Club Directory

4-H Clubs 

Forest Everreadies

Forest Everreadies is a 4-H club located in the south portion of Winnebago County, Iowa. Our mission as Forest Everreadies 4-H club members is to instill the 4-H core values of making the best better for our club, our community and our world. 

Meets: Forest City Emergency Services Center in Forest City - 2:00 p.m. on the first Sunday of the month 

Leader(s): Renee Sorenson & Cindy Dontje 

Grant Gleaners

The Grant Gleaners strive to build up each of their members, to find what aspects of 4-H each member is interested in and support them through their 4-H years. The Grant Gleaners do several community service projects each year and have fun while serving the community. 

Meets: Heritage Town Center in Buffalo Center - 6:30-7:45 p.m. on the first Sunday of the month 

Leader(s): Sarah Newton & Cassie Willmert 

Logan Loganeers

The Logan Loganeers are active and involved with our area communities, doing several service projects throughout the year. The Logan Loganeers do fun group activities and help individual members find what area of 4-H is most important and interesting to them! We want every member to learn, grow and have fun as a part of the logan Loganeers! 

Meets: In the basement of the Truman Helgeson Civic Center in Lake Mills - 2:00-4:00 p.m. on the first Sunday of the month 

Leader(s): Robin Charlson & Allison Greenfield 

Call the Winnebago County Extension Office if you would like to contact one of the 4-H leaders listed above.
641-584-2261 or toll free at 1-888-408-6606

4-H Special Interest Groups 

Sewing Project Group

Use your sewing skills and creativity to make clothes, pillowcases, bags, or anything else! 

  • Learn to create clothing or other items for yourself ad others 
  • Learn about fibers and fabrics 
  • Apply design elements and art principles to your constructed item 
  • Learn how to safely use sewing equipment 

Meets: In the Farm Bureau building in Thompson 

Leader(s): Cassie Engstler Armstrong & Mary Walk 

Past Project Patterns 

2023 Sewing Projects 

Little Wallet.PDF 

 

Sharp Shooters

4-H Safety and Education in Shooting Sports (SESS) uses skills and disciplines of shooting to assist young people and their leaders in obtaining knowledge and developing life skills. The disciplines include archery, rifle, shotgun, muzzleloader, and wildlife skills. 

Leader(s): Gus Marmaras & Jordan Newton 

More Information

A Shooting Sports Club is underway in Winnebago County for boys and girls in grades 4-12. It includes archery, shotgun, and air rifle.

Eventually youth can attend competitions if they desire, but the main objective is to have fun, learn responsible firearm and archery safety, learn outdoor skills, develop leadership and team building skills and will make new friends along the way.

Volunteers are also needed to become a 4-H Certified Shooting Sports Instructor. 

Contact the Winnebago County Extension Office if interested in joining or becoming a volunteer. Call 584-2261 or toll free at 1-888-408-6606.

More info on Shooting Sports

Information & Health Form (required)

Parent Permission Form (required)

Call the Winnebago County Extension Office if you would like to contact one of the 4-H Special Interest leaders listed above.
641-584-2261 or toll free at 1-888-408-6606