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Geary County

4-H Grows Here

CHARACTER, CURIOSITY, FRIENDSHIP, LEADERSHIP, RESPONSIBILITY...they all GROW HERE!

Age For Membership

4-H membership is open to all boys and girls who are 7 years of age and have not passed their 19th birthday by January 1 of the current year.

When to Join

Youth can join 4-H any time of the year. However, most 4-H'ers start in the fall to keep up on activities, project lessons, and make themselves eligible for several 4-H awards and activities that have deadline dates.

What does it cost to be a 4-H'er?

There are no dues or fees for a 4-H Club member. Local clubs may develop their own methods of raising money for worthwhile activities. The cost to the boys and girls are determined by the projects he or she selects.

What are the 4-H Clubs in Geary County?

Geary County has four community clubs. Below is a listing of the clubs and when and where they meet each month.

Blue Line 4-H Clubmeets at the 4-H/Senior Citizens' Center in Junction City on the 2nd Sunday of each month.

Brookside 4-H Club meets at the 4-H/Senior Citizens' Center in Junction City on the 2nd Monday of each month.

Clarks Creek 4-H Club meets at St. Paul's Lutheran Church South of Junction City on the 2nd Monday of each month.

Humboldt 4-H Club meets at the 4-H/Senior Citizens' Center in Junction City on the 4th Monday of each month.

Lyon Creek 4-H Club meets at the 4-H/Senior Citizens' Center on the 4th Sunday of each month.

How do I get involved?

Contact Ginger at the Geary County Extension Office.
Phone: (785) 238-4161 E-mail: gkopfer@ksu.edu
Or stop by and see us at 119 East 9th Street in Junction City.

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