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Marshall County 4-H

4-H grows confident, capable and caring kids with the life skills to thrive in today’s world and succeed in their boldest dreams for tomorrow. 4-H uses hands-on learning to teach life skills, build self-confidence, and to make positive decisions.

Join Marshall County 4-H and make a difference in your club, your community and YOU!


Clubs

Marshall County 4-H Clubs

*CLOVERBUD PROGRAM: The Cloverbud program is open to children in grades K-2 (ages 5-8).

For more information about these clubs, please contact Lisa Ingram, 4-H agent at 304-843-1170.


Camps

Where: Camp Russel at Oglebay Park

County Camp Needs Based Scholarship

The cost of county camp will be $100. All reservations received in the Extension Office by May 15 will receive a $10 Leaders’ Association Scholarship and $10 Gladys Knapp Scholarship—making the cost of camp $80. Campers may apply for the needs based scholarship to earn up to $40 additional dollars towards camp.

We will not be participating in the summer foods program this summer.



Forms

This page houses current forms that you may need throughout the year.


Become a Volunteer!

Leader’s Meetings

The 4-H Leader’s Meetings are held on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 6 p.m., at the Extension Office.

For those wishing to volunteer within the 4-H program, an application, references, code of conduct, Children on Campus training, and background check must be on file in the County Extension Office. See Forms link for copies of these materials. Please contact Lisa Ingram, 4-H Agent for more information on this process at 304-843-1170.

Recent WV 4-H News

West Virginia 4-H Youth in Action Winner: Healthy Living

The West Virginia 4-H Youth in Action Program recognized four young leaders in 2021 in the 4-H core pillar areas of agriculture, civic engagement, healthy living, and STEM.

Levi Wright received the award for agriculture; Caroline Fox received the award for civic engagement; Rosa Williams received the award for healthy living; and John Allen received the award for STEM. Join us each Thursday in May to learn more about our 2021 Youth in Action award winners.

Each of the four winners received a $500 mini-grant to develop a significant community project, recognition at a formal award ceremony, a full scholarship to attend West Virginia 4-H Older Members Conference, an opportunity to be featured as the West Virginia 4-H Youth Spokesperson for their pillar area, support and mentorship to apply for the 2022 National 4-H Youth in Action Awards, and an official reference letter from the West Virginia State 4-H Program Leader, Brent Clark.

Read West Virginia 4-H Youth in Action Winner: Healthy Living

West Virginia 4-H Youth in Action Winner: Civic Engagement

The West Virginia 4-H Youth in Action Program recognized four young leaders in 2021 in the 4-H core pillar areas of agriculture, civic engagement, healthy living, and STEM.

Levi Wright received the award for agriculture; Caroline Fox received the award for civic engagement; Rosa Williams received the award for healthy living; and John Allen received the award for STEM. Join us each Thursday in May to learn more about our 2021 Youth in Action award winners.

Each of the four winners received a $500 mini-grant to develop a significant community project, recognition at a formal award ceremony, a full scholarship to attend West Virginia 4-H Older Members Conference, an opportunity to be featured as the West Virginia 4-H Youth Spokesperson for their pillar area, support and mentorship to apply for the 2022 National 4-H Youth in Action Awards, and an official reference letter from the West Virginia State 4-H Program Leader, Brent Clark.

Read West Virginia 4-H Youth in Action Winner: Civic Engagement

West Virginia 4-H Youth in Action Winner: Agriculture

The West Virginia 4-H Youth in Action Program recognized four young leaders in 2021 in the 4-H core pillar areas of agriculture, civic engagement, healthy living, and STEM.

Levi Wright received the award for agriculture; Caroline Fox received the award for civic engagement; Rosa Williams received the award for healthy living; and John Allen received the award for STEM. Join us each Thursday in May to learn more about our 2021 Youth in Action award winners.

Each of the four winners received a $500 mini-grant to develop a significant community project, recognition at a formal award ceremony, a full scholarship to attend West Virginia 4-H Older Members Conference, an opportunity to be featured as the West Virginia 4-H Youth Spokesperson for their pillar area, support and mentorship to apply for the 2022 National 4-H Youth in Action Awards, and an official reference letter from the West Virginia State 4-H Program Leader, Brent Clark.

Read West Virginia 4-H Youth in Action Winner: Agriculture

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