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Youth, ages 5-18, can be an 'at large' 4-H member as soon as they enroll in 4-H Online.  All required questions must be answered in order to submit your application. Please choose "Forsyth County Member-At-Large" for the club name, and choose ANY 4-H Project that interests your child. Contact us if you have questions.

Most of our 4-H clubs hold monthly meetings, but some meet twice a month. Visit our Current Clubs Website to learn more about the active 4-H clubs in Forsyth County. Fill out the information request form linked on that site, indicating the clubs in which you’re interested. The club leaders will contact you with more information about club meetings and upcoming events.

In Forsyth County, 4-H'ers can earn Scholarship Dollars by participating in competitive 4-H events; they can spend these 'dollars' to register for 4-H activities and camps or to be reimbursed for 4-H project supplies. Read about the policy here.

Follow these “steps to starting a club” or contact Dee An, Extension Volunteer Coordinator (336-703-2848, dcan@ncsu.edu).
We have over 200 projects in the areas of animal science, citizenship and civic education, communication and expressive arts, environmental science, family and consumer science, healthy lifestyles, personal development and leadership, plant science, and science and technology. Click here for a list of projects.
Summer Adventures will be posted as a news story when it becomes available (usually the first of May) at http://forsyth.cc/CES/4-H/. The ages for each program vary depending on the topic and difficulty of the class. We do NOT offer full-time childcare. Programs typically vary in length from 3 - 6 hours.