4-H Cloverbuds is a name given to a 4-H club membership for youth 5 to 8 years old (Kindergarten through 2nd grades).  The purpose of the Cloverbuds program is similar to the regular 4-H program:  helping youth become competent, caring, contributing citizens through the development of life skills.

The Cloverbuds program has six objectives:

  1. Develop competencies in life skills for self-understanding, social interacting, decision-making, learning to learn, and mastering physical skills.
  2. Gain knowledge in sciences, literature and the arts through the experimental learning process.
  3. Develop positive attitudes about learning.
  4. Develop on-going relationships with caring adults and older youth that serve as positive role models.
  5. Explore family and community relationships.
  6. Develop understanding of and appreciation for social and cultural diversity.

2015 - 2016 Meetings will begin in the fall of 2015.  Watch for more information.