What is 4-H? 

1280_1PtCZqzZqdV6The 4-H program begins at the club level. Our 4-H members, parents, and leaders meet monthly to have fun, learn and work together in project groups, club activities, special interest groups and many events.

The 4-H experience offers many opportunitiesSummer and winter camps, cross country trips, national science day and participating at the county fair is just some of the events your youth can look forward to in 4-H. There is also a variety of projects that they can learn or expand their knowledge in including: horse, photography, shooting sports, art, communications, theater and more!

4-H is an informal program though which parents, other adults, and youth can help young people develop confidence, social skills, decision-making abilities, and subject matter knowledge.

4-H is for everybody regardless of their ethnic background, race, creed, or disability.

Why get involved?

Through 4-H, members develop and practice important life skills. Members will:

  • Make decisions and solve problems
  • Build self-confidence
  • Accept responsibility
  • Have a good time learning in a fun way
  • Feel a sense of belonging by being part of a 4-H club
  • Develop mastery while learning and practicing skills in areas of interest
  • Become independent as they are given opportunities to make choices
  • Have a spirit of generosity as 4-H clubs give back to their communities through service


If you have any questions regarding 4-H Youth Development in Outagamie County, please refer to the organizational chart and contact appropriately:


Kayla VisteKayla Viste | 4-H Youth Development Educator
Outagamie County – UW Extension
3365 W. Brewster St. | Appleton, WI 54914
Phone: 920-832-5127 | Wisconsin Relay: 711
Fax: 920-832-4783
Email: Kayla.Viste@outagamie.org


MaryBeth_CutoutMaryBeth Wohlrabe | 4-H Youth and Family Development Coordinator
Outagamie County – UW Extension
3365 W. Brewster St. | Appleton, WI 54914
Phone: 920-832-5120 | Wisconsin Relay: 711
Fax: 920-832-4783
Email: MaryBeth.Wohlrabe@outagamie.org

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