Find a 4-H club for you!
No matter what your interest or hobby, there is sure to be a club for you. In Cabarrus County, we have several clubs from which to choose.
For information on any of these clubs, call 704-920-3310.
Carolina Coeds 4-H Club
A coed 4-H club focused on community service and career exploration. Meets at the Logan Multipurpose Center in Concord.
Davis Equestrian 4-H Club
A 4-H horse club in Charlotte. Meets the 1st Wednesday of each month at Davis Equestrian Center, 6:30pm.
A long-time 4-H club in Cabarrus County. Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at Flowes Store Fire Department, 6:30pm.
The youth in this club focus on sports and fitness. Meets the 1st Saturday of each month at Logan Community Center, 7pm.
Give to the 10th Power
A club of homeschool students using science curriculum. Ages 9 and up.
One of our fine 4-H horse clubs in Cabarrus. Meets in Mt. Pleasant.
A 4-H horse club in Cabarrus with an outstanding reputation of accomplishment in the district and state horse shows. Meets the 1st Tuesday of each month.
Hoofprints Jr. 4-H Club
A 4-H horse club in Richfield. An introductory club catering to a variety of interests. Ages 5-8. Meets the last Saturday of every month, 10am - noon.
A horse project club. Meets the second Monday of each month at Hollow Oak Farm, 6:15pm. The youth in this club are active in horse judging, presentations and other horse activities.
Pet Pals 4-H Club
A 4-H club interested in pets. Meets at the Extension office in Concord.
A long standing Cabarrus club that works hard on community service projects. Meets the first Friday of each month at Cross of Christ Lutheran Church, 6:30-8pm.
Emphasis in this club is on horses, but youth also learn about heritage chickens, ducks, honey bees and growing organic vegetable plants. Meets the 4th Sunday of each month, 3pm.
NC 4-H Horse Program
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.
Joining a club is FREE! Enrollment forms are required after joining.
Don't see what you are looking for? Try starting your own club! Contact a local 4-H agent for more information.
Youth do not need to join a club to take part in county, district or state 4-H activities. Contact your local 4-H agent for more information.