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Join a 4-H Club in Anne Arundel County!

Looking to join a club?

Click on the list below to find a club that fits your interests. When you find the perfect club, contact the leader for further details. They will invite you to attend a club meeting before joining, giving you a chance to get a feel for the club. 

Anne Arundel County 4-H Club List 2020

Don’t see a club that quite fits your family? Start a club!

To get started, clubs require a minimum of two adult 4-H Volunteer Leaders* and five youth from three different families. Youth members can be neighbors, friends, classmates, sports team, etc. Bringing together a number of different families allows youth to work, learn, and socialize with others.

As a club, you can decide to focus on one topic or cover several topics based on youths’ interests. Our office can assist with this process, including resources when you’re ready.

Clubs often include youth ages 8 - 18 (any variation); some clubs include Clovers (5-7 yr olds). 

When you are ready to get started contact our office and we will work together to build the club.  

* For details on becoming a 4-H Volunteer, see the “Volunteers” tab.

 

Club Resources 

Maryland 4-H Club Leader Guide
Maryland 4-H Family Guide
Maryland 4-H Member Guide
Maryland 4-H Officer's Handbook
Maryland 4-H President/Vice President Workbook
Maryland 4-H Secretary Workbook
Maryland 4-H Club Treasurer's Handbook 

 

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