County 4-H clubs reorganizing, looking for new members

Sunday, September 25, 2011

The Carroll County 4-H clubs are reorganizing and seeking new members. The purpose of these clubs is to give youth ages 5-l9 an opportunity to participate in the youth development educational program of the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service.

Youth in 4-H clubs will learn life skills, enhance leadership skills, and increase self esteem while serving in a number of community service projects.

Youth in 4-H clubs have an opportunity to compete in a number of competitive activities, attend camps, and earn scholarships for education.

The following is a list of Carroll County 4-H community clubs and project clubs:

* Carrollton Community

* Kountry Kousins

* Dry Fork/Metalton Community

* North Polo (and Berryville) Community

* Beef Project Club

* Crazy Cropper Project Club

* Goat Project Club

* Leadership Group

* Ridge Riders Horse Project Club

* Sheep Project Club

* Shooting Sports Project Club

* Swine Project Club

* T.R.E.K.S. -- Teaching Responsible Environmental Knowledge & Skills -- Project Group.

Unit membership in these clubs and their program benefits are available to all youth ages 5-19 regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status.

For more information on club leaders, meetings times and places, 4-H club membership or program benefits, call (870) 423-2958.

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