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2013-2014 Community 4-H Clubs

Aloe 4-H Club
2nd Sunday, 6:00 pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, 2nd Floor
Club Manager: Shelly Marbach, 578-4093

Bloomington 4-H Club
1st Sunday, Bloomington Volunteer Fire Dept.
Club Manager: Dewayne Janis, 897-2097

Guadalupe 4-H Club
2nd Monday, 7:00pm at Victoria Electric Co-Op
Club Manager: Traci Shadle, 218-6101

High Bidders 4-H Club
1st Sunday, 5:00pm at Martin Luther Lutheran Church
Club Manager: Juli Miller, 935-5719

Inez 4-H Club
3rd Sunday, 4:00pm at Inez Volunteer Fire Dept.
Club Manager: Kelly Fitch, 935-1181

Kelly Creek 4-H Club
4th Sunday, 6:30pm at 4-H Activity Center
Club Manager: Mike Wuensche, 550-1151

Mission Valley 4-H Club
1st Thursday, 7:00 pm at Zion Lutheran Church
Club Manager: Angie Truax, 573-9074

Nursery 4-H Club
1st Tuesday, 7:00pm at Nursery Volunteer Fire Dept.
Club Manager: Pam Malik, 648-9691

Rough Riders 4-H Club
1st Tuesday, 6:30 pm at 4-H Activity Center
Club Manager: Amy Eastham, 648-9955

Southern Country 4-H Club
2nd Sunday, 5:00 pm at 4-H Activity Center
Club Manager: Charlotte Bethke, 550-9892

Westwood 4-H Club
2nd Sunday, 5:00 pm, Zion Lutheran Church
Club Manager: Jackie Parsons, 579-9296

Wood-Hi 4-H Club
2nd Sunday, 5:00pm at Wood-Hi Community Center
Club Manager: Stacie Kloesel, 572-4814

Call the Extension Office if you are interested in joining a 4-H Club!


4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. 4-H is about having fun, learning, exploring and discovering. In 4-H, young people make new friends, develop new skills, become leaders and help shape their communities.

More than 65,000 Texas youth are enrolled members of 4-H community clubs in Texas. Another 850,000 Texas youth get involved in 4-H through special educational opportunities at school, in after school programs, or at neighborhood or youth centers. These youth live in cities, suburbs, small towns and rural communities.

4-H gives them a chance to pursue their own interests – from photography to computers, from building rockets to raising sheep. A list of 4-H projects is available online. They go places – to camp, to state and national conferences. They learn to be leaders and active citizens.

In 4-H clubs, they serve as officers and learn to conduct meetings, handle club funds, and facilitate group decision-making. In a growing number of communities, 4-H youth serve as youth representatives in municipal or county government or as members of Teen Courts. They give back to their communities. 4-H members get involved in volunteer projects to protect the environment, mentor younger children and help people who are less fortunate.

We welcome you to the home page for the 4-H program in Victoria County. If you would like to become a member of the 4-H program or would like to find out what 4-H can do for you, please call the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, Victoria County Office at (361) 575-4581.

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