4-H Community Clubs
Each community club meets on a monthly basis to plan and implement community service, social, fundraising, and promotional activities. 4-H members can enroll in projects, meet new friends, and learn leadership skills. 4-H clubs meet throughout Monongalia County. To learn more about each club, see below list.
All 4-H groups , clubs, and units are open to all individuals without regard to race, color, sex, disability, religion. age, veteran status, political beliefs, sexual orientation, national origin, and marital or family status.
Cheat Lake Sailors
Laurel Point Comanches
Meeting Location: Skyview Elementary School
Club Leaders: Christy Gennoy and Deb Dean
Little Indian Creek
Meeting Location:Arnettsville School
Club Leader: Laura Himes
Monongalia County 4-H Shooting Sports Club
Meeting Location: Arnettsville School/ Community Building
Club Leader: Michael DeMicco
Meeting Location: Mason Dixon Park
Club Leader:Wendy Shaffer
Ridgeview Red Hawks
Meeting Location: University High School
Club Leaders: Barb Copenhaver-Bailey
Meeting Location: Harner’s Chapel United Methodist Church
Club Leader: Karen Schiffbauer
Wadestown Busy Bees
Meeting Location: Wadestown Volunteer Fire Department
Club Leader: Cathy Nestor
Meeting Location: Ridgedale Elementary School
Club Leader: Nicole Blosser
For additional information regarding 4-H community clubs, contact Becca Fint-Clark at (304) 291-7201.
Regional 4-H Shotgun Club
Monongalia County 4-H is also part of a regional 4-H shotgun club that meets at the West Virginia Sportsmens & Firearms Association near Fairmont. 4-H members who are 12- 21 years old may participate in the monthly meetings to learn the proper safety and technique of shooting shot guns.
For additional details, contact Jim Bowers, Monongalia County 4-H Volunteer at 304-216- 8914 or Email him.