Welcome to Hunt County 4-H

4-H is the youth development program of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension System. It’s purpose is to provide youth the opportunity to learn, develop life skills and form attitudes enabling them to become self-directing, productive and contributing members of society. The 4-H Program has opportunities for both rural and urban youth. Currently Hunt County encompasses 6 clubs, 8 formal project groups and over 150 active traditional members, Clover Kids and adult volunteers.

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Join the Club!

Texas 4-H is a club for kids and teens ages 5-18, and it’s BIG! It’s the largest youth development program in Texas with more than 550,000 youth each year. No matter where you live or what you like to do, Texas 4-H has something that lets you be a better you!

You may think 4-H is only for your friends with animals, but it’s so much more! You can do activities like shooting sports, food science, healthy living, robotics, fashion, and photography.

Look for 4-H clubs at your school, an after-school program, a community center, or even on base or through the reserves for military families.

Texas 4-H is part of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and the Texas A&M System. Founded in 1908, 4-H is the largest youth development program in Texas, reaching more than 550,000 youth each year.

Step 1 :

The first step to getting involved in 4-H is finding a club in your county that fits your location OR what you want to do! Hunt County 4-H currently has six active clubs. For a detailed listing of Hunt County 4-H clubs, please click HERE

Step 2 :

All 4-H members must be enrolled in one project. A project is the “activity” you choose to do in 4-H. We have resources to help you learn about the activity, and volunteers or your agent in your county will help guide you along, as well. There are opportunities like community service, leadership, and contests that can be associated with your project! Check out the project list to find what interests you.

Tips for choosing a project:

  • Select a project (or projects) you like.
  • Consider the money and time it will take. Can parents/guardians help?
  • Consider the space and equipment that you have at home.
  • A 4-H project should be fun, serve a purpose, and be worth the effort.
  • Select only the number of projects you can complete.
  • Contact your local county club to see which projects are already offered where you live.

For information on current Hunt County 4-H Project Groups, please click HERE.  To view the full list of eligible Texas 4-H projects, please click here.

Step 3 :

Signup on 4HOnline after you have found a project and club that is right for you!

  • Youth members are required to pay a $25.00 participation fee if enrolled by October 31st, and a $30.00 fee from November 1st to the completion of the 4-H year.
  • Clover kids (grades K-2) if available in your county will be required to pay a $10.00 participation fee.
  • Adults pay a $10.00 volunteer applicant fee.

Adults and youth will need to enroll on 4HOnline and be active to be considered an official member of Texas 4-H.

An active enrollment is required in order to register and participate in all 4-H meetings, activities and events. Each year on August 15th all membership in Texas 4-H goes to inactive and all youth and adult volunteers must re-enroll.


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