Why Join a Club?    

Learn new skills, enhance skills you already have, and meeting new people are just a few of the great reasons to join a 4-H Club.  We have several Clubs to choose from!  Below is a listing of our current clubs and when each one meets.  For more information please contact your 4-H Agent.  If you would be interested in a club on a topic not listed or would like to volunteer as a club leader, please contact your 4-H Agent for more information on how to make this happen.  **All clubs are open to youth ages 9-19, with the exception of the Cloverbuds**

CCHS-Leadership

  • Open to all students at CCHS, meets on club day.

CCMS-Step Up to Leadership

  • Open to all students at CCES, meets monthly during school.

5th Grade In-School Club

  • All students enrolled in 5th grade are part of the club.  Our 4-H Agent will engage the kids in several fun and awesome learning opportunities throughout the school year!  Watch your Friday folders for more newsletters and more information on what they are working on next.

4th Grade In-School Club

  • All students enrolled in 4th grade are part of the club.  Our 4-H Agent will engage the kids in several fun and awesome learning opportunities throughout the school year!  Watch your Friday folders for more newsletters and more information on what they are working on next.

Cloverbuds

  • All Crittenden County kids age's 5-8 are welcome to be a part of this great learning opportunity.  Monthly meetings are held throughout the school year at CCES on the 2nd Thursday of each month right after school until 4:30PM.

Homeschool

  • Open to all Crittenden County Homeschool children.  We meet the last Wednesday of each month, 2PM, at the Extension Office. 

Country Ham

  • Want to learn how to make your very own Country Ham?  Great!  Each November we hold sign-ups for the upcoming year.  We get to visit Broadbent's in Kuttawa where we will make our own Country Hams that will compete in the State Fair. 

Dog Club

  • Don't have a Dog?  That's okay!  With Dog Club we get the chance to work with animals from the Mary Hall Ruddiman Canine Shelter.  Where we help train, learn about different breeds and utilize our skills to help the shelter and the animals staying there.  We meet the 1st & 3rd Monday throughout the school year at various locations. 

Sew Much Fun

  • Take this opportunity to learn how to Sew!  Meeting the 1st & 3rd Friday's at the Extension Office, during the school year, our Master Clothing Volunteer will help you learn new skills to make your projects.  Compete in the County Fair and show your friends what cool stuff you can make!

Jr. Beekeepers

  • The Buzz is out of the box!  Beekeeping is the new cool thing to do!  Learn how handle bees and care for beehives, plant bee gardens, and more about these amazing and life giving creatures.

Livestock

  • Sheep, Cows, Goats and more.  Learn about livestock animals, how to care for them, show them in competition and much more with this group.

Tractor

  • Ahhh the big machinery on the farm! Learn all about all different types of tractors from the very big to the very small.

Pinterest

  • Make some awesome stuff!!  Each meeting we pick a project off of Pinterest and make it ourselves. Pinterest Win!!  Meeting varies each month.  Watch the newsletter/calendar for our next meeting time.

Shooting Sports

  • Learn about safety and how to properly handle a rifle/shotgun and archery with this group.  Meeting every Tuesday evening in the months' of May - September at the Crittenden County Gun Club.  We alternate weeks between rifle/archery and shotgun.