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Iredell County 4-H Clubs

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Clubs

Elemental Dragons 4-H Club

Leader: Randy Billings

Club for middle and high school youth focusing on robotics

More information coming soon!

Iredell 4-H Rabbit Club

Leader: Erica Horne

Club focusing on raising and showing rabbits

More information coming soon!

Troubleshooters 4-H Club

Leaders: Neal & Tonya Loftin

Club focusing on shooting sports

More information coming soon!

West Iredell 4-H Club

Leader: Elizabeth Moseley
Meets: 2nd Tuesday of the month, 6:00 P.M.

The West Iredell 4-H Club is a multi-faceted 4-H Club. Club members participate in a variety of activities ranging from science, agriculture, horticulture, fine arts, sewing, public speaking, recreation, and conservation . . . just to name a few areas. The club is open to youth, ages 5-18 (as of January 1st of the current year). The work of the club is to help youth members develop community service involvement, social skills,  leadership skills, public speaking skills, and explore a large variety of project areas. Membership in the club is free, and families help with one major fundraiser per year. The club leader is Elizabeth Moseley (life-long Statesville resident, and active in Iredell County 4-H for 35 years). Please contact her at westiredell4h@gmail.com if you’d like more information about the club and its activities.

Livestock 4-H Club

Leaders: Katie Settle

Club focusing on showing livestock and animal science.

More information coming soon!


Start a 4-H Club!

We welcome the opportunity for additional clubs within Iredell County! A club requires at least 5 youth from 3 different families and a caring adult volunteer. Please review the Club Leader Role Description. Clubs can cover a wide range of topics such as science, livestock, horses, service projects, robotics, art, etc.

Ideas for Club Topics (4-H Leaders Needed)

  • Livestock or Small Animal club
  • SPIN club — choose a topic and lead a club for 6 weeks instead of a full year! Growing butterflies, knitting, and cooking are great topics for a SPIN club.
  • Other ideas welcome!

Contact Information

If you are interested in starting a club give us a call (704-873-0507) or email (taylor_jenkins@ncsu.edu) and we can get started!

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram — @Iredell4H

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For more information and for accommodations for persons with disabilities, contact the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Iredell County Center at 704-873-0507 or email taylor_jenkins@ncsu.edu.

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