4-H Youth Development

  The 4-H Youth Development Program in Stafford County affords youth and adults working with those youth the opportunity to learn and develop leadership, citizenship, and life skills.  Four-H offers fun-filled, hands-on, research-based learning opportunities in the following areas:

 

•Animal Sciences,    

•Careers and Economic  Education

•Citizenship

•Communications and Expressive Arts

•Family Sciences

•Foods, Nutrition, and Health

•Leadership and Personal Development

•Natural Resources and Environmental Education

•Plants, Soils, and Entomology

•Science, Engineering, and Technology

Current Stafford 4-H Clubs/Programs Include:

♦ The Stafford Dairy Goat Club-Currently meets the first and third Thursdays each month from 4:00 to 5:30PM at Extension Office in the Rowser Building           

The Stafford Livestock Club-Currently meets the first Monday of each month at  6 PM in the England Run Library

The Stablemates Horse Club-Currently meets the second Thursday of every month at 6-8 PM at the England Run Library 

The CloverBud Stablemates  Club- Currently meets the second Thursday of every month at 5PM at the England Run Library

The Sew What! Club -Currently meets alternating Tuesdays of each month at  6 PM in the Rowser Building.  Please call for the next meeting date.

♦ The 4-H Junior Master Gardener Club-Currently meets every Monday at 4PM at the Hartwood Elementary School

♦ 4-H Junior Camp-This overnight camp is held in July at the NOVA 4-H Center