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Adair County 4-H New Club Registration

By Tony Rose, Agent for 4-H Youth Development
Adair County Extension Service

Adair County 4-H is taking registrations for all our 4-H clubs. You are welcome to sign up for as many as you are interested. We are planning to start in person meetings in March. So if you sign up you will receive an email with the details about the first meeting for each Club or group. The registration deadline to sign up is February 21, 2022, so emails about specific club meeting dates in March will come out after that.

The registration deadline is February 21, 2022. Here is the link to the link to the on line registration: uky.az1.qualtrics.com

Club Offerings:


  • 4-H Shooting Sports Club 4-Hers learn and practice the safe handling of firearms. Disciplines offered: Archery, Riflery, Shotgun, Black Powder, Pistol Area/District/State Competitions available Only youth ages 9-18 may participate in this club.

  • 4-H Horse Club 4-H members learn about the art of showing horses as well as other aspects of the equine industry. Potential for District & State level competition. Each 4-Her must complete 6 educational hours annually. Only youth ages 9-18 may participate in this club.

  • 4-H Livestock Club 4-H Livestock Club Members learn about different aspects of the Livestock and Agriculture Industry. 4-Hers must complete 6 educational hours annually. Only youth ages 9- 8 may participate in this club.

  • 4-H Dog Club Youth will learn about all aspects of dogs and learn how to train their dogs. There are many different activities and projects that youth will be able to participate in. Only youth ages 9-18 may participate in this club.

  • 4-H Rabbit/Poultry Club Youth will learn about all aspects of rabbit and Poultry. This will include raising them, showing them, etc. Cloverbud youth may participate in the Club

  • 4-H Bee Club Youth will learn about bees, pollination, beekeeping, and honey. The club has its hives for teaching purposes. There will be monthly educational meetings to learn about bees and beekeeping. Youth will have hands-on activities and will help to take care of the hives. Cloverbud youth may participate in the Club

  • Outdoor Adventure Club This group will have many different areas to participate in. The group will be taking part in the 4-H Stream Team study to track water quality throughout our area. Other programs related to the environmental study will also be included. The group will participate in canoe/kayaking, hiking, and other outdoor activities. Cloverbud youth may participate in the Club

  • 4-H STEM Club Club meetings will have activities that youth will work on at club meetings but also home. Each month will have different STEM lessons and activities. Youth will receive kits containing everything needed for the project. Cloverbud youth may participate in the Club

  • Cloverbuds Cloverbuds is an opportunity to get started with activities leading up to 4-H age. Cloverbuds will meet each month and conduct hands-on projects and activities. This club is for children age 8 and under.

Educational programs of Kentucky Cooperative Extension serve all people regardless of economic or social status and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnic origin, national origin, creed, religion, political belief, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, marital status, genetic information, age, veteran status, or physical or mental disability.



This story was posted on 2022-01-28 14:34:59
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