Northeast Clark County 4-H has a variety of programs for youth ages 5 to 19 years of age that allows them to develop, create and engage in fun, age-appropriate learning activities. There is a range of curriculum and delivery methods in  Moapa/Glendale, Logandale/Overton, and Bunkerville/Mesquite.

The Nevada State 4-H Program operates on a fiscal year of Oct. 1 through Sept. 30. For most clubs throughout Northeast Clark County 4-H, enrollment is open year-round. There are no annual dues, some clubs may have fees to help cover the cost of supplies, but these expenses are usually minimal and optional.

Throughout the year, opportunities abound for 4-H youth. In the summer months, the place to be is at Southern Area 4-H Camp or one of our many day camps. In August, it is time for back to school events. In the Fall, the excitement is focused on the 4-H Achievement Night to start the 4-H year off. During the winter, the weekends are full of workshops and leadership trips. The spring months are busy, with livestock season in full bloom and the annual county junior livestock show and Clark County Fair in April.

While all these seasonal events are occurring, other 4-H programs, such as arts and crafts, cooking, GPS, leadership, robotic and sewing clubs are also busy with their own activities. In Northeast Clark, not only are the traditional 4-H clubs offered, but after-school programs are offered that also include family events, such as Family Night Out.

The heart of 4-H youth development is our faithful and trained adult volunteer leaders. If you or your children are looking for an enjoyable and quality youth development experience, contact us:

If you require a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in these events, please contact Paul Lessick, Civil Rights & Compliance Coordinator, at least 14 days prior to the scheduled event.

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