4-H Clubs in Washington County

Washington County has approximately 650 youth in grades K-12 involved in 4-H.  Washington County has 17 community clubs, and 8 Clover Kids clubs.

4-H Community Clubs and Leaders in Washington County

  • Bows & Bullets (Shooting Sports) - Don Pfeiffer, Ralph Cox,  Kolin Ross, Steve Stender, Marvin Mast, Cindy Mellinger, Scott Mellinger, Michelle Pegg  
  • Crooked Creek - Barb Swailes, Pam Davis
  • Dutch Creek Flyers - Ted Greiner
  • Franklin Cubs - Mike Berdo  
  • Good Luck - Nancy Adrian
  • Highlanders - Stephanie Sexton, Angie Sandburg
  • Horse & Pony - Gale Whitacre, Jim Hotchkiss, Debra Kleese
  • Jackson Jets - Bob Spenner, Julie Stout 
  • Kalona Klassics - Marty Van Roekel
  • Limecreek Limelights -  Marianne Van Roekel, Becky Palmer
  • Limecreek Livewires - Joe TeBockhorst, Bob Stutzman, Jim Bohr
  • Prairie Pride - Kathleen Brinning, Amy Greiner, Heather Greiner
  • Riverside Enterprisers - Ann Lampe, Jean Lenz 
  • Riverside Ramblers - Jim Schneider, Doug Colbert, Cody Schneider
  • 76 Progressives - Deidra Baker,  Jayme Sieren 
  • Washington Go-Getters - John & Jennifer Wagner, Rachel Fishback 
  • Washington Hustlers - Kathy Ebert, Jodi Ebert
  • Washington New Club (Name TBA) - Tanya Stalder

4-H Clover Kids Clubs and leaders in Washington County:

  • Highland Clover Kids - Jeanna Gerot & Angela Hazelett
  • Crawfordsville Clover Kids - Todd & Laura Schmitz 
  • Jackson Clover Kids - Angela Taylor
  • Eagle's Nest Clover Kids -  Abby Dodd 
  • Little Hawks Clover Kids - Sarah Rodgers, Jenni Hershberger
  • Riverside Clover Kids - Sara Sublette
  • St. James Clover Kids - Lynne Sheetz
  • Washington Clover Kids - April Cuddeback, MIndi Rees

 

Note: Fundraising organizations, please do not mail advertisements for each club to the Extension Office.  Mail one & it will be copied or additional copies will be requested as needed. 

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