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Hamilton County 4-H Clubs


Agrico 4-H Club - Harrison, OH Agrico 4-H

Established in 1963, Agrico is the oldest 4-H club in Hamilton County! We have members from 5-18 years old that take all sorts of projects, both Livestock and Special Interest.

Our club members participate in Livestock projects like market lamb, breeding lamb, swine, poultry, rabbits, and horse.  Special interest projects our 4-H’ers love are cake decorating, yeast breads, graphic design, robotics, kitchen chemistry, and gardening.

Contact Stephane Tumlin for more information.

Dreamweaver's 4-H Club - Cincinnati, OH (Finneytown)

The Dreaweaver's 4-H club focuses on a range of general projects like STEM, cooking, sewing, robotics, dogs, and more! Our club has members from 5-18 years old and when we get together, we enjoy doing arts and crafts, learning about new topics through guest speakers and presentations, and participating in community projects. Our favorite service project is working with our local nursing home, singing carols and making Christmas cards. 

Contact Nancy Nally for more information.

Free Range 4-H Club - Northern Hamilton County

Free Range 4H ClubFree Range 4-H Club is Hamilton County's only Home School 4-H Club! We accept members from across Hamilton County and have great hands on activities for both Cloverbuds and 4-H  members.  Our members enjoy participating in general projects like cooking, photography, art, sewing, and STEM and livestock projects like horses, poultry, rabbits, and alpacas.  When we get together, our club focuses on leadership and teambuilding games, arts and crafts, and sharing about our projects.  The service projects we love are volunteering with Hope's Closet, doing park cleanups, and working in a soup kitchen with the Salvation Army.  

Contact Lindsay Horlander for more information.

Gorman Farm 4-H Club - Reading, OH

Our club meets at Gorman Heritage Farm in Reading and our members range in age from Cloverbuds, 5-7 year olds, to 4-H members, 8-18 year olds. We work hard to engage all our members in hands on activities and our older members enjoy helping the Cloverbuds with their activities. During our meetings, we play games, share snacks, and learn new things from guest speakers. Gorman Farm 4-H club members love taking projects like sewing, cooking, art, horses, poultry, rabbits, STEM, and more! 

Contact Cindy Capannari for more information.

Hamilton County 4-H Livestock Club - Cleves, OH

Livestock ImageThe Hamilton County 4-H Livestock club loves to do projects that explore animal science and agriculture.  You can catch us in the show ring at the fair handling alpacas, beef, hogs, goats, lambs, poultry, rabbits, and horses. During our club meetings, we love to share what projects we're working on, hear from guest speakers, play games, and do club activities like bowling.  We also support our community by participating in the Harvest Home Fair Parade and doing outreach with Matthew 25 Ministries and food drives. 

Contact Heather Alden for more information.

Madeira 4-H BoothMadeira 4-H Club - Madeira, OH 

Meeting on the east side of Hamilton County, the Madeira 4-H club explores a variety of projects.  Our member's favorite projects include small animals like poultry and rabbits and large animals like goats and hogs. We also love to learn about STEM, robotics, cake decorating, cooking, and more through a variety of general projects.  During our club meetings, we love teaching each other about our projects and learning through guest speakers.  We love to give back to our community by baking dog treats with Brewhouse Bakery and planting flowers and picking up trash at local parks. 

Contact Susan Kotowski or Dean Rettig for more information.

Western Hills 4-H Club - Cincinnati, OH (Westwood/West Side)

Western Hills 4H ClubWestern Hills 4-H Club (a.k.a The City Slickers) is an eclectic, diverse and engaging group of 4-H families. Located in the urban neighborhood of Westwood in Cincinnati, Ohio, we gladly welcome members from all over Hamilton County. Our members take an array of projects ranging from goats to art, with the intent to provide a well-rounded 4-H experience. We embrace our "rural roots" within our urban setting and celebrate our differences. Our club has a strong involvement in the community and emphasizes the importance of service to others. 

Contact Trudi Simpson for more information.