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4-H is a fun and educational program where kids “learn by doing.” It’s a great opportunity
for youth to acquire knowledge and skills, and develop healthy lifestyles they can
use the rest of their lives. Best of all 4-H is free and reaches more than 134,000
Pope County 4-H offers many community and project clubs that meet throughout the county
and are listed on this webpage.
If you're interested in participating in the Pope County 4-H program, please contact
the Pope County Extension Office at 479-968-7098 or the club leader listed below.
Michele Wigington479-264-69111st and 3rd Tuesday—10:00 a.m.Pope County Extension Office
Susanne Darter479-886-04452nd Monday—6:30 p.m.Atkins Methodist Church
Shelli Johnson479-857-27924th Thursday—6:00 p.m.Bi-MonthlyCounty Extension Office
Pat Bocksnick479-331-20382nd Sunday—2:00 p.m.Dover Methodist Church
Bonnita Bates & Sharon Metzer479-264-1030/479-331-38273rd Sunday—2:00 p.m.Bayliss Fire Department
Joe Wolfe870-356-84743rd Sunday—5:30 p.m.JBS Offices
Sarah Samuels479-886-05453rd Thursday—6:00 p.m.Hector School
Pam Ward479-747-25212nd Friday—6:30 p.m.County Extension Office
Ashlea & Jennah Spencer479-293-15973rd Tuesday—6:30 p.m.County Extension Office
Lindsey Porter479-331-20431st Monday—6:00 p.m.Dover First Baptist Church
Michelle Bartlett479-858-90631st Monday—6:30 p.m.Pine Ridge Baptist Church
Tiffany McCurrie479-280-39774th Monday—6:00 p.m.Pope County Extension Office
Amanda Ballie479-331-2173Every Thursday—10:00 a.m.First Baptist Church of Dover
Every Thursday— 4:00 p.m.Pope County Library— Russellville
Emily Nealy479-970-99703rd Tuesday— 1:00 p.m.Pope County Extension Office
Tamara Beck479-264-76834th Sunday—3:00 p.m.Pless Community Center
Susan Danzy479-857-09652nd Tuesday—6:00 p.m.County Extension Office
Anyone age 5-19 can join 4-H. Although there are several ways to be involved, 4-H
clubs offer the most fun andexcitement. 4-H clubs are made up of adult volunteers working with a group of young
people who want to learn new things, meet new people and have a good time along the
Sign up for 4-H!
If you have any questions contact the County Extension Office at 479-968-7098
I pledge:My Head to clearer thinking
My Heart to greater loyalty
My Hands to larger service
My Health to better living for my club, my community, my country, and my world!