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!)