Whether you live in a city, small town, or farm, 4-H has something for you! Joining a local 4-H club is the first step to having fun!!
Most project and club activities are held from late August through May. For contact and location information, click the following links:
Dry Creek Club (Roseville)
Ophir Club (Newcastle/Auburn)
4-H allows young people many opportunities to build confidence, learn responsibility, and develop skills that will last a lifetime.
- A place to make friends and share interests ranging from building robots to raising rabbits, or from designing webpages to rocketry.
- A place where youth work together to make a positive difference in their community, and certified adult volunteers make a powerful difference in young people's lives.
4-H Community Clubs, located throughout Placer County, vary in projects, meeting times and membership. Find a club that best fits your needs and attend a meeting to become a part of this exciting program. Feel free to contact the Club's Leader if you have questions about 4-H, Club activities, and projects that club offers.