Aromas 4H

Aromas 4-H Club is a part of University of California’s 4-H Youth Development Program that engages youth to reach their fullest potential by participating in a variety of 4-H activities and projects where youth can learn leadership, citizenship and life skills, and engage in community service and service learning projects.

First organized in 1927, Aromas 4-H Club holds monthly business meetings at Aromas Grange hall with young members presiding over the meetings – as President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary, as well as other roles.  Other project-based meetings, led by adult volunteers, are held throughout each month. Some of the projects currently offered in Aromas 4-H include robotics, food preservation, sewing, shooting sports & outdoor adventure, & community service, and animal projects such as sheep, swine, goats, equine and poultry.

Look for us serving you at monthly Grange Pancake Breakfasts (after Shelter in Place is over!)

Click here for more information about enrolling in Aromas 4-H!