4-H is a dynamic youth organization across America where young people learn leadership, citizenship, and life skills by participating in 4-H and community activities.  In Trempealeau County there are nearly 300 4-H members that belong to one of the 12 community clubs.

The program is not only about getting youth more involved, but getting families involved as well.  4-H is dedicated to help create connections between youth and adults in order to help everyone grow and develop through the programs that are hosted, community activities, club involvement, and service.

The 4-H pledge sums up what 4-H is pretty nicely:

 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!

To learn more about what 4-H is please follow this link HERE.

For more information regarding 4-H in Trempealeau County please feel free to look through the various tabs listed below, or at the top right of this page.  If you have more questions please reach out to our 4-H Program Coordinator, Sarah Tanis, at 715-284-4257 ext. 505 or via email at sarah.hoffman@ces.uwex.edu

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