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4-H Youth Development

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Learn by doing…. that’s the 4-H motto. 4-H empowers youth to do just that to improve themselves, their club, their community, their country and their world.

Click the photos to choose your pathway and get involved!

Girl kneeling on grass with a sheep
ANIMALS
4-H CLUBS & HONOR CLUB
4-H CLUBS & HONOR CLUB
Young girl working on a science project
STEM ACTIVITIES
7 canoes at the waters edge of the lake
THE GREAT OUDOORS
A young girl working on a after school project
AFTER-SCHOOL/PROJECT MTGS.
two boys doing a wood shop project
CAMPS & CONFERENCES
Young girl stirring something in a pot
FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES
Group of students helping with Community Involvement
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
4 girls holding ribbons from a contest
TEAMS
Young girl holding a blue ribbon for winning a contest
CONTESTS & COMPETITIONS

Contact Information

Amy Judd Fellhoelter

Amy Judd Fellhoelter
Co. Director, Extension Agent II
Phone: (865) 458-5612
Email:
afellhoe@tennessee.edu

Megan Long Profile Page

Megan Long
TSU-Extension Agent I
Phone: (865)-599-2636
Email:
mlong37@tennessee.edu


How do I join?

Joining 4-H is as simple as filling out our 4-H Enrollment Form. Click here and you are on your way!

4th – 8th graders attending Loudon County and Lenoir City Schools usually sign up for 4-H each fall at school.

Virtual School, Home school, and high school students can join by clicking to fill in a 4-H Enrollment Form.


Click this button to get the latest 4-H News!

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4-H Pledge

I pledge my Head to clearer thinking,

my Heart to greater loyalty,

my Hands to larger service,

and my Health to better living, for my club, my community, my country and my world.

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