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4-H Club and Leader Information

December 31, 2020
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4-H Clubs

Carroll Co. has 14 organized 4-H clubs.  The majority of these are Community clubs.  Plus, there are 3 project clubs.

Community clubs are located in most of the townships in Carroll Co.  The Community clubs meet 1 - 2 times a month from Nov. through the Fair.  Community clubs offer a broad and general 4-H background.  Some of the activities in a community club include: officers, demonstrations, programs, community service projects, make a float for the 4-H parade, paint a barrell for the fair, club picnic and / or club field trip.

Project clubs focus on a single project.  The project clubs are:  Junior Leaders, Shooting Sports, and Young Wranglers (horse and pony).



Adults are needed for “4-H Volunteers”, also known as Club Leaders, Project Leaders, 4-H Exhibit Board members, Animal committee members and helpers during the fair.


Junior Leaders

Youth in grades 7 - 12 can join 4-H Junior Leaders.  The Carroll Co. 4-H Junior Leaders meet from Sept. - Aug. each year. The have monthly programs / activities / trips.

Last year, the Carroll County 4-H Junior Leaders served their community through twelve service projects and other leadership projects that:

In addition to learning leadership and citizenship skills through Junior Leader activities, teens become part of the community. As one participant said, “My favorite part of Junior Leaders is helping others.”


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