4-H is the largest youth-serving organization in the country. It is a volunteer-driven organization that reaches boys and girls through a variety of interactive programs. Experiential learning is the key to providing 4-H youth with positive experiences to “learn by doing.”
The 4-H Dog Program offers obedience classes and a variety of performance events at different times of the year. In addition, 4-H and the Albany Obedience Club co-sponsor a Dog and Kid Summer Camp for one week...
Our 4-H Shooting Sports program is open to youth age 11-18 years. The program offers archery, air pistol and air rifle at the William Rice, Jr. Extension Center in May, July & October.
The Vet Science Program is usually offered during the fall, and features a number of local vets who explain their specific roles and veterinary medicine practices.
The 4-H Horse Program is the most popular animal project in Albany County, with over 110 youth enrolled. Find out how you can be part of this fun and popular 4-H program!
There are many ways that caring adults can volunteer to work with youth in the 4-H Program: as Leaders, Advisory Board members, and more!
Albany County offers a vibrant and exciting 4-H Program for youth aged 5 to 19. Check out about our many activities and events, and find our how you can be involved!
Last updated December 27, 2017