Texas 4-H

4-H offers a young person many opportunities. Getting involved in fun and educational 4-H projects and activities, having the opportunity to learn valuable life skills and develop self-confidence, 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 farm animals, and nothing else. Although livestock projects are very popular, members are not limited to only these types of learning experiences. A wide variety of other projects are also a part of 4-H. Some of these projects include: agriculture (including horticulture) and livestock, family and community health, leadership and citizenship, natural resources and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math; which includes photography).

Register online in 4-H here : https://v2.4honline.com/

21-22 4-H Brochure

21-22 4-H Welcome Packet

Texas 4-H Clover Guide: A Catalog of Texas 4-H Opportunities

For more information on district and state wide opportunities, check out the state website :https://texas4-h.tamu.edu/

Also … check out our current happenings in the club by going to



4-H Club Membership:
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 if enrolled by October 31st, after October 31st the fee is $30. 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 Online



We welcome any and all members of the community to volunteer with Camp County 4-H. In order to volunteer and be a project leader it is required to enroll in Texas 4-H Connect as an adult leader. The annual fee is $10. We are currently looking for volunteers to lead programs such as STEM and Robotics, as well as looking for Shooting Sports Licensed Instructors. A background check will be performed.


4-H Club meeting time & location:
1st Monday of each month, 6:00-7:00 p.m. September through May
Aubrey E. Pilgrim Ag Building, 402 Broach St. (beside Pittsburg ISD Central Administration Building)

  • The Club does not have monthly meetings during summer when school is out. September’s meeting is typically the second Monday of the month due to the Labor Day Holiday.


Camp County Youth Project Show:

Camp County Youth Project show will be: March 4, 2023

2023 CCYPS Rulebook

2023 Validation Form

2023 Intent to show form

2023 Add On Forms


District Roundup Contests

2021-2022 Storyboard Contest


4-H Record Books:

Recordbook Catergories

20-21 Camp County Record Book Outline

Camp County 4-H Clover Kids Coloring-Record Book





If you have any questions about 4-H, please call the Camp County Extension Office at 903-856-5005 or email us at camp-tx@ag.tamu.edu.




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