We offer a variety of projects that meet either monthly or bi-monthly. Most project meetings have no cost. However, if they are doing a hands-on project, you will have to buy supplies. Animals are purchased by the family, as well as all the equipment and feed required to have an animal.
* Projects have an age requirement of 9 years old and older. Must be 9 by December 31, 2020
Arts & Crafts
Learn to make creative items or projects. This includes but is not limited to, any of the following: knitting, crocheting, cake decorating, jewelry making, fly tying, macrame, decoupage, stained-glass, making, pottery, ceramics, flower arranging, and hobbies such as coin or stamp collecting.
Members learn how to decorate a cake according to their tastes. Cakes may vary form advanced to very basic.
Learn the care, feeding, and management of cavies. Members may raise animals for pets, market, showing, or breeding.
For members under the age of nine to participate in; may include basic sampling of other projects.
Learn about dogs, their care, and their feeding. May include obedience training of animal. Subcategories include agility, care and training, and stock.
Learn about everything involved with theatre! Members work together to develop a performance including music, dance, acting, stage creation, and scripts.
Foods & Nutrition
Learn how to shop for, prepare, and serve nutritious food safely, and how to maintain good health through a good diet. Foods may be whatever the leader selects, with subcategories including but not limited to :Beginning, Dairy, International, Nutrition, and Preservation.
Learn about goats and their general care, management, and various uses. Members may raise animals for pets, breeding, sale, or show. Subcategories include Pygmy, Pack, and Nigerian.
Learn about the care and management of sheep. Members may raise animals for pets, show, wool, breeding, or sale. Ownership is preferred but not required.
Health & Fitness
This project concentrates on personal health and well-being. Learn how to stay healthy by understanding basic health concepts. Participate in community health education and learn about different health services and related public misconceptions.
Learn about leadership for an individual, group, organization. Build your own leadership skills through public speaking, project management, communication, organization, and negotiation. Most members are club officers, but it's not a requirement.
Learn to use photographic equipment and take and/or develop photographs.
Avian Science project focused on poultry. Includes turkeys, chickens, and exotic breeds.
Learn the care, feeding, and management of rabbits. Members may raise animals for pets, fur, show, or breeding.
Off Road TrailRiding
Learn the care and maintenance of ATV's, dirt bikes, and off road vehicles, as well as safety practices. May include the planning and implementation of an excursion.
Includes, but is not limited to any of the following: camping, rock climbing, canoeing, mountaineering, first aid, outdoor cookery, topographic map reading, and outdoor survival.
Learn about records management and the practice of identifying, classifying, archiving, preserving, and destroying records. Many projects may focus on 4-H record books.
Members will not only learn the basics of clothing and other project construction, but also explore purchasing, selection, appearance, and care of clothing and textile.