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Siskiyou County Cooperative Extension Office

4-H Program

Siskiyou County Clubs

   COMMUNITY CLUB LISTINGS

 

BIG SPRINGS CLUB, meets at Big Springs School, located in Big Springs, on the 3RD MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 6:30PM, leader is Darbi Whipple.                             

 

BUTTE VALLEY CLUB, meets at Macdoel Fire Hall, located in Macdoel, on the 1ST MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 7PM, leader is Tara Porterfield 398-4083.

 

DORRIS CLUB, meets in Dorris, on the 1ST MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 7PM, leader is Rachel Ibarra 541-591-9693.

 

ETNA CLUB, meets at Etna Elementary School, located in Etna, on the 2ND MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 7PM, leaders are Katie and Jim Morris 467-3754.

 

FORT JONES CLUB, meets at Fort Jones Community Center, located in Fort Jones, on the 2ND MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 7PM, leader is Caroline Luiz 468-2854.

 

GAZELLE CLUB, meets at Gazelle Grange, located in Gazelle, on the 2ND MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 7PM, leader is Vickie Beltramo 340-0174.

 

GREENHORN CLUB, meets at the 4-H Office, located in Yreka, on the 3RD MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 7:00PM, leader is Stacey Jackson 436-0366.

 

GRENADA CLUB, meets at Grenada Fire Hall, located in Grenada, on the 1ST WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 7PM, leader is Caralee Scala 459-5788.

 

RIVER VALLEY CLUB, meets at the Horse Creek Community Church, located in Klamath River, on the LAST MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 6:30PM, leader is Robyn Walsh 465-2007.

 

WHAT IS 4-H

Whether youth participate in clubs, after school programs, day camps, or other program settings, the 4-H Youth Development Program's mission and goals remain the same... to help youth develop their full potential!

 

 4-H Youth Development is a non-formal educational youth program, conducted by the University of California Cooperative Extension.  The purpose of 4-H Youth Development is to help diverse young people discover and develop their potential and grow into competent, contributing, and caring citizens.  Learn by doing activities, youth-adult partnerships, and research-based educational programs help young people enhance their leadership abilities and develop a wide range of other life skills.  

 


 

WHY: leadership/citizenship development; life skills education; strengthening youth-families-communities; advancing the field of youth development

 

HOW: experiential education ("learn by doing"); bridging research and practice; building partnerships for programming and funding; cross-age learning and teaching; youth-adult partnerships.

 

WHERE: school enrichment programs; community clubs; special interest projects and programs; school-aged child care; camp experiences; independent study; distance learning.

 

 

 

 

 

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