Clinton County Clover Kids











What is Clover Kids?

Clover Kids is a FUN 4-H program for children in kindergarten through third grade. Children participate in hands-on activities designed to build lots of different life skills!


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What do Clover Kids do?

  • Explore science with simple science experiments
  • Strengthen motor skills through a variety of art and craft experiences
  • Have fun learning and playing cooperative games
  • Make friends and learn to work together with others in a group setting
  • Wonder League Robotics Challenge
  • And so much more!

How can my child become a Clover Kid?

1.      First, it is recommended that parents and their children (kindergarten through third grade) attend a club meeting as guests to learn more about the club and what plans they have for the year.  There are five Clover Kids Clubs in Clinton County including: DeWitt Clover Kids and Clover Buds; Goose Lake Clover Kids, Cal-Wheat Clover Kids, Grand Mound Clover Kids, and the Low Moor Clover Kids. 


Club Leader contact and meeting information:

Clover Club



Date of First Meeting

Meeting Location

Meeting Time

CalWheat Clover Kids

Andrea Engler

September 18

Cal-Wheat Elementary

3rd Wednesday/


Goose Lake Clover Kids

Beth Kroyman

September 13

Goose Lake

Community Center

2nd Friday/3:30 pm

DeWitt Clover Buds

Megan Fuglsang

September 9

Clinton County



2nd Monday/6:30 pm

DeWitt Clover Kids

Rachel Grager

September 9

Clinton County



2nd Monday/6:30 pm

Low Moor Clover Kids

Amy Schroeder

September 1(TBD)

Low Moor Community Center

1st Thursday 5:30-6:30 pm


Grand Mound Clover Kids


Lindsey Tague

September 19

Grand Mound Community Center


3rd Thursday/6:00 pm


2.      If your child would like to join, you will notify the Club Leader and they will give you an enrollment form to complete and return before the club’s registration deadline.  There is a 1:10 youth to adult ratio for membership, so there is a maximum number of youth who may join.  Members are not considered active until they have submitted BOTH the enrollment paperwork and payment (checks payable to Clinton County Extension 4-H Program) to their Club Leader. Each club will provide a Yearly Club Plan to their members before the December 1st meeting, so that families can plan for the fun activities ahead.


What does it cost to join?

Your $30 Member Enrollment Fee:

$5 4hOnline Support Fee

$15 to Your Clover Kids Club for Supplies

$10 County Program Support


*Members enrolling before December 1st will receive a $5 credit from the Clinton County 4-H Foundation. Members will owe $25 per member.
*Returning members enrolling after December 1st, will be issued a $10 late fee and not receive the $5 credit from the Foundation. This means you will owe $40 per member.
*New members enrolling after December 1st will owe $30 per member.


Clover Kids will enroll through 4hOnline this year!

Help Sheet for Enrolling in 4hOnline as a New Family

Help Sheet for Re-Enrolling Members/Families


Please contact the Clinton County Extension Office at (563) 659-5125 or a local Clover Kids Club Leader to learn more!

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