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Sampson County 4-H



2019 Enrollment, Medical Release, Code of Conduct and Media Release 

All 4-H Enrollment, Medical Release, Code of Conduct and Media Release forms must be updated before you can participate in any 4-H events!

Use the NEW 4-H Online system!

(see the weblinks below)



November 3, 2018     10:00 a.m.   1992 East Broad St, Elizabethtown


Sampson County 4-H will be hosting a Bike and Hike at Brown’s Creek Bike Trail in Elizabethtown! Bring a picnic lunch for you and your family! SPECIAL NEEDS ARE ENCOURAGED!!! Spread the word to your friends! You do not have to have a bike to participate. If you need a bike, please call Ms Genny or Ms. Elizabeth. 910 592-7161

Sampson County 4-H Teen Council


December 14, 2018    Leaving at 5:00 p.m. 

MUST RSVP BY November 16, 2018! 

On December 14th we will be going to the Fayetteville Christmas Lights. Cost will be $5, payment due Dec 13th. We will leave the office at 5:00 p.m. Attendees should bring money for dinner as well, as we will be stopping along the way. This event is open to youth 12+, however parents with younger children can attend, but please call the office for more details. 910 592-7161


Clinton Trunk or Treat

October 31, 2018    5:30 p.m.   VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR 4-H AREA

Sampson County 4-H will once again be present at Clinton Trunk or Treat this year! We will be located near Twice as Nice on the Square. Stop by and say hello!
If you can volunteer, please call Ms. Genny 910 592-7161

What is 4-H?

4-H is the largest youth development organization in the United States, with more than 6 million youth involved in various programs and project areas. 4-H is delivered by the 101 Cooperative Extension Offices across the state of North Carolina. We believe in the power of youth. We see that every child has valuable strengths and real influence to improve the world around us. We empower them with leadership, communication and life skills that are needed to succeed in today’s world.

How do I get involved?

Getting involved in 4-H is really simple! There is no fee to join or uniforms required for participation. You can participate in 4-H in multiple ways:

  • Afterschool / In-School Enrichment
  • Community Clubs
  • Camps / Day Camps / Workshops
  • Youth At Large

Afterschool / In-School Enrichment

In some areas, there are 4-H programs offered through your local school. These programs are usually managed by volunteers and/or local extension staff. Youth participate in activities that build leadership and life skills during or after school hours. To check on the availability of these programs or to find an afterschool program, please call us at (910) 592-7161.

Community Clubs

4‑H clubs follow a planned program and offer multiple learning opportunities for youth that are self-directed. Clubs can meet in a variety of locations and typically meet in the evenings and on the weekends. Sampson County 4-H currently has seven 4-H Clubs and two 4-H Groups. Those clubs include but are not limited to:

  • Majestic Riders 4-H Horse Club
  • Prime Cuts 4-H Livestock Club
  • Happy Feet 4-H Club
  • Cookie Clover Scouts 4-H Club
  • Hippity Hop 4-H Rabbit Club
  • 4-H Juntos, Hobbton
  • 4-H Juntos, Clinton
  • Every Buddies Kids 4-H Club
  • K-9 Paws of Knowledge

For more information on how to get involved with one of our community clubs, please call (910) 592-7161 or email us at elizabeth_rowe@ncsu.edu or genny_thompson@ncsu.edu.

Camps/ Workshops / Day Camps

Sampson County 4-H offers many opportunities for youth of all ages to participate in activities that range from livestock to cooking. During the months of June, July, and August, Sampson County 4-H offers a  variety of summer day camp opinions. Day camp and workshop prices range from $5.00 to $25.00.

4-H youth also have to opportunity to attend week long summer camps at one of our three 4-H Camp Centers. Older youth have to opportunity to participate in several 4-H Teen events that take place during the summer. For more information on how to get involved, please call (910) 592 -7161.

Youth at Large

Did you know that you do not have to be a member of a club to participate in 4-H? If we don’t have a club that interest you, you can still participate by being a 4-H Youth at Large Member. Youth at Large are not involved in 4-H Clubs, however still participate in the same events, programs and workshops as normal club members. For more information, please call (910) 592-7161.

How do I join?

North Carolina 4-H is moving forward! Enrollment forms are now paperless! To enroll in Sampson County 4-H, please visit the 4-H Online link below. If you are new to 4-H, you will create a new “family” profile. If you have been involved with 4-H in the past, just update your information and “reactivate” your enrollment. It’s really that simple! If your are unsure on the enrollment process, please refer to the help pages below for tips on how to register. If you are still having problems, please contact Genny Thompson or Elizabeth Merrill at 910-592-7161 and we will be glad to assist you.



Need help? Click the link below for instructions on how to register.

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