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Berkeley County 4-H

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Want to Join a 4-H Club?

There are 23 Berkeley County 4-H clubs. See our general and specialty clubs listed toward the bottom of this page. Maybe there is a club perfect for your family! There is no fee to join 4-H, but there may be fees associated with some projects and events. Enrollment for Berkeley County 4-H begins on October 1 (the beginning of the new 4-H year) and is open year-round.

Minimum Age Requirement: A child shall turn 9 years old during the 4-H year and/or be in 3rd grade to be old enough to join. The Cloverbud Program is for children ages 5 through 8.

Berkeley County 4-H Clubs

Due to privacy concerns, the names and email addresses for club leaders are not published. Please get in touch with the Berkeley County office at 304-264-1936 or email Suzanne Antolini for local club contact information.

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Recent WV 4-H News

Week of July 6 - Energy Express on WVPB

Monday, July 6, 2020, 9:30 a.m.

What’s that peeping sound? Join Sheldon Owen, WVU Extension Service Wildlife specialist, to learn about frog calls. Then, we'll hop on over for a reading of "Frog in the Bog" with Sheldon’s daughter, Alden.

Baa! Next up, we’ll tour the farm and meet some sheep with WVU Extension Service Agriculture and Natural Resources agents Jody Carpenter and Tasha Harris.

Read Week of July 6 - Energy Express on WVPB

STEMCARE Water a Plant Challenge

 

Hey West Virginia families, join us in participating in the Rube Goldberg “Water a Plant Video Challenge!”

The WVU Rube Goldberg Bar of Soap Challenge was such a huge success. Thank you to all the West Virginia Families that participated! You can view the winning families at the bottom of the page.

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Week of June 29 - Energy Express on WVPB

A female and male inflate balloons to create balloon cars.

Monday, June 29, 2020, 9:30 a.m.

Read Week of June 29 - Energy Express on WVPB

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