Community Clubs

Green ApronDog Club

In this virtual cook along class, youth pre-register on zsuite. You can then pick up a cooking kit that includes some special ingredients for each bake, and some 4-H swag. Then youth will hop on the zoom meeting and cook along with our teachers to learn a new recipe and new skills.  Late registrations, or those on a budget, are invited to participate for a discounted fee, but will not be provided a cook along kit. 

September 21st: Taste of India- Butter Chicken   
(Last day to register for kit- Sept 13th)

October 19th: Luck of the Irish- Boxty
(Irish Potato Cakes)                                                 
Last day to register for kit- Oct 11th

November 16th: Philippine recipest   
Last day to register for kit- Nov 8th

December 14th: Swedish Pastry- Cardamom Spritz   
Last day to register for kit Dec 6th

English Horse Club

Wrench Cross Stables WillardDog Club

Diversify your talents and expand your horizons by adding English riding to your repertoire! This horse club is located in Willard Utah. They meet once a week when the weather permits.  Any youth in the 3rd-12th grade are welcome to join but must have their own horse.  Youth will learn horse safety, riding skills, and increase their knowledge of horses.  For more information contact Ruth Beebe at (435) 512-5484. Meetings begin Thursday at 5:30 at WCS. Sign up for English Riding on zsuite before practice.  
MAY 20,203
English Try It Day at Wrench Cross Stables. Come try your hand at dressage, show jumping, and cross-country! Bring a volunteer too! Always rsvp for lessons at WCS. Sign up on z-suite for try it day and cache county english horse camp.

I Love America Club
Dog Club

The Box Elder County 4-H “I Love America”  Club is a multi-denominational club to give children an opportunity to study United States History and the principles of liberty included in the United States Constitution. Children of all religious beliefs are welcome, and respectful dialogue regarding the beliefs of others will be encouraged. More info here.
First Meeting September 2oth at 4pm
At the Tremonton Public Works Building
*Looking to volunteers to hepl teach lessons. If you're interested please email

Dog Club: Paws for Applause

Dog Club Dog Show Dates for 2023 Aug 11th&12th
The 4-H dog program breeds more then obedient dogs, it builds youth. While 4-H members learn to better control and train their dog, they are also building self confidence, independence, and mastery. Opportunities within the 4-H Dog Program include  Obedience, Showmanship, and Agility Trials

Interested in Joining, contact Lanette Sorenson 435-279-4041

Before attending club with your dogs- youth must be enrolled as a 4-H member, and dogs must have required vaccination records. In order to participate in the Box Elder County Dog Show youth must join the club by June 4th.

The 4-H Pet Show

Annual Pet Show for 2023: August 8th

Here are the categories:Dog Club

  1. Dogs
  2. Cats
  3. Pocket Pets
  4. Reptiles and Amphibians
  5. Aquatics and Diversity

Pet Class Definitions

Rules and Guidelines

Pet Show Score Sheet 

Rabbits Club

Rabbits ClubThis club begins meeting mid May each year and continues to meet weekly until the fair. They are very family oriented and welcome youth 4 years old and up to participate. Their meeting place is the small animal barn at the Box Elder County Fairgrounds.
2023 Schedule 
Starting June 1st the club will meet Thursdays at 7pm. Questions or concerns?  Kristy Noyes - 435-279 6591 or

Poultry ClubDog Club

The Box Elder County 4-H Poultry and Pigeon Club will begin thier meetings in the Summer. This club is a great way to share your passion for poultry and take part in some healthy comeptition at the county fair!
2023 Schedule 
Starting June 1st the club will meet Thursdays at 6pm.
For more information contact Jeremy Pebley - 435-339-9965

Shooting Sports ClubDog Club

Now seeking a Volunteer Club Leader in Box Elder County! Contact the Extension Office if you are interested! Do you have a passion for hunting or just love to shoot? Perhaps, you thrive for the intense quiet and patience of archery or pride in hitting your mark 400 yards away.  Maybe, you are just interested in sharing your skills with the youth in Box Elder County.

About Shooting Sports

The Shooting Sports curriculum uses the resources of the land-grant university and the time, talent, and dedication of Cooperative Extension agents and certified 4-H leaders, instructors, and trainers who instruct 4-H members in firearms safety and marksmanship. The shooting disciplines include archery, rifle, shotgun and hunting. Each discipline is taught by a National or State Certified Instructor.


The Archery Club has two meeting times
5:00-6:00 Beginers (Equipment Provided) 
6:00-7:00 (If you have your own equipment)
Club meeting meeting take place at the fairgrounds in the small indoor arena on the 3rd Tuesday of the month starting January 17, 2023 through April. For questions contact the 4-H office at 435-695-2542.

Sewing Circle Club

Rabbits Club

Community club to help teach beginning sewing, modeling and interview skills. This Club meets (January-April). Each participant will have a complete special projects TBD and will be invited to participate in the Fashion Revue county contest and fashion show. The cost (to be announced this Winter) covers all fabric, thread, embellishments, but does not include $10 Yearly 4-H membership fee.

Lego Club

Rabbits ClubThe Box Elder 4-H Lego Club meets once a month in Fielding. The Lego Club introduces science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to 4-H members through fun, exciting hands-on learning.
Questions? Contact 


Cloverbud ClubDog Club

4-H Cloverbuds is a name given to a 4-H club membership for youth five to eight years of age (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. For more information on upcoming events email