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Clay County 4-H Clubs

4-H Grows Leadership

New Club being formed

  • Livestock Club:  Any youth, 6 -12 grade, interested in livestock, please email Julie Lyvers, julie_lyvers@ncsu.edu.

7 middle school student sitting around a tableFlyers and Tyers 4-H Club

Do you like being outdoors fishing? This club is for you! By joining this club,  you will learn how to tie flies, cast a fly fishing rods, identify insects, and protect the streams. Club members are middle and high school students and meet every other Thursday from 3 to 5 p.m.

Lightning Storms 4-H In School Club

This group, age 5 to 14, meets once a month to work on STEM projects. The meetings are on the third Thursday of the month from 10:30 a.m.– 12:30 p.m.

Eight 4-H horse members outside by the gate of an arena

Trails and Rails 4-H Club

Wanting to know more about horses? Trails and Rails members learn about horses and compete in various shows. They have various projects throughout the year: community service projects: Coggins Clinic, and Rabies Clinic; camps, and horse shows. Meetings are on the third Monday at 6 p.m.

If you are interested in joining one of the clubs, please email Julie Lyvers at julie_lyvers@ncsu.edu.

Opportunities for 4-H Members

West District 4-H Teen Retreat is a great opportunity for teens to meet teens in their district. During the Retreat, 4-H members participate in various workshops, attend a dance, plus a lot of other fun activities. The district officers are elected during this event in March.

West District Activity Day is a day 4-H’ers from across the district visit one of the counties in the district in June to compete with others. There are many different categories the members can choose from to present. The winners will advance to the state to compete.

NC 4-H Photography Contest: Deadline for photo entries is June 30.

Project Record Books

Citizenship Opportunities