4-H Clubs offer project-based learning opportunities for kids 9 and up.
Each of our clubs has a Cloverbuds group for kids 5-8 who also want to participate in 4-H.
We have 3 local clubs:
- Chino Valley
Our local clubs provide dozens of projects from cattle and rabbits to sewing and photography. They also have leadership, small engine, wood science, and dog projects. If there is a project that our local clubs don’t provide, you can join the club nearest you and become a project leader. Your child might be the only one interested in the project, and that’s fine. Club members meet with their families once a month. One thing I love about 4-H is that it is run by 4-Hers. The kids can gain leadership experience by serving as club officers–they are voted in. It’s fun how it’s run in a formal, old-school style.
The website provides a lot of great information about our local clubs, the existing projects, and potential projects.