Cloverbud Clubs for ages 5-8

True Blue Cloverbuds: Meets the third Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m.  Learn about a variety of farm animals and agriculture topics.  

Meeting location:  Bethlehem United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall - 23258 Village Road, Unionville.

Leaders:  Sarah Gower (540) 718-2670, Katelyn Burner, Erica Brown

Livestock Cloverbuds: Meets the third Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p.m.  Learn about a variety of farm animals and agriculture topics. 

Meeting location:  Extension Office Public Meeting Room, 146 N. Madison Road, Orange. 

Leaders:  Carol Koontz:  (540) 672-2699 and Becky Rollins (540) 308-0357 

Clubs for ages 9-18

 Archery Club: Meets the first and third Sunday of every month from 2-4 p.m.  Focuses on safety, marksmanship, precision, accuracy, and general outdoors education.  

Meeting location:  Orange County Fairgrounds, 14500 Old Gordonsville Road, Orange.

Leaders: Mason Vines: (, 540-406-1672), Lisa Payette: (

Archery Club Website: 

Bit & Bridle Club: Horse Club that meets on second Fridays at 6 p.m.  Includes variety of horse knowledge events, guest speakers, team work, exploration of riding disciplines, and more. 

Leaders:  Lauren Vaughn (, Shannon Woodcock (


Dairy Club: Meets the second Thursday of every month at 7:00 p.m.  Educates youth about the dairy industry.  Offers quiz bowl and judging competitions and promotes dairy to the public.  

Meeting location:  Extension Office Public Meeting Room, Sedwick Building, 146 N. Madison Road, Orange

Leaders:  Mary Goodwin: and Erin Gallahan:  


Homestead Club: Meets the second Tuesday of every month at 6:00 p.m.  Projects include goats, poultry, rabbits, and plants, and the uses or purposes of each. 

Meeting location:  East Orange Ruritan Building - 24124 Constitution Hwy, Unionville, VA 22567

   Leaders: Angelica Edward: 540-907-7732 ,

   Cindy Dodson: 540-661-6122,


Adventure Club, Locust Grove Middle School: Focuses on all things outdoors, such as nature education, camping, canoeing, fishing, hiking & survival skills.  This is a school sponsored club.  Contact adviser for meeting schedule. Open to LGMS Students only

Meeting location:  Locust Grove Middle School

Leader: Cathy Corker: (

Livestock Club: Meets the first Wednesday of most months at 7:00 p.m.  (Alternating months consist of off-site workshops; sign up beforehand.)  Projects focus on beef, sheep, hog and meat goat production.  

Leader:  Patti Knight: (540) 718-3767

SPIN Clubs (Short-term Special Interest)

SPIN Clubs meet for a defined period of time (6 weeks to 6 months) and focus on a particular project area. Examples include poultry, quilting, careers, hiking, First Aid, and more. 

SPIN Clubs need adult volunteer leaders and we'll help do the rest! Training provided, marketing assistance, etc. Please contact the Extension office today if you have an idea for a SPIN club and someone to lead it. 

To enroll in any Orange County 4-H club, visit Once enrollment data is received, you will be placed on a Google group email list to receive notification of club events.