4-H Clubs in Hamilton County

For the health and safety of our 4-H community, we will be following the local Health Department’s recommendations for meeting.  Please contact your club leader to confirm your meeting date.

Adams Township

Meeting Dates & Location:
Meets on the 3rd Monday, November-June, unless it is a holiday, then the meetings move to the 4th Monday (January/February) from 7:00-8:00 p.m. at Sheridan High/Middle School cafeteria. Sheridan Ag is open to all ages participating in a wide variety of projects. Facebook page for updates:

https://www.facebook.com/Sheridan-Ag-4-H-Club-149348371786474/

Map/Directions:  Sheridan High School

Club Leaders:
Brenda Waitt (317-441-9433)
Carol Miller (317-625-3196)
Kayla Tobias (317-379-2853)
Emily Hale (317-941-0077)

 

 

Clay Township

Meeting Dates & Location:
meets at Cornerstone Lutheran Church Carmel at 131st Street and Gray Road on the 3rd Monday (January-June). Dues are $5.00 per member or $10.00 per family and are used for club activities and recruitment. This club has both girls and boys.

Map/Directions:  Cornerstone Lutheran Church Carmel

Club Leaders: 
Kevin Kiser (317-873-0696)
Bob Finkbeiner (317-250-6992)
Kristi Graham (317-441-8191)

 

 

Meeting Dates & Location:
meet the 3rd Wednesday (January-June) of the month at the Carmel Lions Club from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Membership consists of both boys and girls. Dues are $5 per member.

Map/Directions:  Carmel Lions Club

Club Leaders:
Donna Jones (317-846-5698)
Lisa Mills (317-908-6362)
Tom Mills (317-281-6614)
Lucinda Belt (317-646-3830)
Betty Estridge (317-846-2281)
Amber Blakley (317-850-1200)

 

Meeting Dates & Location:
is primarily virtual-based with limited in-person meetings leading up to the Hamilton County 4-H fair; membership is primarily made up of families who are members of Hamilton County and Northeast Indianapolis Catholic Home Education groups. This club is a mix of boys and girls.

Club Leaders:
Cathy Wahnsiedler (317-440-8542)
Lucy Wahnsiedler (317-550-9440)

 

Meeting Dates & Location:
meets monthly January-July on the west side of Carmel on various Saturday/Sunday afternoons.. Members should be willing to volunteer at the State Fair Education Station in August. Contact club leader for meeting location/schedule. 

Club Leaders:
Jeff Scott (317-250-8945).

 

Meeting Dates & Location:
meets September-June on the 3rd Sunday from 5-6 p.m. (See club leader for calendar and meeting locations.) The club is a casual club of boys and girls primarily from Carmel participating in a variety of projects and a community service project. Meetings focus on the interests of the membership.  Annual dues are $5 per family.

Club Leaders:
Julie Cabral (317-373-1506)
Christy Denault (317-417-6322).

 

Delaware, Fall Creek, Wayne Township

Meeting Dates & Location:
meet once a month on a Wednesday (January-June) from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds (meeting room varies based upon availability). This is a general 4-H Club with members taking a variety of projects

Map/Directions:   Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Club Leaders:
Susie Strange (317-502-5227)
Jamie Baber (317-441-5238)

Meeting Dates & Location:
meet once a month on a Monday (November-June) from 7-8 p.m. at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds. This is a general interest club. We regularly have project demonstrations, community service, and social activities. Members share experiences, ask questions, participate in leadership opportunities, and have fun.

Map/Directions:  Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Club Leaders:
Katie Lichtenberger (219-510-7304; katherinelichtenberger@gmail.com )
Colleen Dekker (317-989-7011).

 

Meeting Dates & Location:
meet the 2nd Wednesday of the month from 1-3 p.m. at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds. This is a general interest group with membership consisting primarily of children who are home schooled. They have guest speakers, hands-on activities, outside service, and social activities.

Map/Directions:  Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Club Leaders (text or call):
Jenny Rumple (317-670-4202)
Kim Macky (317-529-3839)
Tammy Delgado (619-888-7617)
Christina Wolfe (317-270-4510)

 

Meeting Dates & Location

meet the 2nd Tuesday (September-June) of the month at 6:30 p.m.  at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds. Dues for the club are $5-$10 and occasionally members are asked for a few dollars for supplies or to bring items in for a project. This group is involved in many diverse 4-H projects and are very active in community service projects (Veterans, Elderly, and At-Risk Families).

Map/Directions:  Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Club Leaders:
Lynn Murphy (317-450-2895)
Kristin Henseleit (219-851-3418)

 

Meeting Dates & Location:
meet on the 3rd Tuesday (August-June, no meetings in November or December) from 7:00-8:00 p.m. at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds. The club is a mix of boys and girls taking a variety of projects. Meetings are geared toward helping 4-H’ers feel comfortable working as a group and having fun too. Everyone is given the opportunity to give a casual talk or demonstration which is incorporated into the agenda.

