Redwood Valley 4-H Club

Redwood Valley 4-H Club

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Bel with her Old English bantam hen that won blue ribbon and special award at the 4-H Spring Fair Poultry Show.

The NEW Redwood Valley 4-H Club would like to invite youth ages 5-18 to visit our next meeting on September 8 at 4:00pm held at the SV Boys and Girls Club, 5060 Scotts Valley Drive in Scotts Valley.

This new 4-H club is the combination of the former Scotts Valley 4-H Club and the former Felton 4-H Club. Members will be able to sign up for upcoming projects, events, and County Fair activities. Some of the club projects that will be offered this year include Mad Science, Crafts, Gourd Art, Swine, and Flower Arranging, in addition to county projects like Shooting Sports and Rabbit Project.

With more than 6 million participants, 4-H is the nation’s largest youth development organization offering leadership and citizenship opportunities, ways to improve public speaking and learn important life skills, and get you ready to face the world with confidence. 4-H offers a wide variety of opportunities for youth and teens like community service projects, County Teen Leadership Team, Presentation Days, Fashion Revue, Spring Fair, Snow Camp, and Summer Camp.

Redwood Valley 4-H Club meets the second Sunday of the month in Scotts Valley. We always welcome adult volunteers to lead or assist with projects.

We invite you to come meet new friends and learn how to enroll in 4-H! For more information, contact the club leader at


Submitted by Club Reporter Bel (age 15): This is Bel’s tenth year in 4-H and she is a County All-Star. She is a member of the County Teen Leadership Team and 4-H Camp Planning Committee. She also participates in gymnastics, dance, and rowing.

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