Typically 4-H clubs meet once a month. They provide lots of fun learning experiences while building leadership and citizenship skills thru club and community service projects.
Call 693-2602 for information about joining a club, volunteering, and starting new clubs.
Gloucester County 4-H Explorers
Open to youth aged 9-18 Explore the 4-H thru 4-H projects from photography to wildlife, nature, and community service. Learn citizenship, leadership and life skills.
Gloucester County Cloverbuds
Open to youth aged 5-8. Explore the treasures of 4-H thru crafts, nature, and community service projects.
Hooves, Paws and Claws
Open to youth aged 9-18. If you are interested in livestock or poultry small or large, here is your chance to learn about your animal, participate in volunteer work, learn leadership skills, and prepare to show. Members of Hooves, Paws, and Claws have participated in county parades and animal exhibitions. They've shown hogs and lambs at the State Fair of Virginia, and the South Carolina State Fair. They have attended camp, served as camp counselors, participated in the 4-H Peer Teacher Program at Jamestown and Yorktown. They have developed public speaking skills, shared experiences with the Board of Supervisors, and earned Blue ribbons at 4-H Congress at VA Tech.
Gloucester 4-H Horse Club
Open to youth aged 9-18. Learn all about horses, participate in horse education contests and riding events. Gloucester Horse Clubs have participated in Hippology, Horse Bowl, Horse Judging, Presentation contests, Public Speaking and District and State Horse Shows as well as Southern Regioals and Eastern Nationals. They learn citizenship and leadership and life skills along the way.