, heather_gordon@ncsu.edu
Please indicate your interest in this club on the Explorers Form.
Explorers 4-H Club flyer

Caney Fork Community Club

The focus of this new club will be determined by the youth and families involved. It will include hands-on educational activities, youth officers, as well as opportunities for 4-H presentations and record books. Topics will include the 4 H’s: head, heart, hands & health.

Ages: 5–12

Meetings: the 3rd Wednesday of each month 3:45–5 p.m.
Contact: Heather Gordon, heather_gordon@ncsu.edu
Caney Fork 4-H Club flyer