Onslow County 4-H Clubs and Activities
What is a 4-H Club?
A 4-H Club is an organized group of at least five youth from three different families who meet regularly with adult volunteers or staff for a long-term series of educational experiences.
4-H Clubs are the most traditional and effective delivery mode of 4-H programming to youth. Clubs are guided by trained, adult volunteer leader that are supported by the county 4-H staff. Club members develop social skills including communicating and working with others, practice leadership skills, develop strong character, and become responsible citizens by participating in community service activities.
After School Adventure Clubs
The following schools have After School Adventure Clubs:
- Blue Creek Elementary
- Dixon Elementary
- Hunter’s Creek Elementary
- Meadow View Elementary
- Morton Elementary
- Queens Creek Elementary
- Southwest Elementary
- Swansboro Elementary
Traditional Clubs and SPIN Clubs
Our traditional clubs meet once or twice a month on a regular schedule. Clubs plan recreational activities, community service projects, field trips, and club fundraisers.
- No Limits 4-H Club
- Creative Friendship Club
- STEAM Warriors
Our SPIN Clubs meet on a short term basis to learn about one particular topic.
- Sewing Club
- Kidpreneur Club
Start A Club
Clubs must consist of five youth from three different families that share a similar interest. Contact our 4-H Agent, Dawn Stallings, to learn more about how to become a 4-H Volunteer Club Leader.