4-H and Youth
Calvert County 4-H
4-H clubs are located throughout Calvert County for youths between the ages of 8 and 18. 4-Hers learn life skills and leadership development through a variety of 4-H projects like leadership, livestock and horse care, pet care, nutrition, clothing design and construction, basic computer skills and robotics. Although a 4-Her may take on any project, some clubs specialize in a project area. Clover Club programs are open to all children ages 5-7. Contact the UME-Calvert 4-H office for more information about the 4-H clubs near you (listed below) or becoming a 4-H volunteer.
- Battle Creek 4-H Club - Meets in Prince Frederick. General interest club with various projects including animals, agriculture, community service, crafts, and other areas of interest.
- Creative Crafters - Meets the second Thursday of the month in Prince Frederick at the Extension Office. Emphasis on Crafts and sewing.
- Chesapeake Clovers - Meets at Northeast Community Center, Chesapeake Beach, on Sunday afternoon. Many areas of interest in this club, including photography, graphic arts, community service and many others.
- Calvert County Shooting Sports - Emphasis on Archery and Air Rifle
- Giddy-Up 4-H Horse and Pony Club - Meets the 1st Sunday of each month at 2pm at various locations. Emphasis on horses and community service.
- Last Robot Rolling - Meets at the Extension Office on the 4th Tuesday of the month from 6:30-8:00pm. Emphasis on Lego NXT robotics.
- Woof Pack - 4-H Dog Care & Training Project Club. Club meetings monthly at the Calvert County 4-H Office in Prince Frederick; meeting schedule available from club. Youth Dog Training Sessions Thursday evenings April-May; dog-related education, recreation, and service activities through remainder of year. 4-Hers do not need to own or show a dog to join.
School Based Clubs
- Judy Center Blooming Cloverbuds - Meets at Patuxent Elementary School in Lusby
- Appeal Elementary School - Green Team meets at Appeal Elementary School in Lusby
- Tidewater 4-H - Meets in Huntingtown. This club also has a Clover Program for ages 5-7
Club Charters - Click on this link for instructions on chartering your club.
- Club Charter Renewal Application
- Public Relations Affirmative Action Efforts by Club
- 4-H Club Annual Inventory Report
- Affiliation Agreement for 4-H Club Charter
- Annual Financial Summary Form
- 4-H Club Sample Bylaws
- Annual Club Plan
Guidelines for Scholarships and Financial Awards - Calvert County
- Scholarship Application - Youth
- Scholarship Application - Adult
Diamond Clover Information
MARYLAND 4-H ON-LINE ANIMAL HUSBANDRY AND QUALITY ASSURANCE TRAINING PROGRAM
All 4-H members enrolled in alpacas, beef, dairy, goats, horse and pony, llamas, poultry, sheep, swine and rabbits are required to have completed the on-line training prior to July 31 to be eligible to exhibit their project animals in Maryland County 4-H and State 4-H Shows.
Animal Project Information
4H Code of Animal Science Ethics Form - Required for all 4-H animal science projects.
Livestock Registration Form - Market beef due January 1st year of project. Market goats, sheep and swine due June 1st year of project. Breeding heifer, goats, sheep and swine due June 22nd year of project.
4-H Dog ID Cards - Due June 1st year of project.
4-H Horse ID Cards - Due June 1st year of project.
4-H Poultry, Rabbit and Cavy Registration Form - Due June 1st year of project.
Animal Project Records:
State and Calvert County Fair Information
Maryland State Fair Competition 4-H website. Exhibitor release form, rules and regulations.