4-H

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For over 100 years our Fairgrounds has provided community connection, agricultural learning, and recreational opportunities for all of Missoula County. 

Our Fairgrounds have served our community well, but demand on the facilities and the needs of our community have increased as Missoula County grows. Glacier Ice Rink and 4-H/FFA programs are thriving, but the success of these programs has become restricted by limited space.... (click to read more)

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In 4-H, youth have the opportunity to:

  • Learn how to get along with others
  • Be part of a team
  • Accept responsibility for choices they make
  • Build self confidence

400-plus youth participate in the Missoula County 4-H program. Every 4-H member belongs to a 4-H Club, and there are 16 Clubs to choose from in Missoula County. There is no limit to the number of clubs operating, so new clubs can be formed as well.

4-H clubs have regular meetings at which Parliamentary Procedure is practiced, community service projects are organized and accomplished, fundraising skills learned, and fund social events are held.

4-H youth must be 8 years of age at the start of the 4-H year (October 1st). A variety of project areas are available.

To become a member, and/or request further information, contact:

Deidad Wright, 4-H Program Assistant at (406) 258-4201

or

Campbell Barrett 4-H Extension Agent at (406) 258-4203 

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