Welcome to 4-H in Schoharie County!
Youth and their families in Schoharie County can take advantage of various 4-H opportunities at the county and state level. Whether they are offered after school, in the summer, or as a workshop, club, camp, or special event, 4-H programs are designed to fit the interests and needs of the diverse young people who live in our rural and urban communities. There are many active 4-H clubs and approximately 300 young people ages 5 to 19 take part in 4-H activities in Schoharie County. We'd like to welcome you to that number!
Visit other pages in this section to read more about 4-H, its history, and philosophy, and to find ways that you and your family can become involved. Once you see what 4-H has to offer, please call us with any questions you may have! We look forward to speaking with you, and we hope to welcome you soon to a 4-H program in your community. You can sign up for our monthly
e-newsletter "The Schoharie County 4-H Newletter" by sending an email to Teresa Adell firstname.lastname@example.org
Bring your horse and have the opportunity to learn how to:Build confidence, improve relationship and partnership, human and horse responsibilities, respect personal space, improve transitions and responsiveness
Learn more about our 4-H After school programs in Schoharie County, offered at Schoharie Central and Ryder Elementary.
Need help filling out entry forms? Fair Entry workshop, Monday, June 25, 6:30 p.m., CCE Extension Center, Cobleskill. Registration is required.
The Schoharie County 4-H Newsletter, A publication of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schoharie and Otsego Counties.
Learn how to : wash, groom, clip, banding and braiding, preparation, and showing
4-H youth will learn equipment, lighting, composition and skill building.
Last updated June 18, 2018