How to become a Volunteer 4-H Leader
To become a Volunteer 4-H Leader these are the steps you would need to take:• Identify the club you would ...more
Hippology Practice - October 28th
First OPEN Hippology practice of the year is October 28th, 7:00pm; at 34906 100th th ave ct. East. Eatonville wa ...more
May Qualifying Show Date Change!
May Qualifying Show Dates: May 23 & 24The members present at the October General Horse Department Meeting voted unanimously to ...more
Club Fundraiser - Wreaths
Fire Riders is selling wreaths as a club fund-raiser… The wreaths cost $25. Please contact any Fire Riders member to ...more
Year End Record Book Awards
The 4-H office announced their process for Year End Record Book awards in September. Their process can be found in ...more
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Pierce County 4H
Horse Department Website
Open Horse 4-H Clubs - Interested in joining a 4-H Horse Club in Pierce County? Click here
to see a current listing of our clubs taking enrollment for the Horse
Project and how to find out more about enrolling in their club.
Share your information on our website and email newsletters - Stories
or information that are relevant to our 4-H horse project can be posted
on our website. 4-H events can be listed on our events calendar. To
post information, email the text, links and PDF attachments to Jessica Carr.
It is the mission of the Pierce County
4-H Horse Department, through teamwork and high standards to assist
youth in developing life and leadership skills, character and values
needed to contribute positively to society by providing a well rounded
horsemanship program. We are continuing, self-sufficient, education
based youth program utilizing a well-documented and communicated program
policy. We focus on character and value development with strong
community, leader and parent involvement. Our advantage is recognition
of the need for more community involvement, more educational
opportunities, and better facilities. We strive to expand our exposure
to the public through fairs, community interaction and service. We have
the confidence, innovative ability, resources and unique skills to
pursue excellence in everything we do. We pursue continued success of
the program emphasizing safe and responsible horsemanship in conjunction
with County and State 4-H programs.
Friends of Pierce County 4-H Horse Project - Show your appreciation to the generous supporters of our 4-H Horse Project.
For other 4-H projects (meaning anything other than horse projects), please see the WSU Pierce County 4-H Website.