4-H Youth Development

4-H Youth Development

Calumet, Manitowoc, & Sheboygan Counties 

4-H is a volunteer-led organization that meets in small groups called clubs. Member decide for themselves which projects they want to learn more about.  4-H is open to boys and girls in grades 3-13. Kindergarten - second graders join 4-H as Cloverbuds. The 4-H year is October 1 through September 30, although enrollment is open all year.  


Clubs usually meet once a month, and youth are involved in decision making and leadership roles. 4-H projects include:

  • Science, Technology, Engineering & Math

  • Arts & Crafts

  • Cooking/Cake Decorating

  • Drama

  • Horse & Pony

  • Photography

  • Small Engines

  • Tractors

  • Animals - Farm & Pets

If your child is interested in participating, you can find more information on your options below.

Calumet County 4-H 

Contact: Andrea Braatz, 4-H Youth Development Educator

920-849-1450 or 920-989-2700

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There are fifteen different 4-H Clubs in Calumet County. The Calumet County 4-H Office is located in Chilton.

Manitowoc County 4-H 

Contact: Kevin Palmer, 4-H Youth Development Office


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There are over twenty different 4-H Clubs in Manitowoc County. The Manitowoc County 4-H Office is located in  Manitowoc.

Sheboygan County 4-H 

Contact: Linda Lueder, 4-H Youth Development Program Coordinator 


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There over thirty different 4-H Clubs in Sheboygan County. The Sheboygan County 4-H Office is located in Sheboygan.