After-school/Project/Community/SPIN Clubs

After-school/Project/Community/SPIN Clubs

 

WE'RE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THE START OF OUR NEW CLUB...

4-H East PDX PetPALs

NEXT MEETING: Monday, December 18th.  Bring your pet along!

Click here for the flier and club details.

If you can't join us this month, not to worry.  We'll be meeting again in January.  To RSVP, or for more information, please contact:

Kristen Moore

 

4-H Grows Here

4-H after school programs and Clubs provide opportunities for youth to turn ideas into action. Through the work of caring mentors, 4-H - a positive youth development organization - is cultivating a growing number of America's youth to lead us in a Revolution of Responsibility. Their commitment challenges us all to join the movement toward meaningful change through the projects they complete.

There are many interesting projects to do as part of 4-H after school programs. It is amazing what youth can learn by completing a 4-H project. Youth not only have fun learning about a topic but also gain life-skills like responsibility, record keeping, and working with others.

Project work not only increases a 4-H'ers knowledge of a particular subject of interest to them, but project work can also prepare them for a career in that field, such as veterinary science. Scholarships, prizes, awards, and special recognition are also the rewards for project work.


What the 4-H Program Provides

The 4-H youth program offers resources, training and materials for adult leaders who want to bring the 4-H program in an after-school setting.

To learn more about 4-H Clubs and After School programs, please contact our office:

Courtney Lobo

971-361-9629

Meet Our Clubs (2017-2018) 

 Please  email contact leader for more information, or 4-H Staff @ 971-361-9629.

Club Name

Topic/Project

Meeting Date

Meeting Location

Ages

Contact Leader

Additional Info.

Corbett Small Animal

Rabbits, Cavies, Poultry & Pigeons

3rd Friday @ 2pm

Various

9 yrs and up

Jen White

 

Corbett Critters

Static: Equine, Livestock, Alpha Project, Small Animal

Leathercraft, Woodworking, Robotics, Ceramics, Horses, Goats, Photography, Sewing and more.

One Friday per month

Various

9 yrs and up

Sarah Loveland

and

Jen White

 

Corbett Swine

Pigs

January thru August

Various

9 yrs and up

Cami Paul

 

Corbett Alpha Project

Leadership

3rd Sunday @ 2-4pm

Various

7th-12th grade

Debbie Vasen

 

Eastwind Riders

Horse

 

 

9 yrs and up

Jen White

 

East PDX PetPALs Companion Animal; Dog; Cat; Cavy; Poultry; Rabbit; other small animals; Community Service Likely one Monday per month, TBD Hanna Pet Society, near Mall 205 9 yrs and up Kristen Moore Accepting new members!
NE PDX Super Buds
Activities various various 9 -11 years Heather Penny Currently not accepting new members
Bridgetown Rakers, Makers & Bakers 4-H Club
Gardening, cooking, misc. various various 5-8 yrs Laura Morgan

St. Rose

Discovery Club

Our 4-H club meets twice a month on Thursdays after school. Our club projects will focus on primarily foods and cooking, gardening, and photography Two Thursdays per month St. Rose School, NE Alameda & 55th
Youth K-5; Junior Youth leaders in grades 6-8 are also eligible Maureen Hosty or call 971-361-9628

 

 

 

East PDX Woodworking
 Wood Science Projects
 1 or 2X/month
 Varies  check with leader
 Mark Klobas
 
YOUR CLUB NAME HERE!! Imagine the possibilities! You set the schedule! You get to choose! What works for you? You, Fabulous, YOU! Woo Hoo, it's a great new club!

Cost to join 4-H for the year:  $40 ($45 after Jan. 1st.)

**some clubs have an additional materials fee

Maximum cost per family:  $80.00 (2 or more children, $90 after Jan. 1st))

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