Get Involved with 4-H
Registration for the 2017-2018 4-H Year Opens August 17
Interested in becoming a member of Flagler County 4-H? Here is what you need to get started!
- Contact the 4-H Leader of the club you are interested in joining for space availability and club meeting information. See list of available clubs below.
- Complete the online enrollment form at florida.4honline.com
- Complete membership fee payment
- Attend club meetings to make new friends and learn new things!
Westsiders • Poultry, Rabbit, Swine, Steer • Leader Trisha Bullock
Flagler Equestrian Flyers • Equine • Leader Cheryl Carl
Haw Creek Farm and Home • Poultry, Swine, Family and Consumer Sciences • Leader Pat Cody
Haw Creek Gators • Poultry, Rabbit, Swine, Steer • Leader Melissa Terrell
We Love to Learn • Sewing and Culinary • Leader Jennifer Linehan
TopShots Archery • Shooting Sports-Archery • Leader Mike Faidely
Southern Livestock Growers • Poultry, Rabbit, Swine, Steer • Leader Michelle Jankowski
BTMS Eagles • STEM/Plant Science • Leader Andrew Medearis
FBCA Crusaders • Home Economics • Leader Cheryl Allen
There are many opportunities to volunteer with 4-H! Volunteers can:
- Mentor youth in a Special Interest Club — Projects
- Lead a 4-H Community or School Club
- Attend a summer day or residential camp
- Teach a skill
- Encourage and support growth of young people in your own community
4-H is currently accepting applications for new volunteers to begin in June 2017.
How do I become a volunteer?
- Decide that you want to help kids grow and explore their future.
- Download this Volunteer Guide to help you start the application process. Application coming soon.
- Return application to County 4-H Agent and schedule interview. Background screenings are part of the volunteer application process.
- Attend orientation and training to prepare you to share your skills, knowledge, and talents while having fun with youth in your community.
Those interested in joining in or volunteering for Flagler County 4-H Youth Development Program can find out more by visiting Florida 4-H, or contacting Amy Warwick Hedstrom at 386-437-7464. The Flagler County 4-H program is open to all youth, ages 5 to 18, regardless of gender, race, color, nationality, creed or disability.