4-H Club Information
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4-H is a voluntary, educational program for youth ages 5-18. Its approach to youth development is through hands-on learning. Clubs are groups of 4-H members and their families, who meet to conduct business meetings, participate in community service, come together to learn about one specified project area or many projects based on members’ interests, practice speaking/presenting to a group and socialize with others.
There are a variety of clubs in Caldwell County, but 4-H members can pursue their project interests regardless of if they are in a club specifically targeting that project area. It is encouraged that members join clubs because experiences in 4-H are greatly enhanced through club membership.
Here is a listing of current 4-H clubs in Caldwell County:
Baton Elementary Bear Paws 4-H Club
Fourth and fifth-graders at Baton Elementary School in Granite Falls can join an after-school 4-H club. It usually meets the last Monday of the month while school is in session from 3–4 p.m. If youth there are interested, they should tell their teacher they want to join 4-H and participate.
Cooking 4-H Club
The Cooking 4-H Club meets to cook, bake and have fun with food. They meet on the third Monday of the month in the evening from 6-8 p.m. They are welcome new members to join and learn more about this life skill! Send an email to Sarah Kocher <firstname.lastname@example.org> to be added to the 4-H Club’s email list.
The Cooking 4-H Club meetings are held in Lenoir at the Caldwell County Meeting Rooms and Cooperative Extension kitchen.
Saddle 4-H Club
The Saddle Club, which focuses on the horse project, meets the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. No horse is required to join.
It meets outside at 4912 Carpenter Rd, Granite Falls, NC (not far from Baton Elementary) until Daylight Saving Time in the fall. Then it moves indoors to Lakeview Baptist Church (325 Shasta Ln, Lenoir, NC) for winter meetings. The last indoor meeting will be in March unless otherwise notified.
Livestock 4-H Club
The Livestock Club welcomes youth to learn about livestock species – cattle, sheep, goats, etc. through hands-on activities. It meets on the first or second Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at 130 Haiger Rd. Lenoir, NC.
Remaining meeting dates for 2021:
- August 9
- September 13
- October 11
- November 8
- December 6