Map/Directions:  Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Club Leaders:
Lori Fox (317-523-5111)

 

 

Meeting Dates & Location: 
meet tentatively the 3rd Tuesday of the month (February-June) at 19962 Prairie Baptist Rd. in Noblesville at 5:30 p.m.

Map/Directions:  19962 Prairie Baptist Rd., Noblesville

Club Leader:

Holly Lawson Garber (317-379-3703, hjgarber@gmail.com)

 

Jackson Township

Meeting Dates & Location:
meet on the 2nd Thursday of the month (January-June) at 6:30 p.m. at the Arcadia Town Hall. Dues are $5.00. This club is a general  4-H Club with members taking a variety of projects. The club focuses on community service projects and oversees grilled cheese making in the producer tent during the fair. 

Map/Directions:  Arcadia Town Hall

Club Email:  husky4hers@gmail.com

Club Leaders: 
Cheri Hartwick (317-696-4385)
Shannon Mann (317-727-0346)
Jenni Wilson (317-557-7700)
Annissa Happel (317-409-9264).

 

Meeting Dates & Location:  
meet once a month (January-September) at Beck’s Hybrids in Atlanta. The leaders focus on leadership, communication skills, community service, and hope that the 4-H members will gain qualities that will benefit them for life. A mentor program gives the Junior Leaders a chance to pair up with a first year member and help them have a successful beginning to 4-H. We look forward to sharing an exciting 4-H experience with you.

Map/Directions:  Beck’s Hybrids in Atlanta

Club Leaders:
Amanda Baitz (317-910-7785)
Sasha Reynolds (317-341-3048)

 

Noblesville Township

Meeting Dates & Location:
meets once a month on Sunday afternoons from 2-3 p.m. at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds January-August. Dues are $5 per child payable at the first meeting of the year. The club consists of boys and girls taking a variety of projects. Meetings are run by the club's elected officer team, with all members encouraged to run for election..

Map/Directions:  Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Club Leader:
Jaime Whitlock (317-514-3146) jmwhitlock2@gmail.com

 

Meeting Dates & Location:
meet the last Wednesday of each month (January-June) from 7:00-8:00 p.m. at the 4-H Fairgrounds. Boys and girls of all ages are    welcome. Dues are $5.00 (to be used for club activities).

Map/Directions:  Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Club Leaders:
Lee Ann Lockwood (765-292-2067)

Meeting Dates & Location:
meet the 2nd Monday of the month in the at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds.

Map/Directions:  Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Club Leaders:
Beth Moody (317-224-8331)
Kristin Moody (317-625-6607)
Jamie Scheiter (317-523-6667)

Meeting Dates & Location:
meet the 3rd Thursday of the month (year round except for October, July, & August) from 7:00-8:00 p.m. at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds. Yearly dues are $5.00.

Map/Directions:  Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Club Leaders:
Jennifer Chance (317-371-6061)
Sara Schaefer (317-371-2594)
Caryn Murdock (317-690-7316).

 

Meeting Dates & Location:
Meets the 2nd Monday of the month February-July from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds (meeting room varies based upon availability). Club members enjoy a variety of 4-H projects. The Officer Leadership team plans and carries out monthly meetings which consists of guest speakers, hands-on activities, and community service projects. A celebratory family pitch-in dinner is a fun event for the July meeting. Club meeting communications are sent out monthly via email to all members’ families. The club has a closed Facebook page to share pictures and 4-H information. Dues are $5.00 per calendar year. 

Map/Directions:  Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Club Leader:
Heather Bennett (317-410-2227)

 

 

Washington Township

Meeting Dates & Location: 
meet once a month at the Westfield Library.

Map/Directions:  Westfield Library

Club Leaders:

Tiffany Young (317-727-1876)
Jill Graber (317-374-1639)

 

Meeting Dates & Location:
meet once a month (traditionally the 2nd Tuesday) January-July at 7:00 p.m. Meeting location is being finalized. Dues consist of working a 4 hour shift at the club’s Fruit Stand during the 4-H Fair. This is an established club that is experiencing new growth. New members are welcome and parental involvement is encouraged.

Club Leaders:
Cheryl Armstrong (317-752-4715) 

 

Currently looking for leadership.  If interested, please contact Kris Grinstead.

Currently looking for leadership.  If interested, please contact Kris Grinstead.

White River Township

Meeting Dates & Location:

Meeting dates will be set at the beginning of the year. Members are from several townships and range from first to ten year members. The club participates in a variety of projects and community service. 

