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Camps

4-H overnight and day camps offer recreational, educational, and career exploration opportunities. Nebraska 4-H offers summer camps for youth ages 5-18 and Big Red Summer Academic Camps for youth in grades 10-12.

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Clubs

4-H clubs are organized groups that meet regularly to focus on a series of educational experiences. Regular membership is available for youth ages 8-18. Youth ages 5-7 may also join as Clover Kid members. 

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School Enrichment

School enrichment programs offer informal, hands-on educational experiences in classrooms in support of school curriculum. 

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Afterschool

Afterschool groups meet between 3-6 PM to offer youth a safe, fun, and educational experiences through hands-on activities and 4-H curriculum. Some 4-H afterschool programs are also considered 4-H clubs.

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NEWS & EVENTS

Nebraska 4-H News

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2020 State 4-H & FFA Dairy Judging Contest goes virtual

The 2020 State 4-H & FFA Dairy Judging Contest, typically held during the Nebraska State Fair, will be held virtually. Registration is now open and will close on Monday, September 28th at 5:00 PM CT. The online judging contest will open on Monday, October 5th at 8:00 AM CT and will close on Monday, October 12th at 5:00 PM CT.

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Eastern Nebraska 4-H Center News

Since 1976, when the initial group of 235 campers arrived at the Eastern Nebraska 4-H Center to enjoy a week of summer fun, our mission has been to serve the youth of Nebraska and provide opportunities for them to Discover, Learn, and Grow. Over the past 44 years, we have been successful in supporting our mission through a variety of program options, including adult and youth retreat, outdoor education, summer overnight camp, and day camp programs.

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School Year Camps coming up in October

Nebraska 4-H camps in partnership with Douglas-Sarpy County Extension is offering a handful of science-based school-year day camps this fall. Through these experiences, youth have the opportunity to explore the natural world at Schramm State Recreation Area. The sessions are open to all youth ages 6-14. Youth do not need to be enrolled in 4-H to participate. All of the sessions will follow CDC and ACA guidelines for in-person activities, with hand sanitizer, masks, and social distancing.

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