Chatham County 4-H Club Contact Flyer

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4-H Grows Here

Chatham County 4-H Clubs

   Horsekateers 4-H Club

club members

Horsekateers 4-H Club

Leader: Mary Dickerson
Contact email:

Our 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. Meetings are held at the club leader’s house near the Chatham/Durham county line.

Serving ages: 10 – 18

Club de Creadores: El Trébol de Chatham Community 4-H Club

Leaders: Lindsay Shore-Wright
Contact email:                         

Youth posing by NC State's Riddick Hall sign.

El Trébol de Chatham Community 4-H Club

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.

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

Serving ages: 5 – 18

4-H Leatherworks Club

Leader: Ric Harber

Contact email:

Leader: Rob Bergmueller

Contact email:

Want to learn how to make a leather belt? wallet? dreamcatcher? braid leather? and more! Join the leatherworks club to learn these skills and others as we delve into the art of leatherwork. This will be a hands-on club, learning about leather and the skills required to work it, while making a wide variety of projects. The club teaches various aspects of the art of leatherwork. Members learn the art of stamping and tooling leather, adding color to their pieces and how to make and assemble useful leather items. Meetings are monthly (currently first Tuesday, 6-8 p.m.) in Pittsboro.

Serving ages: 11-18 

We would be delighted to put you in touch with the club’s leaders and their next meeting time! If you are interested in joining one of these 4-H groups, please email or call us!