Arkansas 4-H Alumni Association

Supporting Arkansas 4-H since 1982

Recipients

2018
  • Clover Kids 4-H Club, Arkansas County
  • Barn Yard Clovers 4-H, Garland County
  • Marion County Shooting Sports 4-H, Marion County
  • Better Together 4-H Club, Pope County

  • 2017
  • Prairie Angels 4-H Club, Arkansas County
  • T&C Clovers, Baxter County
  • Madison County Teen Leaders, Madison County
  • 4-H Salem Superstars, Saline County

  • 2016
  • 4-H of Eastern Craighead County, Craighead County
  • Dayton 4-H Club, Sebastian County
  • Lollie Bottoms 4-H Riders, Faulkner County
  • Scott County 4-H, Scott County

  • 2015
  • Columbia County Teen Leaders, Columbia County
  • Desha County 4-H, Desha County

  • 2014
  • Bluff Springs 4-H Club, Stone County
  • Crittenden County 4-H Club, Crittenden County
  • Randolph County Livestock 4-H Club, Randolph County
  • Small Stockers & More 4-H Club, Marion County

  • 2013
  • Arkansas County Razorbacks 4-H Club of Stuttgart, Arkansas County
  • Hickory House 4-H Club, Prairie County
  • Lion’s Pride 4-H Club of Paron, Saline County
  • Phillips County 4-H, Phillips County

  • 2012
  • 4-H @ CampU, Newton County
  • Craighead County 4-H Foundation, Craighead County
  • Garland County 4-H, Garland County
  • Montgomery County 4-H, Montgomery County
  • Shining Stars 4-H Club, Saline County
  • Trailblazers 4-H Club, Prairie County
  • Washington County 4-H Ambassadors, Washington County

  • 2011
  • Bluff Springs 4-H Club, Stone County
  • Lincoln 4-H Club, Washington County
  • Pike County 4-H, Pike County
  • Shining Stars 4-H Club, Lincoln County

  • 2010
  • Club 222 4-H Club, Hot Spring County
  • Pike County 4-H, Pike County
  • Saline County 4-H Teen Leaders, Saline County
  • Saline County Livestock 4-H Club, Saline County

  • 2009
  • Kountry Kids 4-H Club, Polk County
  • Madison County 4-H Teen Leaders, Madison County
  • Soaring Eagles4-H Club, Cross County
  • Springdale 4-H Club, Washington County

  • 2008
  • Bloomfield 4-H Garden Group, Benton County
  • Creative Minds 4-H Club, Prairie County
  • Homeschool 4-H Club, White County
  • Mainstreet Kids 4-H AS&S Program, Van Buren County

  • 2004
  • Columbia County Teen Leaders, Columbia County
  • Helping Hands 4-H Club, Saline County
  • Northfork Rebels 4-H, Baxter County
  • Rising Clovers 4-H Club, Faulkner County
  • 2016 Innovative Program Grants

    4-H of Eastern Craighead County, Craighead County
    Black Oak City Park is the only park facility within a 30 mile radius and offers a large underground storm shelter. 4-H members, as well as other community members have said they would use the park on a daily basis if not for its dilapidated state and outdated equipment. The 4-H club, working with other members of the community, will replace swing bases, pain equipment, clean and replant flower beds, and replace the racks on the grills. The storm shelter needs push lights and will be painted with a colorful mural to ease the anxiety of children during storms.
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    Dayton 4-H Club, Sebastian County
    Children that are removed from their home often leave with just the clothes on their backs. When they are placed in temporary foster care they often have to carry their personal items in plastic trash sacks. We want to design a pillowcase that can also be used as a drawstring type bag. This will allow the children to keep their personal items and clothes in a bag that belongs only to them.

    Lollie Bottoms 4-H Riders, Faulkner County
    Replace and/or refurbish the poles, jump standards, cavelettis, and wheelchair ramp at Sunrise Riders therapeutic horse riding facility in order to provide a safe environment for therapy clients, horses, and volunteers.

    Scott County 4-H, Scott County
    4-H members will make wooden bluebird houses to be put up at the local nursing home and assisted living facility. The 4-Hers will learn woodworking skills as well as helping to improve the standard of living of the residents.

    Grant Application

    Innovative Program Grant applications are available at you county cooperative extension office or downloaded from the cooperative extension service web site (Form F.Y.4H - 134).