Kent County 4-H
We are glad you took the time to find out more about 4-H in Kent County!
Kent County Clubs
For more than a century, young children have benefited from the education and confidence of 4-H. Chances are if you’ve ever met anyone who has been in 4-H, they’ll tell you they’re a 4-Her for life!
4-H is for all youth, ages 5 to 19 years old. It is open to everyone, regardless of race, religion, color, sex or place of residence. In order to be a 4-H member, you must join a club. For younger children, please look into our Cloverbuds program.
If you are interested in joining a 4-H club in Kent County, please see our club listing document below.
Embryology, or the process of hatching chicks from eggs, is a fun, hands-on learning experience for children. This program teaches students about science and respect for life. For more information on bringing the Embryology Project to your school contact Kristin Cook at email@example.com.
Delaware Military Kids
DMK is a statewide 4-H program housed here in Kent County, because of its close proximity to Dover Air Force Base, that supports youth in military families. The program is open to children associated with all branches of service. For more information visit the Delaware Military Kids 4-H page.
2020 Clover Newsletters
- June Clover 2020
- May Clover 2020
- April Clover 2020
- March Clover 2020
- February Clover 2020
- January Clover 2020
2019 Clover Newsletters
- - March 27, 2020
- Clothing and Textile Showcase 2020
- Day Camp
- - March to July, 2020
- Window Display (Google Form)
- Trim-A-Tree (Google Form)
- Younger Member Camp Out (Google Form)
County Awards & Achievement Banquet Information
- Public Presentation Award
Junior Council Minutes
Interested in becoming a Junior Council Officer?
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