4-H Youth Development

4-H Teacher Training
4-H Teacher Training

What is 4-H?
Young people participate in 4-H through clubs, special interest groups, after-school programs, camps and many other activities.  “Learning by Doing” through hands-on activities and community involvement empowers 4-H’ers to develop and strengthen life skills.  Although there are many common activities, each county in Tennessee has its own unique program and areas of emphasis.  4-H is a unique educational program for boys and girls in grades 4th through 12th.  4-H is open to everyone and provides equal opportunities in all programs. Educational programs offered through local county and city school systems and community clubs. Over 60 projects available including, but not limited to citizenship, leadership, photography, public speaking, nutrition, livestock, etc…

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Contact Information

Tim Roberts

Michael Owen

Kelly Ravlija

Kyla Szemplinski

4-H Activities
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Click on the 4-H Activities to learn about several activities and contest. They will be announced each month at your 4-H meetings.
Special Clubs
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Check out the different project groups and special clubs. This is a great opportunity for youth to get involved to learn more in-depth knowledge about projects.
4-H Community Clubs
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A 4-H community club is an organized group of at least five youth from three different families supported by at least one 4-H adult volunteer Club Leader.

Other 4-H Activities

4-H Wildlife, Forestry, & Fisheries Project Group

4-H Sewing Project Group

4-H Photography Group

4-H Forestry Judging Team

4-H Life Skills

(Science, Engineering, & Technology)