The  4-H  Youth  Development  program creates opportunities and supportive  environments  for youth and adults to become capable, competent  and  caring  citizens.   The  emphasis  is  on  "hands-on" learning that focuses on the youth's area of interest. Programs are conducted  with  the  help  of parents, adult volunteer leaders, and professional  staff  who  organize   educational experiences. Youth participate  in  organized  4-H  clubs, special interest and project groups,  4-H  school  enrichment  programs,  4-H  camp,  and other special activities.

 

 

4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills.

 

4-H Pledge

I pledge my HEAD to clearer thinking,

my HEART to greater loyalty,

my HANDS to larger service,

and my HEALTH for better living,

for my Club, my Community, my Country, and my World.

 

4-H Motto

To Make the Best Better!

 

Find Hancock County 4-H on Facebook!!

 


 

Click links for more information:

 

4-H Youth Enrollment Form

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4-H Youth Development Newsletter

Summer 2017

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2017 Fair Guidelines

Arts

Communication & Leadership

Consumer Financial Education

Crops

Electricity

Entomology/Honey

Food

Food Recipes

Food Preservation

Food Preservation Recipes

Forestry

Geology

Home Environment

Horticulture

Needlework

Photography

Rabbits

Sewing

Tobacco

Trends

Woodscience

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Hancock County 4-H Youth Development Clubs

(Below are the links to just a few of our awesome 4-H Clubs)

If you would like information on joining one of our 4-H Clubs or even starting a new club, please contact the Hancock County Cooperative Extension Service Officeat 270-927-6618.

 

4-H Shooting Sports Club

 

4-H After-School Clubs

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For more information contact Lisa Hagman at 270-927-6618 or by email at lhagman@uky.edu

 

Educational programs of the Cooperative Extension  serve all people regardless of race, color, age, sex, religion, disability, or national origin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Disabilities accomodated with prior notification.

 

This web page was prepared by Amy Buck, Staff Assistant