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Welcome to the Pawnee County 4-H Program and all the exciting challenges that lie ahead! 4-H is a family organization that offers any youth (8-19 years of age) an opportunity for year-round involvement. Volunteer adult leaders help members:

 

  • Select projects
  • Hold meetings & elect officers
  • Make exhibits; win ribbons and awards
  • Learn public speaking
  • Participate in events (camp, contests and workshops)
  • Keep project records
  • Have fun and meet new friends
  • Develop into productive citizens


The 4-H mission is to help young people become motivated, productive and contributing members of society as they "learn by doing."  Dedicated adult volunteers contribute their time, talents and resources to maintain and expand the 4-H program.

 

As a 4-H family, you can join the ranks of 4-H volunteers to help all children in our communities to "make the best better."  Please take the time to read and understand the 4-H Handbook as it can explain a great deal about the 4-H program.  We look forward to working with  you and your family!

 

Newsletters

 

4-H Clubs

Organizational and Project 4-H Clubs are available in Pawnee County.

 

Organizational Clubs
Club Name  Coordinator Place
Cleveland 4-H Shirley Spears Cleveland
Country Clovers Trinity Brown Pawnee
Jennings 4-H Kristy Jones Jennings
Pawnee Sr Trista Blakey & Shauna Alley Pawnee
Woodland P.C Rick Clovis & Lisa Crabtree (Fairfax & Ralston)

 

Project Clubs

  • Shooting Sports, coordinator Dwayne Skidgel.
  • Horse Club, coordinators Cindy Thurber & Leslea Spears

 

Resources

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