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About 4-H

4-H in Broomfield

Thank you for your interest in 4-H in Broomfield.  The Broomfield 4-H club still meets locally, but has been transferred to Boulder County to provide a more complete 4-H experience, including the opportunity to participate in a county fair.  For more information, please email Broomfield4H@gmail.com or visit the Boulder County 4-H website.

About 4-H

4-H began over a century ago as an educational program for the nation’s rural youth. Today, 4-H meets the needs of and engages young people in positive youth development experiences. These experiences are based on the idea that young people should be regarded as resources to be developed. 2010 marked the state centennial of 4-H in Colorado and a renewed commitment to helping shape youth and communities. In looking to the next century, 4-H further develops its programs and continues its motto of “Making the Best Better.”

To learn more about today’s 4-H, you’re invited to visit the Colorado 4-H site.

FAQs

What is 4-H?

4-H is a national youth development organization for kids ages 5-18.  It teaches youth leadership, citizenship and life skills through club membership and project work in over 50 different project areas.  Kids ranging in age from 5-7 years old are considered Cloverbuds, which is 4-H’s non-competitive discovery program.  Kids ages 8-18 are enrolled as club members, with competitive activities.

What if I have more questions?

Please start by contacting the club at – broomfield4h@gmail.com or visit the Boulder County 4-H website.