Pierce County Leaders Council Fun’Raiser
Fun’Raiser is back after a two year absence. The Pierce County Leaders Council Fun’Raiser is an open show for Cats, Dogs, Horses and adding this year Cavies Poultry, and Rabbits. This event raises funds for 4-H member grants to attend educational opportunities. The Fun’Raiser takes place at Frontier Park in Graham on April 30, 2022. Each department has a different fee and starting time.
Cavy, Poultry, and Rabbit Flyer
4-H Youth Development Program
4-H is the youth development education program of Washington State University Extension, which is conducted jointly by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, your state land grant university (WSU) and Pierce County. Today 4-H is everywhere–in cities, suburbs, small towns, and rural communities. In the 21st century, 4-H serves a broad clientele with expanded program using a variety of ways to “learn by doing.”
4-H is the youth development program of Washington State University Extension, and is managed jointly by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington’s land grant university (WSU) and Pierce County government. 4-H is everywhere – in cities, suburbs, small towns, and rural communities. 4-H is the largest youth development organization in the nation. The United States has more than five million members and 600,000 leaders. Around the world, 4-H-type clubs exist in at least 82 countries. 4-H serves a broad clientele, with expanded program focus using a variety of delivery methods that incorporate its theme of learn by doing.
Washington State University 4-H Youth Development is assisting young people to become productive citizens who are engaged in positive change in order to meet the needs of a diverse and changing society.
4-H Youth Development education creates a supportive environment for all youth and families to reach their fullest potentials. This will be accomplished through a systematic approach of foundation and mission-driven science to meet the 4-H goals to:
- Provide formal and non-formal experiential learning
- Develop skills that benefit youth throughout life
- Foster leadership and volunteerism in youth and adults
- Build internal and external partnerships for programming and funding
- Strengthen families and communities
- Employ research-based knowledge and the land grant university system
- Embrace and expand the traditions of the 4-H Youth Development program
Please Visit or Contact Us!
We warmly welcome you to Pierce 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. If not, please email or call the extension office in Tacoma.
WSU Pierce County 4-H Extension Office:
3602 Pacific Avenue, Suite 200
Tacoma, WA 98418
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Mike Seiber, 4-H Program Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org | 253-798-3223
Dan White, 4-H STEM Coordinator
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Brian Brandt, Associate Professor – Youth Development
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4-H is the nation’s largest youth development organization. We reach out to kids and their families to build skills for real life. WSU 4-H Youth Development is committed to providing safe and inclusive environments for all youth and adults regardless of race; sex; gender; sexual orientation; gender identity/expression; religion; age; color; creed; national or ethnic origin; citizenship; physical, mental, or sensory ability; genetic information; and/or status as an honorably discharged veteran or member of the military.