*Most clubs reorganize in the fall and are active through the winter months into the spring.
*Each club is independent from one another, but typically members will meet once a month on a designated day with project meetings offered at times convenient for both members and volunteer leaders.
*Membership is 9-21 years (age is as of January 1 of the current 4-H year)...some (not all) clubs across PEI offer a cloverbud program, which is 4-H for members 6-8 years.
*"Projects for the Picking" may vary depending on the club you join and the availability of volunteer leaders to teach the project. You can check with the 4-H Specialist in your area for project availability.
*As a 4-H member you will have the opportunity to participate in many fun activities. These activities will help you achieve member completion at the end of the 4-H year. Celebration of member achievement takes place at the club's Achievement Day, usually held late spring/early summer.
4-H Member Requirements:
- Participate in the club's Community Service Project
- Participate in the club's Ag. Awareness Project
- Attend & participate at monthly club meetings
- Complete a Communications Project
- Complete at least one skill based project
4-H is Fun...you will learn a lot and make friendships that will last a lifetime.
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