Forsyth County 4-H
4-H is a fun and educational program for children ages 5-18. The 4-H program is a part of N. C. Cooperative Extension and is dedicated to helping boys and girls develop life skills needed to be contributing members of their communities such as responsibility, leadership, self-esteem, critical thinking, communication skills, and good citizenship through learning by doing. 4-H’ers also give back to the community by helping others through community service, and have a good time doing it! The youth of all racial, cultural, economic, and social backgrounds are invited to participate in Forsyth County 4-H!
Forsyth County 4-H is open to all areas that make up the Forsyth County ( Winston- Salem, Belews Creek, Kernersville, Clemmons, Lewisville, King, Bethania, Rural Hall, Belews Lake, Tobaccoville, Pfafftown, and Horneytown)
Youth can participate in 4-H through different types of learning experiences, such as:
- Clubs and Groups
- School Enrichment Programs
- Special Interest Programs (SPIN)
- Residential Camps
- Summer Programming
- Livestock Groups
4-H Motto: “To make the Best Better”
4-H Slogan: “Learning by Doing”
4-H Colors: White- Purity, Green-Life, Growth, and Youth
If you would like additional information about joining Forsyth County 4-H, please feel free to contact any member from the 4-H Team.