Abbeville County 4-H Clubs

4-H clubs provide opportunities for youth to learn subject matter and life skills while working with caring adults and other youth. Once youth are 4-H members, they become eligible for a variety of benefits of belonging to 4-H,  including awards, trips, and special events. Of course, it's meant to be fun  for the kids and the leaders too!

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4-H COOKING CLUB

This club normally meets on the 3rd Monday of each month from 3:30-5pm at the Abbeville County Clemson Extension Office. It is a club for kids between the ages of 9 and 19 who are interested in cooking and healthy lifestyles. Activities include cooking, baking, cake decorating, kitchen techniques, culinary tips and tricks, field trips, healthy choices, portion sizes and more! 

 

4-H LIVESTOCK CLUB

This club meets on Friday once a month at 6:30pm at the Abbeville County Clemson Extension Office. This club is for youth interested in showing or raising animals. Emphasis in horses, beef cattle, and chickens. Other topics include swine, goats, dairy cattle and sheep. For youth ages 5 to 19. 

 

HAPPY HOOVES 4-H CLUB

This club meets on Sundays once a month at Shantara Farm. This club is for youth interested in everything about horses. No prior knowledge or ownership of horses required. For youth ages 5-19.

 

NATURAL RESOURCES 4-H CLUB

Volunteers: Jenny Mountford, Brandon Wilson, and Eddie Monts

This club meets once a month on a Tuesday or Thursday. Check the 4-H calendar or contact the Extension office for a current meeting schedule. Activities include field trips and lessons on wildlife, trees, trapping, wild turkeys, song birds, reptiles, air rifles and archery. For youth ages 5 to 19.

 

*NEW* 4-H GARDENING CLUB

2013 Club Information Coming Soon!