Cleaver Kids

Cleaver Kids are children between the ages of six and eight. Many of them are the younger siblings of current 4-H members. They may also be children from a family that has been previously part of the 4-H program, or

Public Speaking

Speaking in front of a group is the number one fear of Canadian adults, but not for those who have been in the 4-H program. 4-H Alumni often list communication skills as one of the biggest assets they have gained

Community Service

As part of the 4-H pledge, we “pledge our hands to larger service.” That means getting out in the community and doing those things that need doing. In some communities, that is a highway clean-up. Sometimes it’s volunteering at the