St. Lucie County 4-H
4-H is Extension's educational program for youth, and is open to everyone between the ages of 5 to 18. Youngsters may participate through clubs, school enrichment programs or summer day camps. Some of the project areas 4-Her's learn about are: animal sciences, horticulture, sewing, natural resources, horsemanship, marine science, and wildlife. These programs are managed by Extension staff with the primary support of volunteers and parents from the community.
Through a "learn by doing" philosophy young people acquire knowledge and practical skills. 4-H activities build leadership qualities, a healthy self-image, and teamwork.
If you are a "grown-up" 4-H'er or just enjoy working with young people, 4-H needs you! Become a 4-H volunteer leader.
St. Lucie County's 4-H Program is open to children between the ages of 5-18. If you would like your child to learn more about agricultural or environmental issues, 4-H is just what you need Contact Sue Munyan by e-mail or call (772) 462-1660 for information about the 4-H Clubs and School Enrichment Programs.
- 4-H Youth Enrollment Form 2016-17
- 4-H Officers Training Handbook (1.41 MB PDF)
- 4-H Membership Handbook-2016
- 4-H Volunteer Leader Application
4-H Dog Record Book
Small Animal Forms and Record Books
Extension Agent 4-H/Agriculture
4-H Record Books
Clover Bud Record Book
(5-7 yrs old) (PDF)
Junior Record Book
(8-10 yrs old) (PDF)
(11-13 yrs old) (PDF)
(14-18 yrs old) (PDF)