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4-H Canada - Yarmouth County

Located In Yarmouth County
Areas Served Yarmouth County
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Phone 902-638-2387
Contact Kari Brown, Agriculture Leadership Coordinator, 4-H Nova Scotia; Phone: 902-638-2387; Email:
Description & Services
4-H is an organization dedicated to the personal development of youth while providing a positive impact on volunteers and communities in Nova Scotia. It is one of the longest running youth organizations in the world through which youth learn to do by doing. 
In Nova Scotia, 4-H members have over 40 exciting projects to choose from each year. They include topics like computer, scrapbooking, woodworking, heritage, photography, along with traditional projects like large and small livestock, garden, foods, crafts, and sewing.  
There is a very low Provincial registration fee of $25 to join. Some 4-H clubs may also have additional small fees. However, a variety of fundraising activities provide most of the financial support needed.  
Who can join 4-H? 
Cloverbuds: 7 – 8 years old 
Juniors: 9 – 13 years old 
Seniors: 14 – 21 years old 
There are two 4-H Clubs in Yarmouth County: 
Prince Charles 4-H Club 
Maple Leaf 4-H Club
Eligibility Ages: 7 year(s) - 21 year(s)
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