First Meeting & Potluck
Join us for our first meeting, Tuesday, September 10. At this meeting you can sign up for projects and learn more about 4-H. The meeting will start at 6:30 (possibly 6:45). We meet at the Korematsu Middle School Library. The potluck will be outside, please bring your own plates.
A few details for new / returning families. It will be important to attend our first club meeting on Tuesday, September 10 at 6:30pm. We will have a potluck at 6pm, if you would like to join us -- the theme is Taco Bar. The link to sign up for the potluck is:
At our first meeting all the projects will be listed and your child can see what projects he would be interested in and when they will be meeting. It is important to do this first so that you can ensure that 4-H will work with your schedule. After confirmation, you can complete the online registration here at 4honline.org.
Here is the county link that explains things a bit:
You can pay online or in cash/check at the first meeting. Suggest paying when you are sure that the schedule will work for you.
Here is the link on the county page that has the club list, we are Wildcat 4-H. You may also join projects at other clubs with permission from their project leaders, although people rarely feel the need for this. In addition, we have several county wide projects like Journalism, 4-H Camp (required to have attend 4-H camp previously and go through the application process), archery, and a few others.
What is 4-H
In 4‑H, we believe in the power of young people. We see that every child has valuable strengths and real influence to improve the world around us. We are America’s largest youth development organization—empowering nearly six million young people across the U.S. with the skills to lead for a lifetime.
4-H is a community
4‑H is delivered by Cooperative Extension—a community of more than 100 public universities across the nation that provides experiences where young people learn by doing. Kids complete hands-on projects in areas like health, science, agriculture and citizenship, in a positive environment where they receive guidance from adult mentors and are encouraged to take on proactive leadership roles. Kids experience 4‑H in every county and parish in the country—through in-school and after-school programs, school and community clubs and 4‑H camps.