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4-H Community Service Clubs

Gloucester County 4-H Senior Council

Gloucester County 4-H Senior Council is a community service and leadership development club for teens in grades 8th through first year of college.  The club meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7pm at the Office of Government Services Building located in Clayton, NJ. The club participates in service projects such as 4-H Fall Festival Haunted House and providing Christmas to a family through Emmanuel Cancer Foundation.  Each year Senior Council attends Winter Camp at the NJ State 4-H Camp and South Jersey Teen Conference.  During the annual 4-H Fair, the club members operate a food booth raising money for service projects and the two trips each year.  Through this fun and energetic club, members have an amazing opportunity to grow as leaders and learn public speaking skills, all while giving back to the community.  For more information, please contact 4-H club leader Tracey Connell tracey_connell@hotmail.com 

The Gloucester County 4-H Helping Paws Animal Community Service Club

Our mission is to provide community service to animal shelters, animal rescues and to other animals in need, through raising public awareness, fundraisers, donation drives and club activity events. Our club will meet the 3rd Tuesday of each month in Mullica Hill. For more information, please contact 4-H club leader, Kathy Daws- Lawrence kdaws-lawrence@comcast.net   or Kathlyn Lawrence at birdsgirl@comcast.net 

ADS Superstars 4-H Club 

The ADS 4-H Superstars is a school-based community service and environmental stewardship club.  Activities include sponsorship of a school-wide Scarecrow Contest in October, on-going collection of non-perishable food items for local food pantries, an animal shelter drive for Mulligan’s Rescue (a dog and cat foster care organization), participation in New Jersey Trout in the Classroom and the national Trout Quilt in the Classroom (an environmental awareness program), participation in school-wide healthy living projects such as making and serving healthy smoothies and creating health and wellness videos for school use, and horticulture projects that include making botanical holiday decorations for the James Whitall House at Red Bank Battlefield.   Click below to view our video about our FABULOUS in school 4-H club!!!


Gloucester County Environmental Stewards 4-H Club

BRAND NEW 4-H club in Gloucester County! Our first meeting will be on the 1st Wednesday, 4 pm in October at the Ireland House located in Williamstown. For more information, please contact 4-H Leader Sandy Keen sandy.rejuvenee@gmail.com  or Co-Leader Christine Derenzo at Countrycutie0012@gmail.com .

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