4-H Youth Development
4-H is an opportunity for youth ages 7-19 to learn more about their community (Citizenship); be a positive role model and teach others (Leadership); and explore interest areas that will offer ongoing learning (Life Skills).
4-H Country Pals
Country Pals meet the 2nd Sunday of each month at the Congregational Church, 410 Clinton St., Little River at 4:00.
President Hannah H., VP Taylor D., Secretary Maggie H., Treasurer Peyton E., Reporter Zoe H., Parliamentarians Caleb H. and Kami G., Council Reps. Braeden G., Zane K. and Ty H.
Community Leaders are Sally Dieball and Zoe Kratzer. For more information on becoming a member of the club contact Sally Dieball at 620-897-6624.
4-H Sterling Meadowlarks
Sterling Meadowlarks meet the 2nd Sunday of each month at the Sterling Grade School at 4:00.
President Mallory B., VP Lindsey B., Secretary Macy B., Treasurer Katie C., Reporters Alaina M. and Bella B., Parlimentarians Kyle D.and Mason L., Council Reps. Braylie K. and Wyatt B..
Community Leaders are Thomas Madden and Dee Dee Dold
4-H Valley Bluebirds
Valley Bluebirds meet the second Sunday of each month at the Extension Office, 701 E. Main, Lyons at 4:00.
President Emma E., VP Wyatt S., Secretary Courtney S., Treasurer Tessa M., Reporter Greta S., Parliamentarian Kolby P., and Council Representatives Deacon S., Carter S., and Emma E.
Community Leaders are Arlene Bliss and Kristi Showalter.
2020-2021 4-H Council
President Ty H., V-President Wyatt B., Secretary Peyton E., Treasurer Kami G., Members at Large Emma E. and Lindsey B.
Wyatt S., Carter S., Kyle D.,
Amy Herzog, Kristi Showalter, Seneca Bates, Shayla Grasser, and Tom Madden.
4-H Advisor: Arlene Bliss
Rice County 4-H Scholarship
This is a scholarship for high school seniors who are members of the Rice County 4-H.
Application: Rice County 4-H Scholarship Application