Clemson Extension agents with primary Youth Development responsibilities work closely with state extension specialists and researchers located on campus and at the various research and education centers located across the state. They provide expertise in topics including animal agriculture and veterinary science, natural resources and the environment, gardening, leadership and citizenship, personal growth and development, and science, engineering and technology.
Beverley Connelly-Brown , 843-255-6060 Ext 113, email@example.com
Being in a 4-H club provides important opportunities for youth to learn subject matter and life skills while working with a caring adult 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, special events, etc. Of course, it's meant to be fun for the kids and the leaders too!
Here is some information about the 4-H clubs currently active in the county. If there isn’t one to meet your needs, a new one can be started. Most 4-H clubs are led by volunteers, which may include staff in after school sites, military installations, etc. Starting a 4-H club isn't difficult and you are encouraged to seek help from parents or other volunteers. Local Extension/4-H staff can help you get started.Cross Water 4-H Club—Teen CERT
Volunteer Leaders/s—Kris & Gina Legge
Clemson Extension Office Beaufort County
Beaufort, SC 29901
Phone: 843-846-8228 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Daufuskie Island 4-H Club
Amanda Loften & Jody Smith
Saddlebreds 4-H Horse ClubBarbara O'Leary
Edenhope 4-H Club/ Edenhope FarmCyndi Allison-Simpkins
4-H Rabbit ClubBeaufort County 4-H
An introductory program designed to help children, ages 5-8, explore various 4-H project activities in a non-competitive environment, preferably in separate 4-H Cloverbud clubs.
4-H is the youth development program of the Cooperative Extension Service, a nationwide partnership of federal, state, and county governments, and the private sector. 4-H Youth Development programs are offered on an age-appropriate basis to all youth, ages 5-19, regardless of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital or family status.
For more details about 4-H and state 4-H events and opportunities, visit the SC State 4-H website.
There are many ways to volunteer in 4-H. Volunteers are critical to reach more youth and offer a variety of 4-H projects, events, and activities. Here are some examples of the many ways you can volunteer to help 4-H in the county:
You can serve as a: