4-H Clubs in Oneida County

What is a 4-H Club?

Most 4-H’ers join a local club at some point. Clubs are fun, regular gatherings where they:

  • Make friends
  • Find help with their 4-H projects
  • 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 University of Minnesota 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?

Most clubs welcome anybody in kindergarten through one year past high school and interested in any project area. Youngsters in kindergarten through second grade join as Cloverbuds. Clubs may meet after school, in the evening or on the weekend. There are community clubs and local clubs for residents of one housing complex. There are clubs in nearly every Wisconsin county and also in Indian nations. You may meet people you already know or a whole new set of friends.

Watch the video below to learn more (This video was created by the University of Minnesota-Extension, but is applicable to Wisconsin, as well):

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 Program Coordinator, 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.

4-H Clubs in Oneida County, Wisconsin:

Keep it in the Northwoods 4-H Club (Rhinelander-based)

Contact the Oneida County 4-H Office at 715-365-2750 or email Anne Williams, 4- H Program Coordinator at apwilliams@wisc.edu to learn more about the Keep it in the Northwoods 4-H Club and how to join!

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 Coordinator

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


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