Lincoln County 4-H

Important Information -

Limited Access 1/05/2021


Updated 03/01/2021:
Continuing with recommendations from the University of Kentucky, our office is utilizing rotational staffing, but the front door remains locked. We are limiting in-person visits. Our front doors will remain locked, but we are open and working to provide service. You may reach all of our staff by phone or email. You may continue to drop off soil/plant/insect samples. You may continue to drop off and pick-up items or publications when arranged. Our staff is currently working on how to allow groups back into the building while following all CDC recommendations and the guidelines set forth by Governor Beshear. This will be a process, so we ask for your continued patience as we work through these unprecedented times.


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.


New rule for 2020 - 2021!

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, 2020. 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.


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

Various photos of 4-H youth at different events