Missoula County 4-H

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The 4-H Youth Development Program is the largest out of school youth program in the U.S., with over 6 million members and 500,000 teen and adult volunteers.

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 Montana 4-H projects are designed to help you:

  • Get along with other people
  • Make wise decisions and take responsibility for your choices
  • Foster a positive sense of self
  • Develop a sense of curiosity
  • Acquire a concern for your community - local and global

In Missoula County, 400+ Youth are enrolled in the 4-H program.  Every 4-H member belongs to a 4-H Club, and there are 16 Clubs to choose from in the 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 and are run by elected youth officers with the help of adult 4-H Volunteers. At club meetings, Parliamentary Procedure is practiced, community service projects are organized and accomplished, fundraising skills are learned, and fun 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. More information is available online at the Montana 4-H website.

To find out more about how to become a 4-H Member, contact Campbell at the Missoula County Extension Office.  Please email Campbell about the specific information you would like for us to send to you.

Campbell Barrett, 4-H Agent - 258-4203





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