Baker County 4-H Clubs


Cloverleaf Cloggers

Clogging is very similar to tap dancing and is equally as much fun!  Look forward to practicing and performing around the county! Parents are encouraged to attend.  Learn how to give back to your community while making new friends!

Cloverleaf Cloggers meets weekly on Mondays at the Baker County County Extension Office (Auditorium) at 7pm.  Club Leaders - Madeline Carroll and Janet Lawson

Livestock Club

If you have an interest in animals like chickens, rabbits, pigs, or cows, please join them to find out more!  Raising an animal is a large responsibility but is a lot of fun as well! 

Livestock Club meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at the Baker County Extension Office (Agricultural Center) in the Auditorium at 6pm.  Project Leaders - Emily Coulliette, Corley Sweat, Blaine Turner, Brian Turner

All County - SPIN Club

A SPIN (Special Interest) Club is a club that focuses on one subject for a period of a few weeks.  The club will meet at different dates and times depending on the subject because of volunteer availability.  The subjects will range from arts & crafts to gardening & insects, archery and maybe even wood working! 

For more information, go to the Baker County 4-H All County Facebook Page.  Club Leader - Sara Rungruang

New - Outdoors Club

The Outdoors Club will begin on April 22nd from 9am-noon: Air Rifle Safety & Range Time; May 6th - 9am-11am: Range Time. Location: Baker County Sheriff's Complex. Youth must be enrolled/registered in the 4-H online system to participate. Register at:  Safety training is mandatory for all youth participants.  Closed toe shoes required for participation. 

For more information, go to the Baker County 4-H Outdoors Club Facebook page.  Club Leaders - Daniella and Lance Bowman.

County Council

This is for club delegates, as well as youth 10 + to engage in community service, team building, and leadership. Meets 1st Monday of each month at 6pm in the 4-H Classroom.  Leader - Shaina Spann

To participate in 4-H club meetings, youth must be enrolled at