Chateaugay Adventurers 4-H Club

Chateaugay Adventurers 4-H Club

4-H Clubs

4-H Clubs provide a wide variety of opportunities for young people aged 5-to-19. More than 300 youth are enrolled in our 4-H Club program, in groups that are as varied as your imagination. Members of 4-H clubs are learning about environmental issues, veterinary medicine, science, engineering and technology (SET), sewing skills, healthy lifestyles, and having fun in the process!

If youth have a hobby or interest that they would like to explore, and enjoy being with friends, join a 4-H club where members learn something new while having fun, improving communication and leadership skills, and serving their community. If there isn't already a 4-H club that meets your needs, our 4-H staff can help a parent or adult volunteer organize and support a club.

Why 4-H Clubs?

Franklin County 4-H Club Opportunities:

  • Dairy
  • Poultry
  • Horse
  • Beef
  • Traditional including Community Service, Public Speaking, Cooking and More
  • Independent Members

If you would like to provide positive opportunities to youth in your area, consider becoming a new club leader in your community. 4-H staff provides orientation, on-going training, access to resources and help you build connections to other leaders. 

Contact

Diane DuMont
4-H Program Educator, 4-H Club Coordinator, Livestock Educator
drd9@cornell.edu
(518) 483-7403

Last updated March 4, 2015