About 4-H
The Licking County 4-H Youth Development Program serves over 4200 youth through community clubs, school programs, and camp activities with the assistance of more than 530 adult and teen volunteers. Let us help you make the connection with positive youth development opportunities in Licking County! Click on the "About 4-H" link for Licking County 4-H contact information.
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Join 4-H
For youth ages 8 & in 3rd grade to 18 as of 01/01/15 can join a traditional club and youth age 5 & in Kindergarten through 2nd grade as of 01/01/15 can join as a Cloverbud. To find out more click on the read more link....
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Licking County 4-H Committee receives donation from Monsanto as a part of their America's Farmers Grow Communities program.
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