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4-H Youth Development

What is 4-H?

Sonoma County 4-H Clubs are part of the University of California Cooperative Extension and State 4-H Youth Development Program. 4-H is a dynamic, changing organization evolving to meet the needs of youth in a changing society and world.

The 4-H program was established in Sonoma County in 1926 to help provide clubs for rural youth. It was designed to teach better home economics and agricultural techniques, and to foster character development and good citizenship.


4-H: The Youth Solution

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4-Hers are busy!  See all upcoming Events & Activities.

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Holiday Cards for Our Troops

Holiday Cards for Our Troops

Liberty 4-H hosted its 4th Annual Holiday Cards for the Troops event and collected over 500 holiday cards for our troops serving overseas.  Cards were created by other Sonoma County 4-H Clubs (Independence 4-H, Alexander Valley 4-H, Forestville 4-H and Steuben 4-H) as well as by the public at the Liberty 4-H Booth during the Petaluma Veterans Day Parade on November 11th.

In the past 4 years, approximately 2,500 holiday cards have been collected and mailed to our troops. Now that is a lot of holiday spirit!

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