4-H'ers and Police Join Hands in Service
On the MOOve with the Clever Clovers Club
4-H'er Shows Community Spirit
Local 4-H'er Says,
"Count Me In!"
Soaring to New Heights with 4-H!
4-H Club Bring Animals, Comfort to Nursing Home Residents
What's all the Fuss?
Mary Claire and Elizabeth reflect on their Teen Conference experiences.
Youth Develop Positive Life Skills through Archery Grant
4-H'er Callie Patteson recently participated in a TEDxYouth Talk entitled, "One Person CAN Make a Difference".
Discover and Learn 4-H Club Brings Food to the Table for Strafford County Families!
4-H youth in Strafford, NH win grant to alleviate childhood hunger.
4-H'er Cole Atherton puts his team of steers to work at a local elementary school. Turns out, there are a lot of things you can do with a team.
4-H Grows HERE
Over 15,000 youth statewide have been involved in one or more aspects of the 4-H Youth Development Program and Strafford County boasts over one dozen active, year-round clubs for youth focusing on a variety of topics like STEM, gardening, textiles, and archery!
4-H has over 50 project areas which are connected to nationally reviewed curriculum and activity guides. In 4-H you can get involved in projects from animal husbandry to robotics and technology! If you are a youth, or parent of a youth, between the ages of 5 and 18, find out how you can get involved by visiting:
4-H involves hundreds of dedicated and caring adult volunteers who commit thousands of hours annually to improving the lives of youth in New Hampshire. We believe strongly in positive youth-adult partnerships and are always looking for new volunteers for a variety of roles ranging from one time event support to on-going club leaders. If you are an adult looking to make an impact in the lives of youth, visit:
Already involved? Then you know what an amazing role 4-H can play in your life and the lives of others! To find forms, scholarship applications and event information, visit:
If you would like more information please call the Strafford County 4-H office at (603) 749-4445, or e-mail Kristen Lyons, 4-H Program Coordinator at Kristen.Lyons@unh.edu