4-H offers a young person many opportunities. Getting involved in fun and educational 4-H projects and making new friends are all part of being a 4-H Club member. Plus field trips and Summer Camp also add educational value and fun!
“What if I don’t want to raise an animal ….. is 4-H still for me?”
Absolutely! A misconception about 4-H is that it is only about raising animals, and nothing else. But 4-H offers much more than just animal projects, although animal projects are very popular. Some of the other projects include: Photography, Health & Fitness, Food & Nutrition, Clothing & Textiles, Public Speaking, Leadership, Recycling, Shooting Sports, Robotics, Entomology, Junior Master Gardener, Horse, Companion Animal, etc. The availability of these, however, depends upon whether we have a volunteer leader for the project.
4-H membership is open to youth who are in grades 3 through 12.
To maintain the level of programming and opportunities in the Texas 4-H and Youth Development Program, an annual participant fee is necessary for each 4-H member. The annual participant enrollment fee is $25, … but is discounted to $20 if enrolled between September 1st to October 31st.
If you have any questions, call the Camp County Extension office at 903-856-5005 for more information. Or, you may go to http://texas4-h.tamu.edu/ and also the Camp County 4-H Club 2018-19 Handbook for more info.
To join the Camp County 4-H Club, click the following link to fill out the member enrollment form and pay the enrollment fee — all online at: Texas 4-H Connect
4-H Club meeting time:
1st Monday of each month, 6:00-7:00 p.m., Aubrey E. Pilgrim Ag Building
The Club does not meet during summer. However, there is an annual 4-H Multi-County Summer Camp that is tons of fun! It’s in July and is located in our northeast Texas area.
……. 4-H INFO, NEWS, & UPCOMING EVENTS …….
- Christmas Party!!! — December 3, 2018