Here in Broome County, we have several options for clubs. If you are interested in a particular club and becoming a member please reach out to the 4-H office for details.
Our county wide club. All Broome County 4-Hers are SPARK club members. 4-H staff puts on several programs a month for youth to participate in
Hands- On Homeschoolers do a little bit of everything with a main focus in rabbit and poultry projects. Not Accepting New Members at this time.
The Explorers are a general club, with a emphasis on animal science. They explore all things 4-H. They are not accepting new members at this time.
The Fireballs do a little bit of everything, wood projects, crafts, gardening, community service and animal science projects. They are not accepting new members at this time.
The Milk Duds are a dairy focused 4-H Club. Their meetings focus on dairy education. They are accepting new members.
The Stars and Strides are a club that focuses on horse education and animal science. Our members work with livestock animals, poultry, and rabbits. We incorporate local community service, public presentations and leadership projects. They are not accepting new members at this time.
The Showstoppers focus on horse education, showmanship, horse related projects and public speaking. They are accepting new members.
This club is for members of the Windsor School District Elementary Schools. These programs are held once a week and lead by School Staff. Not accepting new members at this time.
Sure. Heart of Homeschooling 4H club is a general interest club. We don't focus on any specific area but like to explore everything from animal science, history, arts and crafts, and more. They are accepting new members!
This program is held though Windsor High Schools FFA Chapter. They focus on livestock and vegetable crop production. They are not accepting new members.
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Last updated April 18, 2023