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4-H Clubs in Beaufort County

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Current 4-H Clubs

Beaufort County Boots & Bounty 4H Club – meets the second Thursday of each month in Bath at 6:30 p.m.

Description:  We aim to cover the total spectrum – we have a core group of children who are involved in livestock. We also have some that are not. Our goal is to work on multiple project records and attend a variety of 4H activities. Club Leader – Paige Brooks

Crusaders Shooting Sports 4H Club  – meeting times and days vary in Washington, NC.

Description:  Shooting Sports focused club. Club Leader – Brian Silva

Resources for Club Leaders

4-H Inspire Kids to Do Activity Guide

4HOnline Volunteer Guide

4HOnline Club Leader / Manager User Guide for Club Leaders 

Becoming a Volunteer

If you are not currently a Club Leader or Volunteer, we would LOVE to have you! Being a club leader is a great way to have a positive impact on future generations. To become a club leader, you would need to

Aside from being a club leader, you could also volunteer for shorter periods of time at various events held throughout the year including our Livestock Show & Sale in April, 4-H Summer Fun Camps June-August, Judging 4-H Presentations in May, and many more!

If you have any questions, please contact Chasady Quinn at chasady_quinn@ncsu.edu or 252-946-0111.

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Chasady Quinn, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionChasady QuinnExtension Agent, 4-H Youth Development Call Chasady Email Chasady N.C. Cooperative Extension, Beaufort County Center
Page Last Updated: 6 months ago
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