Welcome to the Jack County 4-H program!
Texas 4-H is the youth development program of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. 4-H is a club for kids and teens starting at 3rd grade. The purpose for this program is for boys and girls to earn the opportunity to learn by doing and develop the leadership, knowledge, attitudes, and skills they need to grow to be caring and contributing members of society.
Youth members are required to pay a $25.00 participation fee if enrolled by October 31st and a $30.00 fee from November 1st to the close of the 4-H year. Adult volunteer leaders are registered each year also and it is a $10.00 applicant fee.
Youth, Kindergarten- 2nd grade, are 4-H Clover Kid members. The Clover Kid program is a noncompetitive learning experience, to build social skills through projects and activities, with no charge of membership. All Clover Kids who participate will receive a participation ribbon.
Members must enroll on 4-H connect: 4-H Connect Click on the online enrollment and registration box.
Texas 4-H extends participation without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, disability, or handicap.
Newsletters are put out the beginning of every month with information on upcoming events and dates. Don’t forget to “Like” and “follow” your local 4-H club’s on Facebook to keep up with all the upcoming activities around the community.
Please contact the Jack County Extension Office 940-567-2123 if you have any questions about 4-H or if you would like additional information.
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