St. Clair County 4-H
Welcome to the St. Clair County 4-H Program Home Page! Four-H is the youth development and education program of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. For almost 100 years, 4-H has helped youth in Alabama and across the nation develop into resourceful citizens and responsible leaders.
Four-H is most recognized by its emblem, a four-leaf clover with an “H” in each leaf. The letters stand for head, heart, hands and health. Four-H spans all interests, as well as, all races and backgrounds and it costs nothing to join.
Four-H is a “learning by doing” education program for boys & girls in kindergarten through twelfth grade. It can involve “any kid...any time...anywhere” through events, camps, clubs, or activities. Young people have many choices in their 4-H experiences. They learn and HAVE FUN—that is 4-H! St. Clair County currently has approximately 1,500 youth enrolled in traditional and special interest clubs. For more information about how to join 4-H in St. Clair County, please contact Lee Ann Clark, County Extension Coordinator at (205) 338-9416.
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2013 4-H Clover Classroom Registration Information
Our 8th annual summer workshop series, the St. Clair County 4-H Clover Classroom, will be held throughout the month of July. All youth, ages 8-14, are eligible to participate. You must pre-register your child to participate. All classes are limited to 20. Participants will receive a 4-H Clover Classroom t-shirt. For more information, please contact Lee Ann Clark, County Extension Coordinator, or Chris Thomas, 4-H Agent Assistant at (205) 338-9416. Click here for more information about classes offered this year. Click here to download a registration form. Each child must complete an Alabama 4-H Parent & Youth Consent Form in order to participate. Click here to print the form.
4-H Contest Guidelines (UPDATED!!)
St. Clair County 4-H Equine Club
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