Dog Club—Youth learn dog care, obedience, conformation, showmanship and participate in clinics and shows.


“Outriders” Horseless Club—Members learn how to raise and show horses and participate in parades, shows, and trail rides.


Goat Club—Members learn how to select, raise, feed, show, and market goats.


Livestock Showing/Judging Club—4-Hers learn how to select, raise, feed, show and market beef & dairy cattle, swine, sheep, and goats.


Poultry Club – 4-Hers learn how to select raise, and show Poultry animals.

Junior Master Cattlemen–Senior 4-H members will gain hands-on experience that will equip them with the skills to pursue a future in the beef cattle industry.

Rabbit Club– 4-Hers learn how to select, raise, and show Rabbit animals.

Visual Arts– Members learn the skills and techniques to create works of art including watercolor, acrylic, drawing, sculpting and more.  

SET– Members will learn to take part in hands on Science, Engineering and Technology activities such as robotics, coding, engineering and more.

Teen Council– Teens in the 8-12th grade meet monthly to focus on leadership and service oriented activities, while also supporting the larger Nelson County 4-H Program. 


Sewing Club—Youth learn how to construct clothing and non-clothing items from patterns and participate in a fashion revue.


Shooting Sports Education Club—Members learn about firearms and archery, shooting safety, and participate in target shooting.


Cooking—Youth learn food safety, nutrition, storage, preservation, and how to prepare meals for themselves and their families.


Country Ham—Youth explore the process of selecting and curing a country ham.  Educational meetings include tours to local farms and businesses where youth can observe the market to market process.


Electric—4-Her’s learn the process of how electricity is produced and transferred to your home and explore careers in the energy field.


Natural Resources—Youth are introduced to Kentucky’s diverse natural resources with topics that include entomology, forestry, and geology.  Members participate in the Kentucky Junior Forestry Field Day.

Photography—4-Her’s learn the basics of photography including camera selection, taking photos of people, places, things, and how to select quality prints.


Scrapbooking—Members learn how to select photos, memorabilia, albums, and design to create a scrapbook to remember an event, activity, person, or experience.