Navajo County 4-H Club
Developing the skills of our young people
4-H Youth Development is part of the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension and the office for Navajo County is located at 748 N. 3rd Street, at the north end of the Navajo County Fairgrounds. 5-8 year old members join Arizona Clover Kids 4-H program. 9 – 19 year olds join the regular club program, if members are 19, they must be 19 years old by January 1st to be eligible for membership.
Our Goals are to develop leadership and responsibility while learning to live and work with others. Through 4-H you’ll acquire knowledge and skills to explore future careers, and you will achieve a great deal of satisfaction from your work and accomplishments. Most of all 4-H strives to help develop a positive self-image and good Citizenship. Our Motto is “To Make the Best Better.” There are many ways to become involved in 4-H.
One way to become involved is through membership in a club program. Many projects are available. A project is: 1) planned work in an area of interest to you, 2) guided by a volunteer who is your project leader, 3) aimed at planned objectives that you can attain and measure, and 4) summarized by some form of record keeping. Community Clubs have many exciting activities also. The clubs are led by parents and community volunteers who enjoy working with young people.
Contact the Navajo County Cooperative Extension Office at 928-524-6271 to find out how to join 4-H projects and community clubs.
Round Robin – Large Livestock
A showmanship competition open to all Large Livestock and Junior and Senior Showmanship winners. The Round Robin will be held during the fair in the livestock arena and is open to Juniors and Seniors who have won in the Beef, Sheep, Swine and Market Goat Showmanship competitions. Small Stock – A showmanship competition open to all Small Stock and Junior and Senior Showmanship winners. The Round Robin will be held during the fair in the livestock arena and is open to Juniors and Seniors who have won in the Poultry, Rabbit and Cavies Showmanship competitions. If an exhibitor wins more than one showmanship contest, they must choose one species and defer the other to the second individual in that contest. All exhibitors are encouraged to learn the most information possible about the species they will be showing.