Sherman County 4-H

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Sherman County 4-H offers traditional club based programming with emphasis on livestock projects:  beef, sheep, swine, goat, horse, poultry, rabbits/cavies.  Other 4-H clubs include cooking, outdoor cooking/food preservation, basic sewing, photography, drama, hiking/biking, shooting sports, leadership/camp counselor training, and Cloverbud (ages 5-8).  Sherman Extension also offers an afterschool “survival cooking” class at Sherman County School, and a variety of vacation and/or summer day camps on topics such as outdoor cooking, nutrition and foods,  outdoor adventures, and drama.  

Over the years, Sherman 4-H has consistently enrolled over one-third of the eligible students in the Sherman County school district, and is extremely well-supported by the community as shown by the number of volunteers, award and buckle sponsors, camp scholarship sponsors, auction buyers, and financial support from the Sherman County Court..

Photo: Sherman County (Cropped from original)
Marci B Photography (Photo is from Extension Communications photo archive) (Cropped from original)

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