Dare County 4-H Clubs
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- The OBX Wave Riders club is for ages 8-18. The club meets once a month during the school year and covers STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) topics!
- The Mini Dirt Diggers club is for ages 5-10. The club meets weekly during the summer and covers gardening curriculum. They manage their own garden plot at the Roanoke Island Community Garden and partner with Mano al Hermano.
- The 4-H Press Corps is a photography club for ages 12-18 that takes pictures at Dare County 4-H events and helps contribute to social media platforms. We are looking for a caring adult leader that is interested in photography to lead this club!
- The Dare County 4-H Marksmanship Club (more information soon!)
Start a 4-H Club!
We welcome the opportunity for additional clubs within Dare County! A club requires at least 5 youth from 3 different families and a caring adult volunteer. Please review the Club Leader Role Description. Clubs can cover a wide range of topics such as science, livestock, horses, service projects, robotics, art, etc.
Check out the North Carolina 4-H Clubs mainpage.
Club Enrollment Forms
- 4-H Club Charter Application
- 4-H Code of Conduct Form
- 4-H Enrollment Form
- 4-H Medical Form
- 4-H Non-Discrimination Letter
- Declaration of Intent to Compete Form
4-H Club Operation Forms
Potential Club Topics (4-H Leaders Needed)
- Goldfish Club or Small Animal Club (Cloverbud Club for ages 5-7): take care of a small animal for a set period of time, record the progress, then “show” the animal at the end of the year.
- SPIN Club: Choose a topic and lead a club for 6 weeks instead of a full year!
- Community Club: Focused on Dare County and the creation of a service project to be enacted throughout the year.
- Butterfly Club: Learn about the growth of butterflies and receive your own kit to watch them grow.
- Environmental Education: Utilize the natural environment in Dare County by learning about environmental sciences, coastal restoration, living shorelines, and more.
- Other ideas welcome!!!
If you are interested in starting a club give us a call (252-473-4290) or email Ruth Perkins (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we can get started!
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For more information and for accommodations for persons with disabilities, contact the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Dare County Center at 252-473-4290 or email email@example.com.
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