Image 4-H is a place where youth make friends, share interests and work together with a caring adult in a safe environment to become productive citizens, outstanding communicators, effective leaders and successful learners. 4-H offers youth opportunities for mastery, service, self-determination, planning for the future and engaged learning. There are hundreds of projects available for members to participate in. Whether coding, photography, stargazing, soccer, rabbits, robots, cultural diversity, dance, etc, there is a 4-H learning community working on that. There are currently 14 4-H clubs located throughout Fayette County in two kinds of 4-H Learning Communities: 4-H Clubs - Grades 4-12 Clover Kids - Kindergarten to 3rd Grade Last year nearly 300 young people, Kindergarten through 12th grade participated in Fayette County 4-H. Are you involved? Would you like to be involved? If so, contact the Fayette County Extension Office at 218 South Main, Fayette or phone 563-425-3331 to speak with Michele Kelly, County Youth Coordinator. Michele may also be reached by emailing email@example.com. Adults interested in sharing your expertise, experience and enthusiasm, are also encouraged to reach out to Michele, sharing what it is they would like to share with 4-H clubs. A list of topics will be compiled as clubs seek guest speakers for the upcoming 4-H year.