The Cloverbud program objectives include developing:
- self-understanding skills (self-esteem)
- social interation skills (getting along with others)
- decision making skills
- learning skills (learn how to learn)
- mastering physical skills
How to become a Cloverbud Member?
If 5 years old and in kindergarten through second grade, you could be a 4-H Cloverbud member. Contact the Extension office at 740-286-1578 to find a Cloverbud Club or learn how to start a Cloverbud Club.
OSU Extension in Monroe and Hocking Counties provide 4-H Cloverbud Volunteers with research based information in the Cloverbud Connections Newsletter. The newsletter is published four times a year and can be accessed via the web. Click on the following link to read current and past issues of the Cloverbud Connections Newsletter.
Clubs that have a Cloverbud Group: