4-H Clubs

Clubs Covering a Wide Variety of Topics and Interests

Chesterfield 4-H offers both general and special interest (SpIn) clubs that cover a wide variety of topics and areas of interest.

4-H General Clubs

4-H membership varies in age based on specific clubs or activities. 4-H offers age categories as follows:

  • Cloverbuds (ages 5-8)
  • Junior Members (ages 9-13)
  • Senior Members (ages 14-18)
  1. Business Brunch (Juniors, Seniors)

Business Bunch (ages 9-18)

  • Project focus varies
  • Community service and leadership opportunities
  • Contact Sarah Gregory at 804-573-4176
  1. Chesterfield Classic Equestrians (Juniors, Seniors)
  1. Feathers and Feet - Poultry Club (Juniors, Seniors)
  1. Four-Legged Clovers - Horse Club (Cloverbuds, Juniors, Seniors)
  1. Green Clover Kids - Homeschool Club (Cloverbuds, Juniors, Seniors)
  1. Horse Busters 4-H Club (Juniors, Seniors)
  1. Lending a Paw - Dog Club (Juniors, Seniors)
  1. Sharpshooters Shooting Sports Club (Juniors, Seniors)
  1. Teen Leadership Club (Seniors)

4-H SpIn Clubs

A 4-H SpIn (special interest) club is for small groups of young people to learn about a topic of interest in-depth. The SpIn club model provides increased flexibility in when and how long groups meet. Email Chris Allen to register.

  1. Youth Entrepreneur Shark Tank - Saturdays, Feb. 4, 11 and 25

Youth Entrepreneur Shark Tank

Calling all entrepreneurs! This SpIn club is looking for youth in 3rd-12th grades. Do you make something that you want to sell? A great business idea? This class is for you!

We will cover researching, marketing, branding and your sales pitch. Interested youth should have a business idea they would like to start on or already in operation.

We have pulled together an impressive group of mentors from our community, including representatives from:

  • 4-H
  • Chesterfield County Cooperative Extension
  • Chesterfield County Farmers Market
  • Chesterfield County Public Library

Class will culminate in a 4-H version of Shark Tank where the top three presenters will earn start-up capital to fold into their business, plus preferential consideration as a youth vendor with the Chesterfield County Farmers Market.

All participants will be given the opportunity to apply as a youth vendor at the Chesterfield County Farmers Market, if interested. Youth must be creative and willing to learn.

Chesterfield County Central Library Meeting Room
Chesterfield County Extension Office (9501 Lori Road, Chesterfield, VA 23832)

Dates and Times
Saturdays, Feb. 4, 11 and 25
1 -3 p.m.

Open to Chesterfield County resident youths in 3rd-12th grades. Interested youth should have a business idea they would like to start on or already in operation.

$20 per youth (total, includes six hours of instruction). Payment must be received in order to be registered; space is limited - first come, first served.

To register, email Chris Allen.