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4-H Clubs Seek New Members

The Garland County 4-H Clubs are seeking new members.

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. –The Garland County 4-H Clubs are seeking new members.  The purpose of these clubs is to give the youth of Garland County ages 5 to 19 an opportunity to participate in youth development educational programs of the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service.   

Youth members in 4-H clubs will learn life service projects and have an opportunity to compete in a number of competitive activities throughout the year, attend camps and earn scholarships for education.  The following is a list of the current Garland County 4-H Clubs and the location and times they meet:  

Clever Clovers           

Meetings:

2nd Tuesday in the Royal/Hot Springs Area

Leader-Stacy Dodd

 

Cool Clovers Leader

Meetings:

3rd Monday at Centerfork Baptist Church – Lake Hamilton Area 

Leader-Lisa Driggers

 

Conquering Clovers

Meetings:

1st Friday at Christian Ministries Church – Fountain Lake Area

 

 

 

Creative Clovers

Meetings:

2nd Friday, Call for Location – Home School Group

Leader:  Tonya Reck

 

Crimson Clovers

Meetings:

Gabrielle Dickson’s home in Lakeside School Area

Leader:  Gabrielle Dickson

 

Fountain Lake 4-H

Meetings:   

3rd Thursday at Community Baptist Church – Fountain Lake/Jessieville Area

Leader:  Mandy Ault

 

Garland Gunners

Meetings:

1st Sunday at Christian Ministries Church – Shooting Sports

Leader:  David Taylor            

 

Garland County Veterinary Science

Meetings:

Extension Office, call for details

Leader:  Linda Bates

 

Teen Leaders**

Meetings:

Last Monday at Extension Office

Leader:  Linda Bates  

 

 **Note: To be in the Teen Leaders Club you must be at least 13 years of age or older.

Membership in the 4H clubs and their programs is available to all youth between the ages of 5 and 19 regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status.  For more information about meetings, Garland County 4-H Club membership or program benefits, contact the Garland County Cooperative Extension office located at 236 Woodbine in Hot Springs, or call 501-623-6841 or 922-4703.  You may also contact Linda Bates at lbates@uaex.edu.  Additional information is available at our website: www.uaex.edu/garland.  

Master Gardener Information

Master Gardener meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the Elks Lodge.  They’re open to the public and guests are always welcome. For more information call the Extension Office at 623-6841 or 922-4703 or email Allen Bates at abates@uaex.edu

EHC Information

Are you interested in joining an existing Extension Homemakers Club? EHC is the largest volunteer organization in the state. For information on EHC contact Jessica Vincent on 623-6841 or 922-4703 or email her at jvincent@uaex.edu.

The Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action institution.

By Linda Bates
County Extension Agent - 4-H
The Cooperative Extension Service
U of A System Division of Agriculture

Media Contact: Linda Bates
County Extension Agent - 4-H
U of A Division of Agriculture
Cooperative Extension Service
236 Woodbine Hot Springs AR 71901
(501) 623-6841
lbates@uaex.edu

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