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Lee County 4-H Program

Welcome to our Lee County 4-H Program

4-H is a fun and educational program in which participants “Learn by Doing.” Kids  complete hands-on projects in areas like agriculture, health, science, horticulture, and citizenship. Youth involvement in 4-H has proven over the years to increase
leadership skills, community care, and provide needed life skills. Activities and programs will vary depending on age and ability level and are designed for boys and girls anywhere from age 5 all the way up to 19 years old.

4-H is open to all youth regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, or disabilities.

We encourage family involvement in 4-H. It’s not just a youth organization,
it’s a family organization, providing children and parents with projects and activities designed to help learning and growing, TOGETHER.

One other great thing about 4-H, it is FREE!
Lee County offers a variety of programs for youth to participate in throughout the year. Scroll down to see what is happening month to month. 
You may also see our events posted on the Lee Extension Calendar here

Lee County 4-H Brochure


| Crazy Quilters |

Hearts for Horses |

Saddle Slappers |

Team Topshots |

Young Commissioners |

Magetsi |

| Lee County Teen Council |

lee county club names

Club list for publication updated 4.18.18

Lee County 4-H Member of the Year Application

Congratulations to Magetsi 4-H Club for winning the 2017 Club of the Year Award

For more information about Lee County 4-H, contact:
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Lee County Center
2420 Tramway Road
Sanford, NC 27332-9174
(919) 775-5624
Bill Stone: bill_stone@ncsu.edu
Pam Kerley: pkerley@ncsu.edu