Lincoln County 4-H

Important Information -

Office Visitors 11/01/2021


Updated 11/01/2021:
We are currently open to the general public. Masks and social distancing are required for youth under age 12, and strongly recommended for all others. We will be limiting meetings/groups in the building, while following all local health department, CDC recommendations and University of Kentucky guidelines. Thank you for your continued patience.


Who Can Join 4-H?

Anyone from 9 to 19 can join 4-H.  Some counties have younger children involved in Cloverbud activities.  When 4-H began a hundred years ago, almost everyone lived on a farm.  That's not true anymore.   4-H happens wherever kids live--in large cities, small towns, in rural areas, on farms, and even on military bases.


What do Kids do in 4-H?

It's up to you.  You can go to camp, learn to shop wisely, give a demonstration, give a speech, cure a ham, or conquer an obstacle course.  You can perform in a skit, make a birdhouse, start a business, learn about electricity, learn to sew, raise an animal, or protect the environment.

In 4-H you will be working with other young people toward common goals and if you wish, teaching younger kids.  You can build your 4-H activities around your own talents and interests.


Competition Rule for 2021 - 2022!

In order to show livestock animals (beef cattle, dairy cattle, sheep, goats, swine, poultry, rabbits, and horse) or to compete in shooting sports events, youth must be enrolled in Lincoln County 4-H by December 31, 2021. Click the enrollment link at left to register today.

Feel free to contact our 4-H Staff at 606-365-2447 or by e-mail.


Courtney Brock -

 Check out our Facebook page for Lincoln County 4-H Events!

Various photos of 4-H youth at different events