4-H Clubs

Young people don't just join 4-H... they belong. 

Clubs are lead by volunteers and parents while supported by a network of 4-H staff and the resources of Oregon State University and its partners.  Youth in grades K-12 develop healthy relationships with each other and caring adults as they explore and master the subjects that interest them.  4-H youth "learn by doing" through hands-on activities and opportunites to experience independence, success and generosity.

There are currently over 120 active 4-H clubs in Multnomah and Washington Counties. All together, these clubs are comprised of over 650 youth members.  Check out these links to see what some of the 4-H clubs and members in Multnomah & Washington Counties are doing to make the best better:

Corbett 4-H

Corbett Cares

Corbett Cares on facebook

Golden Fleece 4-H Club

Kids 'N' Kalves

Matt's Chemo Bags

Washington County 4-H Horse Program facebook page


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