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We are so excited to be back in person! Tyrrell County 4-H will be following all guidelines put out by our local and state government to keep our 4-H’ers safe!


Clubs

  • Columbia Seniors round out our members’ 4-H journey. This club focuses on community service while instilling leadership and citizenship in our members.
    • Club Leader: Susie Swain
    • Ages: 6th-12th Grade
    • Location/Time: Second Monday of the month; 7 p.m. @ Extension Office
  • Sew Simple will expand your skills in the art of sewing. All stages from beginners to experts are welcome!
    • Club Leader: Susie Swain
    • Ages: 3rd -12th Grade
    • Location/Time: Second Friday of the month; 3:30-5 p.m. @ Extension Office
  • Cookie Rookies members will develop their culinary skills while learning new, healthy recipes.
    • Club Leader: Christine Muthler
    • Ages: 3rd-6th Grade
    • Location/Time: Third Wednesday of the month; 3:30-5 p.m. @ Extension Office
  • Scuppernong Sprouts is the beginning of our youngest members’ 4-H journey. This club will start out with a 3 day “Boot Camp” September 7-9th (same time and location) so our new 4-H’ers can learn the ways of 4-H and what it means to be in a club.
    • Club Leader: Lauren Nelson
    • Ages: K-2nd Grade
    • Location/Time: First Tuesday of the month; 3:30-5 p.m. @ Extension Office
  • Great Egg-spectations 4_H Club for our animal loving young people. We will grow their knowledge of poultry science, husbandry, and showmanship.
    • Club Leader: Bree Atkinson & Selma Boucher
    • Ages: 3rd-12th grade
    • Location/Times: Third Tuesday of the month; 5:30-6:30 p.m. @ Extension Office
  • Scuppernong Sportsmen is a new outdoor exploration club! Members will participate in hunter and boating safety, fishing, hunting, shooting, and plant/animal ID!
    • Club Leader:  Patrick Kirkman
    • Ages: 7th-12th grade
    • Location/Times: Third Thursday of the month; 7 p.m. @ Extension Office
  • Teen Council is active in planning and conducting county 4-H events. Meetings, committee work and other activities are ways for the council to involve youth in the affairs of 4-H.
    •  Club Leader: Lauren Nelson
    • Ages: 6th-12th Grade
    • Location/Times: Last Monday of the month; 5 p.m. @ Extension Office
  • Mad Scientists will be back in the lab for this SPIN Club in November. This club will meet weekly for six weeks and focus solely on S.T.E.M.
    • Club Leader: Amy Lowdermilk-Odom
    • Ages: 4th-8th grade
    • Location/Times: Meets Weekly on Mondays for 6 weeks starting in November; 3:30-4:30 @ Extension Office

**Coming Soon**

  • Photography Club information coming soon
    • Club Leader: Amy Lowdermilk-Odom & Lynda Mastronardo
    • Ages: TBA
    • Location/Times: TBA

*Dates/Location/Times are subject to change based on club leader’s availability. Leaders will promptly contact club members with any changes.

**Clubs meeting at 3:30 are intended to be after school meetings so members can ride the bus and get dropped off at the Extension Office. Pick must be by 5 p.m. If your child needs to be escorted to Potter House after the meeting, please let your club leader know in advance.

How to Register:

If you do not already have a profile set up on 4HOnline, you must do that first! This information is needed in order for your child to participate in 4-H. For more information on setting up a profile, please visit our 4HOnline Help Page.

Once you have a profile, or if you already have one, registration for each club is as easy as contacting Lauren Nelson at lauren_nelson@ncsu.edu with your child’s name and the list of clubs they would like to attend.

Start a 4-H Club!

We welcome the opportunity for additional clubs within Tyrrell County! A club requires at least 5 youth from 3 different families and a caring adult volunteer. Please review the Club Leader Role Description. Clubs can cover a wide range of topics such as science, livestock, service projects, robotics, art, etc.

Check out the North Carolina 4-H Clubs main page.

Club Enrollment Forms

4-H Club Operation Forms

Potential Club Topics (4-H Leaders Needed)

  • SPIN Club: Choose a topic and lead a club for 6 weeks instead of a full year!
  • Environmental Education: Utilize the natural environment in Tyrrell County by learning about environmental sciences, Pocosin lakes, and more!
  • Other ideas welcome!!!

Contact Information

If you are interested in starting a club give us a call (252-796-1581) or email (lauren_nelson@ncsu.edu) and we can get started!

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For more information and for accommodations for persons with disabilities, contact the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Tyrrell County Center at 252-796-1581 or email lauren_nelson@ncsu.edu.

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Lauren Nelson, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionLauren NelsonExtension Agent, 4-H Youth Development Call Lauren Email Lauren N.C. Cooperative Extension, Tyrrell County Center
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