4-H is a youth development program for kids 5 to 19 years of age.
Volunteers teach life skills through a variety of subjects delivered in a variety of ways to youths in local, State, National, & International 4-H programs. The largest youth program in the nation, 4-H is a national program that has a home in every state in the country!
The home of the 4-H Youth Development Program in our state is Washington State University, and it is brought to local communities by Washington State University Extension faculty and staff.
The joy of 4-H is seeing young people grow through their accomplishments.
Developing all youth to reach their fullest potential through:
- Learning by doing
- Contact with caring adults
- Access to research information
4-H enables youth to have fun and meet new people. There are opportunities to learn life skills, set goals, build self-confidence, learn responsibility and make decisions. Working with others encourages teamwork and communication skills. Competitive situations help youth develop ethics and learn to accept wins and losses gracefully.
Please Visit or Contact Us!
We warmly welcome you to Lincoln & Adams County 4-H!
Whether you are new to the Clover or already part of the 4-H family, we hope that you’ll find what you’re looking for on our website.
You can also check on what is happening on Facebook
If you still have questions, please contact
Randy Williams– Lincoln-(East) Adams 4-H Program Coordinator
Julie Hartz– WSU Extension Program Assistant
Not finding the contact information you are looking for, check our Lincoln-Adams 4-H Contact list.
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