Blue Ribbon Riders

Blue Ribbon Riders are a 4-H club who's main project area is horse. They meet twice a month at Eden Farms in Dacusville. Kay Mason is the club leader. 

One More Shot Shotgun Club

The Shotgun Club competes in shotgun events throughout the state. They meet at the Clemson University Rifle Range on Sunday afternoons at 2:00 pm. Lynn Moore is the club leader.  

Jr. Naturalist Club

Jr. Naturalist Club meets at the S.C. Botanical Gardens in Clemson once a month after school from September through May. The club focuses on different aspects of nature such as ‘water’, ‘mammals’ and ‘insects’. Sue Watts is the Club Leader.

Silver Spurs Horse Club

The Silver Spurs Horse Club meets once a month on the third Saturday from 10-12 at Kings Grove Stables in Six Mile. The club learns about horses and competes in the Hippology and Horse Bowl competitions. Club leader is Lindsay Davis.

Furry Friends Rabbit Club

The Furry Friends Rabbit Club meets in Clemson at the Littlejohn Community Center on the third Monday night of each month at 6:30-8:00 pm from September-May. Tina Reif is the club leader.

Cloverbud Science Club

The Cloverbud Club meets once a month September-May from 3:15-4:15 pm at the Pickens County Extension Office to do a hands on Magic School Bus science activity. This club is open to boys and girls ages 5-8. Janine Sutter is the club leader.

Split Shaft Archery Club

The archery club meets at Saluda River Archery in Powdersville on the first Saturday of each month. Matt Power is the club leader.

Rifle Club

The rifle club meets on Wednesdays from 4-5:30p.m. in Easley.  Ages 8-18.  Club leader is Vincent Giammalvo.  (512) 922-9540

Veterinary Club

The vet club meets on the 2nd Friday of the month from 5:15-6:15. in the 4-H basement.  Ages 5-18 are welcome.  Club leader is Diana Byrd.

Cooking Club

The Cooking club meets once a month in the 4-H basement on the 3rd Thursday of the month from 5:15-6:15.  Ages 5-18 are welcome.  Club leader is Diana Byrd.

For Our Community Club

This club meets 10 times through the year to perform community service activities for the community.  The members each year will pick the activities.  Ages 5-18 welcome.  Janine Sutter will lead this club.

SCHOOL GARDENS -- 18 schools in Pickens County have school gardens!!!

Liberty High Schooll also has a 4-H club.  If you attend the high school and are interested, please contact Tim Johnson at

Chastain Road Elem School hosts a 4-H Club led by students from the Pickens County Career and Technology Center.  If you attend either of these schools and are interested in learning more, please contact Gillian Black at