The 4-H Youth Development Program
The 4-H Youth Development Program is an informal educational program that allows youth to learn by doing. The 4-H community club program offers a wide variety of activities for youth, ages 5 - 19. Youth join a club, take part in monthly meetings, and explore their individual interests through projects and service-learning.
Each club has at least one Community Club Leader who is an adult volunteer. Project meetings are set and run by additional adult volunteers. Members can also participate in a number of county, sectional/multi-county, and statewide events.
Fresno County has 18 clubs to choose from! Join one today!
Tracy Newton joined University of California Cooperative Extension on September 12th as
Believing ALL youth have unlimited potential when guided through programs such as 4-H, she is extremely enthusiastic and eager to lead in the future growth, outreach, and continued success of 4-H. With a strong administrative background the transition should be smooth and manageable. "I consider it an honor and obligation to serve local youth and I hope to motivate renewed county wide commitment and encouragement through personal support, offering leadership and resources to this great program!"
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Save the Date...
5948 E Tulare Ave, Fresno, CA 93727
4-H Fair at Reedley College (click for details)
Oh, it’s the big one!! Join us for this wonderful culminating event!
May 7, 2016
For full listing of our calendar please click MASTER CALENDAR
All-Star Service Learning Project
Download flyer here: Blue Star 2016
Fresno County 4-H Camp
Tuesday, June 21st through Saturday, June 25, 2016
Camp Keola This year the theme is "4-H U”
Activities include: Hiking, games, archery, arts & crafts and lake activities!
Make new friends while enjoying the great outdoors!
All meals included in cost.
Adult Camp Counselors needed: We require Clubs to provide a camp chaperone for every five members that attend (1:5 ratio). Please start planning now. You may split weeks if need be. We also need volunteers to transport supplies for camp activities. All adults have to be 4-H volunteers, must have First Aid/CPR certification or training.