4-H Clubs in Oneida County

Learn more about 4-H Clubs in Oneida County!

ALL are welcome! No 4-H experience necessary!

(You can register days in advance or minutes before the program. Click on the link above or call 715-365-2750 and staff can register you. You will need an email address to receive the Zoom link.)

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Have you heard the news?!?! A new 4-H Club is being started in Oneida County!

4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 17, at Nicolet Area Technical College in Rhinelander!

Meet other families who want to gather monthly to learn, lead, and laugh (have fun!!!)

Please RSVP here if you will be attending – or email apwilliams@wisc.edu – or call 715-365-2750. This helps us plan for supplies, materials, etc. Thank you!

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What is a 4-H Club?

4-H Clubs are fun, regular gatherings where youth can:

  • Make friends

  • Find help exploring topics and projects they are interested in.

  • Find leadership opportunities

  • Take part in culturally-specific activities and other activities and events

Clubs offer:

  • Small-group learning
  • Caring adult volunteer leaders who are screened, trained and guided by local UW-Extension staff
  • Grounding in research-backed curriculum and best practices for nonformal learning
  • Support to help you dive deep into project learning

What happens in clubs? Will my friends be there?

Anyone in kindergarten through one year past high school can join a 4-H club. Youngsters in kindergarten through second grade join as Cloverbuds. Clubs may meet after school, in the evening or on the weekend. You may meet people you already know or a whole new set of friends.

What is 4-H?

What do you do in a 4-H Club? (MN 4-H made a great video that answers this!):


Who manages clubs? Can I be a club leader?

Leading a club is one very important role that an adult volunteer can play. Club leaders don’t work alone! All volunteers are screened, receive training & ongoing support from local Extension staff and have access to materials. Call Anne Williams, Oneida County 4-H Educator, at 715-365-2750 or email apwilliams@wisc.edu to find out how you can start a 4-H club or becoming a 4-H adult volunteer leader.


Three Parts of a 4-H Club Meeting (Leading, Learning, Laughing):

How Youth Lead in 4-H Clubs:


How to Laugh and Have Fun in 4-H Clubs:


How Youth and Adults Make Decisions in 4-H Clubs:


 Questions? Need clarification? Contact Oneida County 4-H Staff:

 Anne Williams, Oneida County UW-Extension 4-H Program Educator

                              Phone: 715-365-2750     Email: apwilliams@wisc.edu

 

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