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4-H Club Information and Enrollment

The purpose of 4-H is to develop young people into productive and responsible members of society.

In Shenandoah County, most 4-H’ers belong to a community club where they elect officers, learn to conduct meetings, choose a 4-H project to complete, plan programs, and participate in community service and other activities. A network of adult volunteers work with the 4-H clubs. Parents are welcome to volunteer their time and talents.

4-H Enrollment Information

    4-H Online
    4-H Health History Form

For more information about 4-H clubs in Shenandoah County, see the 4-H Club Brochure or see items below:

Cabin Hill 4-H Club / Cloverbuds, Conicville Fire Hall, 3rd Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.
Richard & Amber Newton - 540-325-6637

Fort Valley 4-H Club / Cloverbuds, Fort Valley Fire Hall, 2nd Sunday, 4:00 p.m.
Justin and Jessica Ritenour -

Lebanon Church 4-H Club / Cloverbuds, Strasburg Community Center, 3rd Monday, 7:00 p.m.
Kim Peterson – 540-465-5659
Bobbie Van Norton –    

New Market 4-H Club / Cloverbuds, New Market Reformation Lutheran Church, 2nd Sunday, 3:00-4:00 p.m.
Lauren Reynolds – 540-333-9319
Brent Eaton –    

St Luke-Saumsville 4-H Club / Cloverbuds, Saumsville Christian Church, 2nd Monday, 7:00 p.m.
Holly Steed – 540-459-2283
Doris Lineweaver – 540-459-5623

Registration deadline is December 31, 2022.

Seven Bends 4-H Shooting Education Club, Strasburg Moose Family Center,  2nd Monday, 6:00 p.m.
Keith and Angela Henry 

Focus is on rifle, shotgun, archery, air pistol / rifle and muzzleloading, 

Shenandoah County 4-H Exchange Club, Shenandoah County Government Center, 1st Thursday, 7:00 p.m.
Jeff Dean –

Host/Travel (2 Year Commitment)
Ages 13-19
Interstate Exchange Flier 2022-2023

Shenandoah County 4-H Livestock Club, Wakeman's Grove Church of the Brethren, 2nd Tuesday, 7:00 p.m.
Kristi and Adam Zirkle – 540-325-6933 

Toms Brook 4-H Club / Cloverbuds, Toms Brook United Methodist Church, 1st Sunday, 6:00 p.m.

Marybeth Moats - 540-335-7752 (can text)


The County 4-H Council is made up of three youth and one volunteer from each 4-H Club, plus a full slate of county officers. They meet on the fourth Monday in September, October, January, February (snow date for January), March, and April to conduct county-wide business. Standing committee includes 4-H Bike-A-Thon, Fair Booth, and Special Events.

Shenandoah County has an active 4-H All Star Chapter that gives leadership to the County Public Speaking and Presentation Contests. Local All Stars are available to teach workshops, serve as judges, help 4-H'ers with projects and serve in other ways. Contact the Extension Office for more information.

Please see the Virginia Chapter of 4-H All Star website for All Star newsletters, nomination forms, bylaws, conference information, scholarship and award applications and educational information about the 4-H All Star Program.