4-H Clubs in York County
York County 4-H clubs include general clubs, school-based clubs and selective clubs (clubs with a specific focus, or example: science, art, horse, sheep, goat, beef, dairy, dog, or nature). Take a look at all the possibilities below!
Boots-N-Buckles: General club with a focus on horses, alpacas, rabbits, poultry; Lyman/Buxton area
D.O.G.: General club with a focus on rabbits, guinea pigs, and cavies; Limerick area
Dream Catchers: General club with horse focus, Limerick area
Four Leaf Clover: General club, Shapleigh area
Homesteaders: General Club with Agriculture focus, Limington area
Kidding Around: General club with animal focus (working steers, llamas, sheep, goats, pigs, chickens and a club bunny); Lyman area
Little Falls: General club, Lyman area
Lucky Charms: Horse club, Sanford area. Members have a variety of interests ranging from livestock to crafts to shooting sports. We are always learning and finding ways to give back to our community.
Nature Kids: General club, South Berwick area. Our club activities are based on the interests of our 4-H members. Parents are an integral part of our club; their skills and talents are utilized to lead activities on a regular basis. Activities we have participated in include: animals, arts and crafts, cooking, gardening, nature studies, public speaking, puppetry, STEM activities and more. Service Learning is a big part of our club.
York County Shepherds: Sheep & Fiber club, county-wide
York County Shooters: Club is open to members ages 9-18; meetings and events held in Lyman at York County Fish & Game Assoc.
If you are interested in joining or want information about one of these clubs, please contact us at 207.324.2814 or 800.287.1535 (in Maine) and we will connect you with a leader who can tell you more about their specific club: when and where they meet and more details about the projects they are involved in.
We are always looking for new leaders, too! Please contact us if you’d like to start your own new club, at 207.324.2814 .