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Alabama 4-H

Lee County

Lee County 4-H Clubs, Advisory Committee, Youth Council, and Additional Information

4-H Clubs in Lee County
  • General 4-H
    • Auburn 4-H Community Club
      Community Club
    • Green Gable's 4-H Club
      Community Club
    • History Seekers
      Community Club
    • Lakeview Cloverbuds
      Community Club
    • Lakeview Learning Clovers 4-H Club
      After-School Club
    • Loachapoka High School 4-H Club
      In-School Club
    • Northside 4-H-4th Grade
      After-School Club
    • Northside 4-H Club
      In-School Club
    • Ogletree 4-H Club
      Community Club
    • Pick 4-H Club
      Community Club
    • Richland Cloverbuds
      Community Club
    • Smith Station Jr. High 4-H Club
      In-School Club
    • War Eagle Club
      In-School Club
    • West Smith Station Elementary 4-H Club
      In-School Club
  • Animal Science
    • Livestock Club
      Special Club
    • Lee County 4-H Chick Chain Club
      Special Club
  • Leadership & Citizenship
    • Lee County 4-H Council
      Community Club
    • Lee County 4-H Teen Leaders
      After-School Club
  • Natural Resources
    • Lee County X-Caliber 4-H Club
      Special Interest Club
    • Archery Club
      Special Interest Club
    • Wildlife/Forestry Club
      Special Interest Club


Lee County 4-H Adult Advisory Committee

Advisory Committee

Lee County Youth Council

Youth Council

Lee County 4-H Announcements

Vibrantly-colored Leaves Are Falling - Extension Daily

Leaves are turning vibrant colors and will soon fall across Alabama. Have you ever wondered what makes leaves change their color? Source: Vibrantly-colored Leaves Are Falling... more

Keeping Calories Low in Salads - Extension Daily

Salads are usually a great high-nutrient, low-calorie meal to eat but adding some foods can make it a high-calorie meal. Source: Keeping Calories Low in Salads... more

Grant from RC&D Mid-South/ THANKS!

Thanks to RC&D Mid South! We received a grant for this building to store our 4-H items.  We are so thankful to them for this... more

Grow a Wildflower Meadow in Your Backyard - Extension Daily

Wildflower meadows are a rich and colorful habitat full of beautiful flowers and various grasses. They also create a home for biodiversity. Source: Grow a Wildflower Meadow... more

Selecting, Planting and Caring For Shrubs - Extension Daily

Shrubs are great additions to any landscape. Extension professionals provide information on selecting, planting and caring for shrubs. Source: Selecting, Planting and Caring For Shrubs -... more

Planting Blueberries This Fall - Extension Daily

Rabbiteye blueberries are one of the easiest fruit for homeowners to grow. The rabbiteye blueberry is tolerant of the high temperatures of the region. Source: Planting... more

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Cotton Production Calendar

Have you ever wondered what a cotton producer's year is like … If you... more

Alabama 4-H Awarded Prestigious MacArthur Foundation Grant for Robotics Digital Badges

A group of 4-H educators from across the United States with leadership from Alabama Cooperative Extension System Specialist Dr. Tony... more

Seven Alabama Tractor Supply Stores Recognized for Donations to 4-H

Seven Tractor Supply Company (TSC) stores in Alabama were recently recognized and won “Class Champion” awards for meeting the company’s... more

4-H Enrollment Has Begun; Youth Find Programs Diverse; Fun

The beginning of the school year in Alabama also signals the start of the year for the state’s largest youth... more

4-H Club in Loachapoka Expands AU Educational Program; Providing Life Skills

Students at Loachapoka High School are learning about the diverse educational opportunities in Alabama 4-H from three 4-H alumnae who... more

Junior Master Gardner Program Teaches Youngsters Important Life Lessons

When you teach yourself to learn the finer points of something, it provides an enrichment that lasts a lifetime... more

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