4-H Clover
About 4-H in
Montgomery County
4-H Clover

4-H Motto
“To Make The Best Better”

4-H Pledge
I pledge:
My Head to clearer thinking,
My Heart to greater loyalty,
My Hands to larger service, and
My Health to better living,
For my club, my community, my country , and my world.

4-H Colors
Green & White
The 4-H emblem is a green four leaf clover with a white H on each leaf.
The H's on each leaf stand for Head, Heart, Hands, and Health

What is 4-H?
4-H is an organization for young people who want to learn and have fun. Through a variety of 4-H clubs and project experiences, Montgomery County boys and girls "learn by doing", make new friends and participate in activities on the local, county , state and national levels.
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What is a 4-H Club?
4-H clubs are groups of five or more young people who meet in local homes, schools, churches, synagogues, libraries, or community centers. 4-H members, guided by adult and team member volunteers, choose their own projects and set their own goals. Leaders help organize club programs and teach projects.

Chelsea with her horse
Animal Market Sale

Who supports 4-H and
is there any cost?

4-H is administered by Penn State Cooperative Extension with county, state and federal support.
4-H is also assisted locally by individuals, organizations, and businesses. There is a $10 per year educational assessment fee as well as $1.00 fee for club insurance coverage. Scholarships are available based on need.

Vet Science Class
Kolb 4-H Family

Who may join 4-H?
Anyone 8-18 years old as of Jan. 1 of the current year may join 4-H. To enroll in a project and a club, young people should have their parents permission and support. Family participation is very important to 4-H. Whether it is leading a group, teaching a project, providing transportation or filling other needs, 4-H relies on family participation.

Chickens at the 4-H Fair
Grooming her sheep

What is a 4-H Project?
4-H projects are written guides that give information on specific topics such as woodworking, cooking, archery, riflery, rocketry, gardening, sewing, horses, pet care, leadership, Seeing Eye puppy, babysitting, livestock, rabbits, guinea pigs, poultry, careers, and more!

4-H Cooking camp

How To Join 4-H
There are 4-H clubs and programs in many locations throughout the county. Most of the 4-H clubs in Montgomery County meet monthly at the 4-H Center located on Rte. 113 (Bridge Road) just outside of Skippack. Additional activities and meetings are scheduled at the discretion of the individual club leaders.
Please look over the list of current club offerings here as well as our club leader list.
Then call the 4-H office and we will provide you with the contact information for the club.
4-H membership forms are obtained through the club leaders.

Seeing Eye Pup
4-H in Montgomery County Pennsylvania 4-H National 4-H Council
Montgomery County Farm, Home & 4-H Center, 1015 Bridge Road, Collegeville, PA 19426 (484) 973-6110