Seward County 4-H Club Information
Ornery Otters is our community club in Kismet for children age 7 and older. They meet at the Methodist Church in Kismet on the second Monday of each month at 7:30 pm. The leader for the club is Rosa Conley.
Wide Awake is our community club in Liberal for children age 7 and older. They meet at the First Presbyterian Church in Liberal on the first Monday of each month at 6:00 pm. The leader for the club is Cindy Frerichs.
Clover BudsClover buds is an educational program designed specifically for youth ages 5 and 6. Children of this age have distinctive learning characteristics and developmental needs that are different from older youth who participate in 4-H. The 4-H Cloverbuds program is designed with specific educational objectives and policies focused to benefit this age group. The leader for Seward County Clover Buds is Vicky Yorio. They meet the first Monday of each month at the First Presbyterian Church in Liberal at 6:00 pm.
SPIN (Special Interest) clubs
SPIN Shooting Sports offers a variety of shooting sports, including BB Gun, Archery, and Trap Shooting. Shooting sports offers a just a "taste" of the 4-H experience with a 6 week program of the specific discipline your child is enrolled in. Safety courses are mandatory and are provided BEFORE your child ever holds a firearm. There are weekly practices and varies shoots that children may participate in.
SPIN Robotics offers youth a "taste' of the 4-H experience through science and engineering. In this club, youth will gain an understanding of basic science processes related to robotics, build skills based in science, technology, and engineering, use technology to enhance learning, explore related careers in this field, and apply the skills and knowledge they are developing through these lessons. There are multiple robotics groups in Seward County. Call the Extension Office for more information on this club.
Information for robotics and Clover Buds were gathered from the Kansas 4-H website.