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4-H Youth Development

What is 4-H?
  • The largest youth development organization in the nation. It is open to all students in grades 4–12 regardless of race, sex, national origin, or disability.
  • 4-H trains future citizens with skills in leadership, service, & communications.
  • 4-H starts for many 4th and 5th graders with monthly club meetings in the classroom during school time.
  • Other students are involved in 4-H through community 4-H clubs held in the evenings once a month at schools, churches, community centers, or the 4-H office.
  • 4-H offers such a wide range of projects, programs and activities that every member can do well in 4-H. There are no dues to pay or uniforms to purchase.

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4-H Pledge

What does the 4-H pledge mean?

 
1 Head to clearer thinking: problem solving, communication skills, decision making.
2 Heart to greater loyalty: relationship and character building, respecting self and others.
3 Hands to larger service: serving others, career preparation, hands-on learning.
4 Health to better living: forming healthy habits, managing stress and change.

 
 
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4-H Club Meetings will begin in September for the 2016-2017 school year for 4th-12th graders.  Please view the calendar on the right for the club schedule and see below for links to any newsletters and contest rule sheets.  If you have any further questions, please call a 4-H Agent at the Extension Office at (865) 982-6430.
 
Club meetings will be held in the months of September, October, November, January, February, March and April (make up dates). Contests for the year are: Public Speaking (November), 4-H Posters (January), Demonstration Contest (February), Dairy Posters (March) and Clover Bowl (April).
 
 
What kinds of things can we do in 4-H? Check out this sheet to find out more! AgentContactActivitySheet.pdfAgentContactActivitySheet.pdf
 
 

4-H Enrollment Cards

 

4-H Contest Sheets

Dairy Posters
Cornbread Cook-Off​ (4th Grade Only)  Rules & Regulations & Entry Form
Beekeeping Essay Contest National & State Rules and Regulations (Blount County)
4 STEP Greenbook   (will be updated soon)
 
 

4-H Score Sheets

  
 
 

​Other 4-H Forms

600A  Activity Acceptance Form
 
 

4-H Clover Bowl Competitions

The 2018 Clover Bowl Handbook is now available HERE!
Download your copy today. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 

 
   
 
 
 
 
  
 

 

 

 

Active Blount County 4-H Project Groups: 

 
Engineering/Safety Science
Entomology (4H Beekeeping Essay.docx)
Food Science
 
Horticulture/Garden
Nutrition/Health/Fitness
Performing Arts/Recreation
Sheep
 

4-H Calendar

 
 

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4-H Newsletters

 
​2017 Newsletters  Old Newsletters
November 2017 February 2017
March 2017
AugSep 17.pdf
October 2017
 
 

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For Parents:

As agents, the joy of 4-H is watching young people grow through their accomplishments. We hope you will join us in celebrating youth as your child or teen becomes involved in 4-H. Volunteers are a vital part of our program. Please contact us to join in the fun!

Our mission is to help youth develop life skills, gain knowledge, and form positive attitudes in order to become capable, responsible and caring citizens.
 
As a component of the University of Tennessee and Tennessee State University, 4-H utilizes its vast resources and research base to pass on accurate and up-to-date information to 4-H members and their families.
Need More Information?
 
For specific information on any 4-H activity, contact one of the 4-H agents listed below at the Blount County Extension Office (865) 982-6420 or by their e-mail.
 
 
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Jessica Waters James McMillion
jwaters2@tnstate.edu jmcmilli@tennessee.edu
 
 
 

UT Extension provides a gateway to the University of Tennessee as the outreach
unit of the Institute of Agriculture. With an office in every Tennessee county, UT Extension delivers educational programs and research-based information to citizens throughout the state. In cooperation with Tennessee State University, UT Extension works with farmers, families, youth and communities to improve lives by addressing problems and issues at the local, state and national levels.  
 
 
Blount County UT-TSU Extension
219 Court Street, Maryville, TN 37804-5917 
phone: 865-982-6430 fax: 865-982-2027
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.