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Community Clubs

The five community clubs listed below are all open to new and returning members. Click on the club name to see list of club only projects. Parents and adults are encouraged to become volunteer 4-H leaders. For more information, see the monthly Tooter Newsletter or contact the 4-H Youth Development Program Representative, Rosemary Giannini  rlgiannini@ucanr.edu or 209-533-6990.

Countywide projects are open to all members on a first come basis. There maybe a limit on number of members and/or an age limit so contact the 4-H project leader first before enrolling into the project.

Foothill 4-H Club
  • Meets at the Sheriff's Posse Grounds, 19130 Rawhide Rd, Jamestown
  • 2nd Wednesday, Starting in September and running through June
  • 7:00 pm
  • Community Club Leaders: Sharon Smales, sl_smales@att.net or 532-5036, and Ida Ponder, idponder@comcast.net, 984-5515
Groveland Highlanders 4-H Club
  • Meets at Tenaya School, 19177 Hwy 120, Groveland, 95321
  • 2nd Tuesday
  • Starts September 12th and runs through May, with optional swim party in June
  • 6:00-7:15pm 
  • Community Club Leader: Carol Willmon, willmon@hughes.net or 962-7528
Hi 4-H Club - For youth 11 years and older
  • Meets at the Sonora Youth Center, Barretta Street at Mono Way
  • 3rd Wednesday of each month starting in September and running through May 
  • 7:00 pm
  • Community Club Leaders: Linda Mager, goofyseven49@yahoo.com or 532-5896 and Jodi Hembree, jodi.hembree@sbcglobal.net 

Sonora Cloverleafs 4-H Club

  • Meets at the Sonora Youth Center, Barretta Street at Mono Way
  • 2nd Tuesday, Starting September 12th, and running through June 
  • 6:30 pm
  • Community Club Leader: Dedra Danicourt, sonoracloverleafs.tc@gmail.com or 209-770-6279
Tuolumne Pioneers 4-H Club
  • Meets at Soulsbyville Elementary School
  • 2nd Monday
  • 7:00 pm
  • Community Club Leaders: Maria Hines, Tuopioneers4h@gmail.com
     or 209-533-8771