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University of California
Siskiyou County Cooperative Extension Office

4-H Program

Siskiyou County Clubs

   COMMUNITY CLUB LISTINGS

 

BIG SPRINGS CLUB, meets at Big Springs Fire Hall, located in Big Springs, on the 3RD MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 6:30PM, leader is Darbi Whipple 459-1065.                             

 

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 Kem Rosecrans 397-5962.

 

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 435-2414.

 

GREENHORN CLUB, meets at the 4-H Office, located in Yreka, on the 3RD MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 7PM, 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.

 

STRAWBERRY VALLEY CLUB, meets at the Lower Lodge of Mt. Shasta Recreation District at the Mt. Shasta City Park, located in Mt. Shasta, on the 1ST THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 7PM, leader is Cheryl Boerger 926-0304.

 

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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