When and where are 4-H club meetings?
Each 4-H Club has its own meeting date and location. With 16 4-H Clubs to choose from in Waukesha County, you should be able to find a location and meeting day that fits into your schedule.
What do 4-H clubs do at meetings?
There are usually five general things that might happen at a 4-H club meeting: Conduct business meetings, recreation or social activities, project work, community service work, and special interest programs. Sometimes the whole meeting is devoted to one thing. Sometimes they have a short business meeting, work on their projects for a while, and then have recreation.
How long are 4-H club meetings?
Many clubs meet for an hour or two, but it depends on the club’s agenda for the evening.
Who plans the program for the club?
Members of the club. If the club is small, this might be done at a meeting of the whole group. If the club is large, ideas come from everybody and a committee puts together a program.
How do I choose a club?
Most families choose a club based on its meeting location and/or meeting day of the week. Others choose a club because they have friends in that club. There are no residency restrictions (including county) when joining a 4-H club. (There are also a few project-based clubs such as horse and livestock.)
Families are welcome to “drop in” on a 4-H club to check it out or contact the 4-H leader in charge of a club before joining a club. For leader contact information see below or call the Waukesha County 4-H office at 262-548-7774.
Kettle Moraine Livestock
Youth and Family Educator
James M. Boling, Jr.
4-H Support Staff
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