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Join 4-H

If you are reenrolling, please see this article about reenrolling in the new system.

So you want to join 4-H? Then you've come to the right place.

There are two types of clubs; community clubs and specialty clubs. Community clubs are location-based and specialty clubs are based on a specific project area such as horses, livestock, horticulture, and dogs. There are a wide variety of projects that you can choose from including (but not limited to) robotics, crafts, sewing, foods, livestock, dairy, performing arts, and ecology. You can hold any project in any club...and you can belong to more than one club.

4-H is what you make of it!!! You can be busy several days a week, or one day a month. With all of the great opportunities available as a member of the Carroll County 4-H Program, there is surely something that will suit you.

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