Email your child's name, grade, school, and interest to or call 937-952-1620, and we will respond with 4-H Club information for your community.

Adults interested in becoming a club advisor may contact Betty Wingerter, 4-H Youth Development Extension Educator,​​​​​​, or at 937-952-1620.  

4-H Member Enrollment Form

Cross County Permission Form

Youth with Special Needs PLEASE SUBMIT WINNING 4-H PLAN

We provide hands-on and learn-by-doing fun activities in: 

  • Leadership
  • Citizenship
  • Goal Setting
  • Decision Making
  • Teamwork
  • Community Service

Studies show… 6 million U.S. youth participating in 4-H do better in school, are more motivated to help others, feel safe to try new things, achieve a sense of self-esteem and develop lasting friendships! 

4-H is… a community of young people learning leadership, citizenship and life skills.  4-H is... the largest youth serving organization in the world.

What do 4-Hers do?

Attend club meetings in their community, complete at least one project per year, conduct their own meetings, decide their own club activities, help their community, work with adult advisors and other kids to "make the best better" and have lots of FUN.

How much does 4-H cost?

Each club decides if club dues will be charged usually $5 -$10 for the year. There are no national or state dues, or uniforms. Most project books cost as low as $6 each. Supplies needed to complete each project vary, depending on what a 4-Her chooses to do.

How old are 4-Hers?

Youth between the ages of 5-18 can join 4-H.

Who are the adults in 4-H?

Adult volunteers from your community are called "Advisors." Adults apply, interview and are trained and supervised by local 4-H staff after completing the required background check. These caring adults work with youth 4-H members to teach skills and supervise youth in practicing those skills.

4-H Shooting Sports Club

Sign up is in March. Weekly practices are held at the Miamisburg Sportsmen's Club (6300 South Union Rd, Miamisburg 45342). Contact Pam Trout at for more information.

Fall Programs:  Hunting & Wildlife and Pistol.

2022 Montgomery County 4-H Clubs

We have clubs throughout the county, but do not list 4-H club advisor names or contact information for provacy reasons.


  • Los Cahbahyos
  • Pet Pourri
  • Tom’s Run Livestock

Farmersville/ Germantown

  • The BARN
  • Blue Ribbon Livestock
  • KNL
  • Lads & Lassies
  • We-Liket

West Carrollton/ Moraine

  • Need Volunteer Leaders!

Huber Heights

  • Need Volunteer Leaders!

Dayton/ Kettering

  • Oakwood SRO

Miamisburg/ Centerville

  • Miami Producers
  • Sunset Riders

Englewood/ Vandalia

  • Clever Clovers

New Lebanon

  • Happy Farmers
  • Premium Gold

All County

  • 4-H Shooting Sports – Miamisburg Sportsmen’s Club
  • In Focus 4-H – Dayton Public Library (Main)

Other 4-H Programs include: 4-H @ Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.