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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 each month: 

 

Barnyard Clovers:  1st Monday at Jessieville School Cafeteria

Fountain Lake/Jessieville Area

Leaders:  Betsy Breshears/Lacie Wiley

 

Clever Clovers:  Reorganizing in the Hot Springs Area

Leader:  Annette Walters

 

Cool Clovers:  3rd Monday at Centerfork Baptist Church

Lake Hamilton Area 

Leader:  Lisa Driggers

 

Creative Clovers:  2nd Friday, Location Varies monthly-Home School Group

Leader:  Tonya Reck

 

Garland Gunners:  Seasonal- Contact Extension Office for Details

Shooting Sports Club (ages 9-19)

Leader:  Todd Orr

 

Garland County:  Last Thursday of month at Extension Office (ages 13-19)

Veterinary Science           Leader:  Linda Bates

 

Hot Springs Schools 4-H:   In-School Club.  Meets during school hours

Hot Springs Jr. Academy

Leader:  Aspen Ham

 

Teen Leaders:  Last Monday each month

Extension Office  (ages 13-19)

Leader:  Linda Bates 

 

Pinewood Clovers:  2nd Monday at Mountain Pine School Cafeteria

Mountain Pine Community

Leader:  Michael Palmer

 

Spa City Clovers:  1st Tuesday at the Garland County Fairgrounds

(Formerly known as Crimson Clovers)

Lakeside/Cutter Morning Star Area

Leader-Kate Messersmith

Membership in the 4-H clubs and 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.  You may also contact Linda Bates at lbates@uaex.edu.  Additional information is available at our website:  www.uaex.edu/garland.  

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

 

The Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action institution. If you require a reasonable accommodation to participate or need materials in another format, please contact your County Extension office (or other appropriate office) as soon as possible. Dial 711 for Arkansas Relay.

The Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service offers its programs to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, age, disability, marital or veteran status, genetic information, or any other legally protected status, and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

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