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Richmond County 4-H Clubs

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Fall Kick-Off

A “gathering” of all 4-H Club members will be Friday, September 25 from 7-8:30 p.m. via Zoom. We will start with a show and tell of a recycled art you made from things around your house. The rules include not buying anything and keeping the art 4-H appropriate. The recycled art could be fall themed but doesn’t have to be. All ages are welcome! We will play BINGO and Pictionary, meet our newest members, discuss fall events and socialize. If you would like to join, please contact the office and we will share the Zoom link with you.

Richmond County 4-H Livestock Club

This club focuses on showing goats but learns about all livestock and health/management of each species. The club meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the Extension Office. We are currently in the middle of our show circuit and submit videos bi-monthly to the judges.

Richmond County Barnyard 4-H Club

This is the club to join for all animal lovers. A lot of upcoming events have been cancelled. Stay tuned for updates.

Richmond County Cooking Clovers 4-H Club

This club focuses on food safety, healthy habits, and having fun in the kitchen. Videos to try in your kitchen coming soon.

Richmond County 4-H Shooting Sports Club

For all target sports lovers! This club practices shotgun, rifle, archery, and pistol disciplines. Regional and state competitions are usually right here in our county! We utilize the Lentz Range, Dewitt’s, and Millstone 4-H Camp during our practices and competitions.

Richmond County 4-H STEAM Club

Is science, technology, engineering, arts, or math your thing? If so, this club is for you. The National 4-H STEM Challenge, former National Youth Science Day, focuses on coding. We will do this year’s MARS Base Camp Challenge the week of National 4-H, October 4-10. You can order your own kit, but to be included in the Richmond County agent and volunteer led classes, you must order through the Extension office. When you order your kit, you will receive the Zoom links for the sessions during National 4-H Week. To make sure your kit arrives in time, please order before Wednesday, September 23.

Richmond County Wildlife 4-H Club

This club meets every Friday from 4-5 p.m. A virtual option is being created now and will be shared through 4honline email. Keep studying your birds and mammals.

Richmond County 4-H Teen Council

Teens are leaders! This group meets on the third Monday of each month. A virtual option is being created soon. Stay tuned.