University of Kentucky College of Agriculture

4-H Clubs

To find out more about 4-H clubs in Oldham county please click on the following links.   These pages are still under construction so please check back frequently for changes.    

 

Amore Cavallo

The majority of members in this horse club

are riders that compete in the Hunter Division,

but anyone interested in riding is welcome.

 

Art in Action

The Art in Action club shares art with club members

and the community by putting art into action.  

 

Baallsrdsville High Riders

Members of the Ballardsville High Riders enjoy

learning about horses and meeting others who

enjoy horses.  Members may join even if they do

not own a horse.

 

Busy 4-Hers

Busy 4-Hers are an active group of 9-13

year olds focused on leadership, community

service, and skill development.  Activities are

based on member interests and input.

 

Cloverbuds are in Kindergarten through third grade.

4-H Cooking Club

 

Do you love to cook?  If so, this is the club for you.

 

The Patriot Pride club is open to all EOMS students 

interested in leadership skills and having fun.

Leaders of the Pack

 

 

 

 

This fun and exciting club is designed for

those interested in learning about all aspects

of dogs.  We welcome cloverbuds!

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Pony People

Pony People is open to all disciplines of riding,

all breeds of horses, and horse people of all

experience levels.

shooting Sports

 

4-H members learn to safely handle and

shoot firearms and archery equipment.

All SOMS students interested in leadership skills

and having fun are invited to participate.

The Oldham County Teen Club is for anyone ages

14-18 interested in being a community Leader.

   
School 4-H Clubs

 

   
   

 

 

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