4-H Youth Development

Woodson County 4-H is open to anyone from 7 to 18 years old. There are three clubs in Woodson County: 3-In-1, Eager Beavers,and Piqua. 3-In-1 and Eager Beavers clubs meet on the second Wednesday of the month; the Piqua club meets on the second Sunday. For locations and meeting times, please contact the Extension office at 620-625-8620.


"4-H is a community of young people across Kansas who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills"

HEAD - critical thinking, problem solving;

HEART - self-discipline, integrity, communication;

HANDS - serving others; and

HEALTH - choosing healthy lifestyles.

In 4-H, youth have fun with a purpose!

Guide for new 4-H Families

Project Selection Guide

Basic Woodson County 4-H Guidelines

Generic Woodson County 4-H Calendar

Woodson County 2018 - 2019 4-H Council:

President:  Jordan Weseloh
Vice President: Krais Baker
Secretary/Treasurer:  Emery Yoho
Reporter:  Cody Wille
Fair Board Representatives:  Aidan Yoho
Club representatives: Clayton Culver, Asher Sievers, Jack King, and Madelyn Proper