Camden 4-H Clubs
Camden County currently has several 4-H Clubs to choose from! Call the office (252-331-7630) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to join or get more information.
Camden County 4-H Shooting Sports is for ages 9-18. They practice twice a month, have educational meetings once every two months and compete in the Eastern District 4-H Shooting Sports Tournament. Youth are welcome to join throughout the year. Check out their Facebook page.
Lucky Leafers 4-H Club is largely for youth ages 5-8 though older youth are welcome to join! They meet twice a month and focus on different projects and hands-on activities based on the youth’s interest. Check out their Facebook page.
Reaching for the Stars 4-H Club is a 4-H community club for youth 8 and up. They focus on a variety of projects based on youth’s interest and complete projects together. They also complete a community service project each year. Check out their Facebook page.
Barns and Boots 4-H Club is a livestock focused club. Youth meet once a month to learn about livestock as well as work on community service and leadership. During the months leading up to the Albemarle 4-H Livestock Show and Sale members are focused on working with their animals.
Patriot Ridge Riders 4-H Club is a horse focused club for youth of any age. Youth meet the first and third Monday of each month to learn about horses, showing horses and caring for horses. Youth also work in completing project records and preparing for competitions.
Camden Natural Resources Conservation Club is for middle and high school age youth where they will explore hands-on learning around natural resource conservation and compete in regional, state and national Envirothon competitions.
Starting a Club
We welcome the opportunity for additional clubs within Camden County! A club requires at least 5 youth from 3 different families and a caring adult volunteer and can cover a wide range of topics such as science, livestock, horses, service projects, robotics, art, etc. If you are interested in starting a club as youth or as a volunteer give us call (252-331-7630) or email (email@example.com) and we can get started! Check out this flyer for information on how to start a club.
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For more information and for accommodations for persons with disabilities, contact the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Camden County Center at 252-331-7630 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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