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Current Chatham County 4-H Clubs

Charging Champions Livestock 4-H Club  Leaders: Loretta Batchelor and Leah Daniels   

This club focuses solely on livestock, primarily beef and dairy cattle with an interest in goats as well. They show their animals and compete in the dairy bowl and other livestock competitions. Meetings are monthly near Siler City and members range in age from elementary to high school age.

youth with steer

Horsekateers 4-H Club Leader: Mary Dickerson 
Image of kidsOur horse club, heavily involved in horse showing and competition, including horse judging, quiz bowl, and hippology. They frequently have speakers from the horse industry for educational activities. Members are middle school and high school age, and meetings are held at the club leader’s house near the Chatham/Durham county line.

Club de Creadores: El Trébol de Chatham Community 4-H Club                  Leaders: Lindsay Shore-Wright, Jazmin Mendosa- Sosa                                      A community club, this club also consists of youth ranging from 5-16; this bilingual and bi-cultural community club focused on elementary and middle school kids and their families.Youth posing by NC State's Riddick Hall sign.

We enjoy exploring nature, animals, crafting, science, and helping the community. They meet in the Siler City area the 3rd Friday of the month.

Chatham Fields, Firearms, and Fun Leader: George Pankow
A community club with interests in micro-farming, shooting sports, and community service, this club likes to get their hands dirty when they can.

Helping Hands 4-H Club Leader: Elizabeth Fridley
A true community club, the Helping Hands Club focus on a number of educational topics including gardening and community service. They meet once a month in/around Pittsboro.

Helping Hands group

Super Snippers 4-H Club Leaders: Billie Shambley

This is our community sewing club which provides educational opportunities for youth club members who range in age from 5-8 years old. They meet once a month at the Chatham County Agriculture & Conference Center in Pittsboro.

Sewing club working on projects

Chatham County 4-H Shooting Sports Club Leader: Robbie Walters

A shooting sports club, this club focuses on archery and riflery disciplines and meets at a range near Siler City.

Shooting sports club taking aim at targets

Chatham County Mini Moos 4-H Club Leader: Stacy Hicks

Our cloverbud dairy club has a variety of projects that include STEM, animal science, and behavioral science. They meet bi-weekly in the Silk Hope area of the county.

children viewing dairy goats

If you are interested in joining one of these wonderful 4-H groups, please email the club leader or call us at the number below for current meeting times and locations. Or, if you are interested in organizing a new club with different interests, please contact us and we will walk you through the process of starting a new club! A new group requires an adult leader and five members to be established.

Liz Mauney
Program Assistant – 4-H
Phone: 919-542-8257
Fax: 919-542-8246

NC State University and N.C. A&T State University commit themselves to positive action to secure equal opportunity and prohibit discrimination and harassment regardless of age, color, disability, family and marital status, genetic information, national origin, political beliefs, race, religion, sexual identity (including pregnancy), and veteran status. NC State, N.C. A&T, U.S. Department of Agriculture, and local governments cooperating. Persons with disabilities and persons with limited English proficiency may request accommodations to participate by contacting Ginger Cunningham, County Director, at 919.542.8202,, or in person at the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Chatham County office at least 30 days prior to the event

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