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4-H Youth Program
What is 4-H?
4-H is the youth development arm of Colorado State University. Other support for the 4-H program comes from the local government, state government, and the US Department of Agriculture.
4-H is a youth organization that belongs to the members, their families, and interested adults who serve as volunteer leaders, under the direction and guidance of your County Extension Office. This organization provides learning experiences designed to help youth develop life skills such as goal setting & organization, communication, citizenship, decision-making, leadership, interpersonal relations, community involvement, and global awareness.
This mission is accomplished through the involvement of parents, volunteer leaders, and other adults who recognize and conduct educational experiences in community and family settings.
4-H is young people sharing, doing, and learning together in all kinds of projects, events, and activities in an informal situation with the guidance of their families and other volunteer leaders.
4-H Project Examples
4-H Clubs – Bailey Area
Hamburger Helpers – Bailey, CO 1st Monday of the month at 6:30pm at Shepherd of the Rockies Church
Hooves,Paws N More – Bailey, CO: Meets 1st Tuesday of the Month at Bailey Library 7:00pm
Mountain Masters 4-H Club- Pine, CO Meets 1st Monday of the month at 6pm
4-H Clubs – Fairplay Area
Buckskin Joe’s– Fairplay, CO: Meets 1st Friday of the Month at Fairplay Community Center 4:00pm
Columbine Kids – Fairplay, CO: Meets 3rd Tuesday of the Month at Fairplay Community Center 4:30pm
Spurring to Success– Fariplay, CO: Meets 3rd Saturday of the month at 10am at the Fairplay Community Center
Stay up to date with our clubs by following the individual clubs on their pages and Park County 4-H on Facebook
For more information on Park County 4-H contact:
CSU Extension Park County
or by email email@example.com