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2013 Pike County 4-H
Club Leaders & Volunteers

Arthur Kids
Future Arthur Kids
Lanora Kelley

Boots & Saddles
Fillies & Colts
(Horse & Pony Club)
Amanda Boyd
Sherry Hagan
Sarah Hagan
Jason Keeker
Chynna Beckley

Challengers
Little Challengers
Angie Williams

Feathers and Fur
Future Feathers and Fur
(Rabbit Club)
Chris Hyneman
Phyllis Hyneman

Friendly & Mini Friendly
Beth Goeppner

Happy Kamper Kritter Keepers
Lil' Happy Kamper Kritter Keepers
Candy Meyer
Jenny Ridao

Homegrown
Future Homegrown

Angela Baumgart
Cheryl Slomski
Leslie Tegmeyer

Just Kidding
Future Just Kidding
(Goat Club)
Betty Sullivan
Glenna Russo

Lucky Clovers
Future Lucky Clovers
Becky Steinhart
Crystal Hanebutt

Pigs In A Blanket
Mini Pigs In A Blanket
Tricia Claridge

Pike’s Peeps
Future Pike’s Peeps
(Poultry Club)
Cheryl Slomski

Scottsburg Rockin’ Rascals
Mini Scottsburg Rockin’ Rascals
Kay Hartke
Amy Carnahan

Shooting Sports
Jill & Nathan Mann
Dan Carnahan
Stan Edwards
Jamie & Keith Jenkins
Rick Mann
Mike Tegmeyer
Keith Thomas

Stargazers
Future Stargazers

Sandy McBeth

Wideawakers
Mini Wideawakers
Jackie Furman
Adrienne Furman

Willisville Warriors
Mini Willisville Warriors
Rhonda Anderson

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FAQs

Members may choose any club for a primary club - either a "regular" or a "special interest" club.

4-H'ers may belong to more than one club!  For example, you could have Homegrown as your primary club and Shooting Sports, Just Kidding and Pike's Peeps as secondary clubs. 
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A Word About "Special Interest Clubs"
(Shooting Sports + Horse & Pony, Goat, Llama, Poultry & Rabbit Livestock Clubs)

Members who are enrolled in Shooting Sports should attend Shooting Sports meetings.

Livestock members are strongly encouraged to attend livestock club meetings and county-wide 4-H livestock meetings and workshops.  These meetings will help you learn more about selecting and caring for that species, how you and your animal(s) will be judged at fair, tips on showmanship and more!  Livestock club leaders and livestock superintendents can also answer many of your questions and help you prepare for fair.

 

2013 Pike County 4-H
Livestock Superintendents
and Committee Members

Beef & Dairy
David Flint

Goat
Betty Sullivan
Glenna Russo

Horse & Pony
Amanda Boyd
Sherry Hagan
Jason Keeker

Poultry
Seth Slomski

Rabbit
Chris Hyneman
Phyllis Hyneman

Sheep
Steve Cook

Swine
Mike Wilson

4-H Council Livestock Committee
Melissa Atkins
Bridget Cannon
Kelly Cook
Jackie Furman
Carl Goeppner
Kim Goeppner

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Click here to visit the 4-H Council page!

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4-H:  Building Our Future with Volunteers

 

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Calling All Volunteers!

Are you interested in helping the
Pike County 4-H/Youth program?

Whether you'd like to help with regular club meetings or just help for an hour or two at an event, your assistance is greatly appreciated!

Contact the Extension Office for more information.

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Volunteer's 4-H Pledge

I pledge my head to give children the information I can, to help them see things clearly and to make wise decisions.

I pledge my heart to encourage and support children no matter whether they have success or disappointments.

I pledge my hands to help children's groups; if I cannot be a leader, I can help in many equally important ways.

I pledge my health to keep children strong and well for a better world through 4-H, for children's groups, our community, our country and our world.

Adapted from Washington 4-H Volunteer's Leadership Handbook.