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4-H Honor Club

The Anderson County 4-H Honor Club is a leadership group open to all children in grades 6-12.  No prior 4-H involvement is required. The group meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. at His Hands Reaching Worship Center in Clinton.

Officer elections are held at the November meeting. To be eligible to run for an office, submit nomination form to Extension office by November 1.

Objectives:

  1. To promote fun and wholesome learning activities.
  2. To create a place where members feel accepted, valued, safe, and can make new friends.
  3. To teach others and share our knowledge.
  4. To develop leadership skills.
  5. To “pledge our hands to larger service” and help our community by planning and completing service projects.
  6. To help plan and conduct Anderson County 4-H activities.
  7. To help members gain membership into State Honor Club, All Stars & Vol State and excel in 4-H contests, scholarships and leadership opportunities at the county, regional, state and national levels.
  • All youth in 6th-12th grades are invited to join the Anderson County 4-H Honor Club. 
  • Anderson County 4-H Honor Club members will have experiences that will help them earn enough points to become a Tennessee 4-H Honor Club member.
  • Anderson County hosts two TN 4-H Honor Club installation ceremonies each year–one in January during the County 4-H Speech Contest and one in April during 4-H Achievement Day.