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4-H clover Anoka County 4-H clubs provide community and connection

4-H clubs are groups of youth in grades kindergarten through one year past high school, from all backgrounds and interests who meet regularly to work on 4-H projects, perform community service, develop leadership skills and learn to work together. Guided by one or more adult volunteers, a club can be any size, from a small group of neighborhood kids to a large group from a school or county. Visit a club meeting in your area before joining and see what 4-H has to offer! 

Families who are not interested in joining a traditional club can join as Independent members and still take advantage of county, regional, state and other 4-H opportunities. 

See below for a list of 4-H clubs in Anoka County as well as biographies on some of our clubs to help you decide what club best fits your family.

For more information on our 4-H clubs or to request an e-mail information packet contact:  Kim Ferguson at fergu029@umn.edu or call 763-324-3499.

4-H Clubs in Anoka County



Anna Gilbertson, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development, Anoka County
annag@umn.edu, (763) 324-3497

Kim Ferguson, Administrative Services Assistant, Anoka County
fergu029@umn.edu, (763) 324-3499

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