Clubs

4-H is run through volunteer-led clubs. These clubs are a safe place to explore new interests, learn through trial and error, and make new friends; all while having the support of a caring mentor. Different projects can be selected based on the interests of the youth involved. These projects are then completed within the club, and can be entered into the Weber County Fair in August!

Club Charting Requirements 

  • Clubs may charter throughout the 4-H Year
    • Prior to club meetings, all club members and leaders must be registered for 4-H for the current year.
    • Clubs will not be visible in ZSuite for enrollment until club charter paperwork is submitted to and approved by the 4-H Office. 
    • Club charter forms are available here.
    • Please email your club charter form to Sharon Bee at sharon.bee@usu.edu or drop it off at the 4-H Office. 
  • A chartered club includes at least 5 youth from 3 different families meeting at least 6 times a year. 
    • Families may combine to create a chartered club.
    • Cousins and extended family are considered different families.
  • Clubs agree to provide the “full 4-H experience”
    • Clubs use officers, offer pledges, and engage in learning & doing at club meetings.
  • 4-H Office Clubs 
    • Clubs overseen by the 4-H office are chartered clubs. This would include the various leadership clubs such as Teen Council, Jr. Teen Council, and Project Ambassadors.

"Family Clubs” should enroll in our AT HOME 4-H / INDEPENDENT STUDY.
  • 4-H At Home Clubs are NOT chartered clubs and limitations apply
  • Youth are able to participate in county contests and clinics.

As a new or returning member, please be sure you select the correct club with your enrollment. These would be those who plan to complete 4-H projects and activities outside of a Chartered Club. Independent Study clubs are a great way to begin and get to know other 4-H'ers and eventually break off into your own chartered club. Please, as always, reach out with questions; 801-399-8202.

Utah 4-H Age Divisions are based on a child’s school grade.

  • Cloverbud 4-H Members Kindergarten through 2nd Grade
  • Junior 4-H Members 3rd* through 5th Grade
  • Intermediate 4-H Members 6th through 8th Grade
  • Senior 4-H Members 9th through 12th Grade 

Youth who are homeschooled will follow the Utah State Board of Education criteria for grade placement based on age and should enroll in the grade based upon the USBE criteria for their age as of September 1, 2020. 

  • Cloverbud 4-H Members Ages 5 through 7
  • Junior 4-H Members Ages 8* through 10 
  • Intermediate 4-H Members Ages 11 through 13
  • Senior 4-H Members Ages 14 through 18

*Youth MUST be age 8 AND in 3rd grade to participate in large animal, shooting sports, and ATV projects and activities. Youth turning 8 AND in 3rd grade may participate after their 8th birthday during the 4-H year. Please note that youth must turn 8 by the ownership deadline (100 days prior to the show for cattle, 60 days prior to the show for sheep, goats, and hogs) to participate in the horse and livestock program.

4-H has more than 150 projects from which to choose. Some of these include:

  • Robotics
  • Sewing
  • Livestock
  • Photography
  • Public Speaking
  • Cooking 
  • Horses
Check out the community clubs below.

 Chartered Clubs - Active Clubs in Weber County

Club Project Area Leader Contact
4-H Creative Studio STEM Sarah Bhattarai & Annette Cumins sarah.bhattarai@usu.edu 
annette.cumins@usu.edu 
4-H STEM Squad STEM Sarah Bhattarai & Annette Cumins sarah.bhattarai@usu.edu 
annette.cumins@usu.edu 
Ankylosaurs Cloverbud Debra Ramer  debraramer@gmail.com 
(801) 388-3972
Bells Curly Tails Livestock - Hogs and Goats Steve & Sharla Bell cowgirl12355@msn.com 
(801) 564-1307
Better Bacon Bureau Livestock Joe Giordano giordanojf@gmail.com
801-695-6372 (text, call)
Champion Maker Livestock: Steer, Hogs, Goats Heather Marriott heffy0929@yahoo.com
Crafty Creators & Super Stitchers  Arts & Crafts Teresa Hunsaker  teresa.hunsaker@usu.edu 
Ghostriders Horse, Working Ranch Connie Neal cn4horse@peoplepc.com
801-866-9791 (text)
Guns & Roses Horse Judy Barrow & McKenzie Clem jabarr63@yahoo.com
801-540-0125 (text)
Hoofprints Horse Lance Quinn 4hlance@gmail.com 
Ice Cream For Fun Arts & Crafts Cathy Peterson (801) 698-5587
Jaques' Herd Livestock: Hog, Lamb, Turkeys (Aug-Nov) Jaime Jaques wlj19@yahoo.com
801-728-3233 (text, call)
Keepin' It Country Livestock Amy Marriott ajmgal@yahoo.com
(801) 940-2594
Maverix Horse  Kari Byington karibyington@aol.com 
(801) 750-0999
Meat Judging Livestock Sharon Bee (801) 866-7251
Mr. & Mrs. Needles Sewing  Susan Voorhees  susanvoorhees@gmail.com 
Muddy Boots Livestock - Beef and Hogs Brian & Terri Douglas 801-781-0219 or 801-781-0216 (call)
Nan-O-Bots (K-2) STEM/Robotics  Kimberly Nielson bludragonfly@gmail.com
801-547-4490
Purple Sage Horse & Leadership Erin Fish 801-920-1973 (cell)
Rafter B Livestock Livestock Cassie Joiner & Kari Breeding cajoiner@wsd.net
801-528-2984 (text, call)
Rocky Mountain Regulators  Livestock Amanda Hachmeister am1234aero@gmail.com
(801) 603-8090
Rustic Farms Livestock Ashley Bennett 801-814-3843 (text)
Sew-N-Yummy Family & Consumer Science Connie Neal cn4horse@peoplepc.com
(801) 866-9791
Smart Ponies  Horse Study  Connie Neal cn4horse@peoplepc.com
(801) 866-9791
Team John Deere Livestock - Lambs Jeff McNair jandkmcnair@yahoo.com 
(801) 745-7103
Techn-O-Town Bots STEM/Robotics Kim Nielson bludragonfly@gmail.com
(801) 547-4490
Teen Council Teen Council David Widdison
Craig Pitts
(801) 399-8220
(385) 321-5722
The Baa Bunch Livestock - Lambs Danielle Baxter dbaxter16@gmail.com
(801) 781-0749
Wild Things Livestock Sharon Bee
Tami Wilson
(801) 866-7251
(801) 643-1021
Winners Circle 4-H Livestock
Rabbit
Holden Steed holden.steed@yahoo.com
801-781-0330 (text, call)
Woolly Wagglers Livestock - Lambs Aaron Gold aarong@pineae.com
(801) 663-1361