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The 4-H Cloverbuds program focuses on the development of children ages 5 to 7 by helping them become capable, competent, caring, and contribution citizens through an introduction to 4-H. Participants will:

  • develop self-understanding and confidence through positive and cooperative-based learning environments,
  • experience achievement through an age appropriate and success-oriented activity based curriculum,
  • develop positive attitudes to self, family, and community through caring adults and older participants who serve as positive role models,
  • improve in getting along with others (e.g. share, communicate, and make friends with other peers in the 4-H Cloverbud group), and
  • increase decision making skills (e.g., make decisions in regard to activity input and interaction with peers and adult leaders).

For more information contact Dr. Rae Oldham at


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