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Robertson County 4-H Information

Welcome to Robertson County 4-H “The mission of 4-H is to help youth gain knowledge, develop skills, and form attitudes that will enable them to become self-directing, productive and contributing members of society.”

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4th-12th grade enrollment

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4th & 5th grade
6th – 12th grade

County Wide Teen and Honor Club

Meets on the first Monday at 6:30 p.m. Currently the meetings are virtual via ZOOM. The next meeting is Monday, November 2nd. The agenda includes packing Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes. If we are unable to meet in person, you can sign up to come in and put shoeboxes together.  There will be a $15 McDonalds gift card drawing for anyone who donates ten or more items for the shoeboxes. We are packing boxes for 10-14 year old boys. If you have not enrolled for the new year – you can enroll at the link above.

Upcoming service project opportunity

Although there is limited access to the Extension Office, you can drop off your contributions to Operation Christmas Child any time, 7:30 – 4:30 Monday – Friday.  We are collecting for 10-14 year old boys this year.

Recently completed service projects

The 4-H Honor Club and many other 4-H members helped place 6909 luminaries on graves at Memorial Gardens last December. The annual Christmas lighting was a wonderful experience.

  • The Horse Club served at Paradise Ranch cleaning tack (bridles, saddles, halters) for their program.
  • The County Wide 4-H Club packed 50 Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes. Global citizenship in action. ​And the project is ongoing for the 2020 year.
  • Mrs. Beirnes class collected items for the victims of the tornadoes in Middle Tennessee.
  • Mr. Hinson’s 5th grade club at Dayspring Academy cooked a meal for the WH police officers (approximately 50 people). They also got to tour the station and learned about the training that police officers receive.

County Wide 4-H Officers

President – Josie McGrew
Vice President – Allen Jones
Secretary – Aubry Mays
Assistant Secretary –
Recreation Leader –
Service Leaders – Jackson Lee, Ryan Lee and Camdin Eller

4-H Links to Programs

Operation Christmas Child​

2020 4-H Virtual Fair Winners​

Join the County Wide Teen Remind Group by texting @cowd to 81010.