What is a 4-H club? 4-H clubs are organized Community-based or Project-based clubs. Clubs are continuing groups with elected officers, volunteer leaders and planned programs for nine to twelve months of the year. 4-H members may enroll in several different projects or in one project area. Clubs may be organized on a county-wide, school, or community level. School clubs meet during school hours. Clubs that meet on school grounds before or after school hours are considered community clubs. Who can belong to 4-H? In Arizona there are three age levels in which youth can participate in the 4-H program.
The mission of 4-H is to provide opportunities for youth to acquire knowledge, develop life skills, form attitudes, and practice behavior that will enable them to become self directing, productive, and contributing members of society
An nonformal educational program Community based and locally determined primarily group focused and family oriented Volunteer operated Coordinated by professional Extension faculty. YVA Has a Membership Fee of $10.00 Per Member a $15.00 UofA Program Fee Per Member. Clover buds has a flat fee of $30.00 and that will supply all projects for the year. We are a Club with about 160 members and 80 Certified Leaders. Each Project will have project meeting beside the Community Club Meeting.