Club Leaders:
Suzy McMahon (317-459-7359) 
Angie McNew (317-626-8270)

Meeting Dates & Location:

meet one time per month (January-June) at the Community Building/Walnut Grove. Members are all ages with a majority taking livestock projects. 

Club Leader:
Sandi Miller (phone or text 317-509-9443).

Meeting Dates & Location:
meets every 2nd Monday (February-June) from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds.

Map/Directions:  Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Club Leaders
Missi Piel (317-431-8881) 
Emily Kuhn (317-691-3708).

 

 

County Project Clubs *Indicates the club meets at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Meeting Dates & Location:
This is a project/club that teaches you how to train your dog and have a lot of fun while getting to know your dog. All you need is some time, patience, and a dog. Your dog doesn't have to be pure bred or registered; we know mixed breeds make wonderful pets. The dog project's first meeting is Tuesday, February 28 at 7:00 p.m. in the Llama Barn at the Hamilton County    4-H Fairgrounds. NO DOGS AT THIS MEETING! It is our organizational meeting, where we will explain the program and distribute information. Starting Tuesday, March 14, we begin training and continue every Tuesday through  July 11. At these weekly meetings, we will teach you and your dog some basic obedience commands and prepare you for a dog show held before the Hamilton County 4-H Fair. Our motto: "To make the family pet a better family member."

Map/Directions:   Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Club Leaders:
Lynda Arbuckle (317-773-5758)
Dawn Moos (317-213-8515)

 

Meeting Dates & Location:
Meet at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds. Start dates and times are still being determined for 2022. This specialty club teaches teamwork and coordination through clogging. Parents and siblings are welcome to dance with their child. There is a $3.00 donation for parents which goes toward the club’s outings, outfits, etc. Activities include workshops and performances.

Map/Directions:   Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Club Leaders:
Amanda Morrow (317-341-2679) 
Cathy Ridings (317-727-2259)
Eric Morrow (317-796-7454)

Meeting Dates & Location:
focuses mainly on the Horse & Pony project. Meetings are the 1st Monday of each month (with the exception of April to accommodate spring break and no meetings held August-January) at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds-meeting room varies based upon availability. Meetings are held as workshops in the Horse & Pony complex from mid-May until the county fair, and are EVERY Monday with additional days possibly added. Dues are $10.00 for the 1st member with a maximum of $20.00 per family. 

Map/Directions:   Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Club Leaders:
Dawn Crane (317-445-4030) 
Amy Landis (317-435-6227)
Susan Byer (317-374-5799)

Meeting Dates & Location:
meets monthly (September-June) at various locations determined by the club. Members may be a member of another club. Meetings will include sheep topics and opportunities to meet other youth interested in the sheep industry. Parents and all sheep project members are encouraged to attend.

Club Leader:
Renee Beckner (765-479-4929)

Meeting Dates & Location:

Rabbit club meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month (January-August) from 7:00-8:30 p.m. at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds. Information on rabbit care, project requirements, and preparing for Rabbit Ambassador showmanship contest is shared at the meetings. Although the rabbit project is the main interest of this club as a specialty, Harey Hoppers is a full 4-H club for many 4-H youth and other projects are also taken. There are no formal dues to be paid to the club, however, all 4-H rabbit project members are asked to sign up for work duties during the fair.

Map/Directions:   Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Club Leaders:
Jerry Urbanus (317-508-9183)
Jeff Harpham (317-691-4490)
Sabine Whitmer (317-508-3317)
Todd VonBlon (317-625-2469)
Dustin Newman (317-627-1382)
Liz Newman (317-902-1855)
Tom Koch (317-439-4344)
Desna Aspy (317-727-7828)
Jaime Shamo (480-250-5958)

 

Meeting Dates & Location:

is a Llama club of all ages, boys and girls working together, learning large animal care, and training llamas. Llamas may be leased to show at the 4-H Fair.

Club Leaders:
Marilyn Nenni (317-418-2258)
Lisa Sims (317-501-3932)

4-H Robotics excites youth about robotics and STEM education in youth programming, building, teamwork, and problem solving skills. Currently coding Lego Mindstorm EV3s.

Meeting Dates & Location:
Meetings are usually held at the Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds 

Map/Directions:   Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Leader:
Currently looking for leadership. 

 

Meeting Dates & Location:
Is a club that helps develop the knowledge, skills, and attitude to properly handle and fire various types of firearms and archery gear. The following disciplines are available: Hunter Education, Archery, Muzzleloading, Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun, and Outdoor Skills.

Map/Directions:   Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds

Shooting Sports Coordinator: 
Brandon Adomatis (317-506-8867)

 

Meeting Dates & Location: 

Club Leader:
Kimberley Shields (317-260-6744)