Welcome to Barry County 4-H

     Who can join? How do I get involved? Where can I find a club? Can I start my own club?  

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Barry County 4-H News

Our 4-H members had great successes at the local fairs, Purdy Festival, Ozark Empire Fair and State Fair this summer.  Barry County was well represented and the projects were incredibly reflective of the hard work these kids have put into their project areas over the past year.  
Purdy Festival - 54 Entries
49 of the entries made it to Ozark Empire Fair, 27 Blue Ribbons were received along with 2 Reserve Champion Ribbons and 1 Grand Champion Ribbon.  
Congratulations to ALL of our 4-H Members!  Keep up the great work and looking forward to see what you can accomplish next year! 

 

We are excited to announce Missouri 4-H Center for Youth Development is transitioning enrollment to Missouri 4HOnline. You may log on at http://mo.4honline.com. A link to the detailed, step-by-step instructions is included on the login screen, but we think you will find the system very easy to navigate. Please call the MU Extension Barry County office at 417-847-3161 for assistance setting up accounts and for any questions you might have.

You may also contact the 4-H Youth Program Associate, Brittni Ritchie, at the Extension office or by email: ritchieb@missouri.edu with any questions!

We look forward to a great year and appreciate your support and patience as we work together to Make the Best Better for Barry County 4-H.

Clubs

  • Exeter Trailblazers 4-H Club meets the fourth Monday of each month at 6:30 pm. Meetings are at the Exeter Lions Club Meeting room.

       Club leader: Tammy Gunter, 417-489-8447 or see the Exeter Trailblazers Facebook Group.

  • Screeching Eagles 4-H Club meets on the first Sunday each month at 3PM.  Meetings are held at the YMCA in Monett. 

                 Club leader:Beth Luebbering at Beth.Luebbering@myfcsfinancial.com  Check out their Facebook Page for more information. 

  • Horner Ridge Runners 4-H Club meets the third Thursday of each month at the Cassville Branch Library.

       Club leader Carolyn Kilts. See their Facebook page for more information.

**If you are interested in forming a new club - would would love to talk to you and help you do so!**

 

**For information on joining 4-H or being a volunteer, call the extension office at 417-847-3161.