4-H Project Clubs

4-H members in Robertson County may choose a project club that meets their interests.  There are several choices of project clubs currently offered.  If there is enough interest and an adult volunteer to lead a project group, we will add additional options.  If someone in the 4th – 12th grade is not a member of Robertson County  4-H, they will need to complete an enrollment form.

Cooking Club

Open to current 5th – 7th grade students. 
Meets monthly (starts in October, 2013) on the second Monday at 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.

Be a global gourmet, learning basic cooking and kitchen skills, while learning about foods of other countries. Projects such as food science and nutrition, health and fitness are available for competition. To sign up, contact Ms. Judy Kovach.

Shooting Sports Club

Open to current 4th – 12th grade students

There are three disciplines in the shooting sports program, archery, BB, and shotgun.  Each program has different requirements and categories. The groups meet separately for practices and to prepare for competitions in the spring. Leaders are required to attend a state certification program to lead shooting sports. Safety is the number one consideration.  Projects such as engineering and safety science, forestry & wildlife, and performing arts/recreation are available for competition and scholarships. To find out more about these groups, contact the specific leader listed below:

BB – grades 4-8 – Contact Timmy Mann for more info.
Archery – grades 4-12 – Contact Tracy McPherson for more info. Archery Facebook Page
Shotgun – grades 5-12 – Contact Denise Routzahn for more info. Shotgun Facebook Page

Media Masters Videography Club

Open to current 9th – 12th grade students

Join the 4-H Media Masters club to learn more about videography and photography, careers, filmmaking, etc. The group was organized in January 2012 and has submitted videos for national competition. Programs have included a tour of Channel 5 television studios, interview with the editor of the Times, and participation in the National 4-H Film Festival. Entries in the film festival have resulted in three second place awards. An application is available. You can learn more about Media Masters on FB at Robertson County 4-H Media Masters. Projects such as computers and technology, communication, and photography are available for competition and scholarships. Contact: Kathy Finley

Horse Project Club

Open to 4th – 12th grade students.

The Robertson County 4-H Horse Project Club meets monthly to learn and share about their project.  Youth interested in learning more about the horse project are encouraged to join.  In addition to the Horse Club meetings, there are opportunities to participate in competitions, such as horse shows, horse judging, Horse Bowl and Hippology contests.  There are also competitions for horse speech, horse exhibit and horse demonstration. The club maintains a Facebook presence at Robertson County 4-H Horse Project.  Volunteer leaders Ms. Jan Poss and Mr. John Ed Tabb have worked with the horse project.  For more information, contact Timmy Mann.

Goat Club

Open to 4th – 12th grade students

Goats are the fastest growing livestock numbers in Tennessee.  Robertson County is no exception, as many youth enjoy owning and showing goats. The Robertson County 4-H Goat Club meets monthly to learn about goats, to plan and prepare for goat shows, and to just have fun! They conduct service projects, market 4-H and their club at local businesses, such as the Farmers Co-op, Tractor Supply and Dorris Milling. Michelle Armistead, is the volunteer providing leadership for the club. Or contact Timmy Mann