There are several special programs and project groups offered in Shelby County. If you are interested in some of these please contact us to learn more. Below are some of these clubs.
4-H Special Clubs
The following are opportunities for you to get involved with to increase your knowledge and have lots of fun enjoying. You can pick one or as many as you would like to enter.
4-H Shooting Sports
The 4-H Shooting Sports program is available to all 5th-12th grade 4-H members. New members are required to complete an educational class before attending the practices. Leaders have completed extensive training offered by The University of Tennessee. Practices are held on Monday evenings.
Shooting Sports offers youth the opportunity to learn appropriate skills to succeed in a variety of shooting sports and related areas such as archery, riflery and pistols. Currently, Air Rifle meets every Tuesday at the Memphis Sport Shooting Association and Air Pistol meets on Fridays at the Glenview Community Center. For more information and to find out meeting times, please contact:
Air Rifle: Mr. Jim Miller, JMiller66@comcast.com
Air Pistol: Mr. Van Phillips, VanPhill@gmail.com
Shelby County 4-H has two horse clubs available for 4th-12th grade members. The Shelby County 4-H Horse Club meetings are held at the Extension office and the Germantown 4-H Horse Club meetings are held at the library in Germantown.
Woodstock Ghost Riders 4-H Project Group: Meets twice a month at West Union Cumberland Presbyterian Church or their stables. You don’t have to own a horse to participate, they are open to anyone interested in horses. For more information, contact Mrs. Lydia Holland,
4-H Honor Club
The Shelby County 4-H Honor Club is open to all 6th-12th grade 4-H members. The club meets the 1st Tuesday of each month at the Extension office. The main goal of this club is to increase leadership and citizenship opportunities.