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Welcome to a new 4-H Year of "Making the Best Better"


  • "'Racine County 4-H Jr. Leaders Associations Annual Holiday Ball Dec. 30: "It's a Masquerade" 7pm at Ironwood Chophouse, Union Grove. DJ, Food, door prizes. Dress up in elegant clothing and wear a mask. 8pm: Grand March & Crowning of Outstanding 4-H Teen at 8 pm
  • Beef Weigh-In Dec. 13 9-11:30am - Swine barn at Racine County Fairgrounds. Mandatory DNA packets and self-identifying papers are due to Fair office 10am-Noon. Questions? Contact Ken Uhlenhake 262-949-7755 or Kevin Wilks 262-939-0972
  • County wide 4-H Poultry Meeting Dec. 16-Yorkville School, Cafeteria-7-8:15pm. Additional project meeting dates are Feb. 19, May 12, July 16. Members must attend at least ONE meeting, which is MANDATORY. Meetings will be at Yorkville School, except the July 16 meeting will be at the Racine County Fairgrounds. Questions call Gary Rossman 262-878-2862 or Jerad Brever 262-949-3420

*THANK YOU... to all Raymond 4-H members who donated to our Toys for Tots drive -we collected over 100 items, Way to Go!!!

General Meetings are held at Raymond Elementary School Small Gym beginning at 7:00 p.m. Our 2014-2015 calendar follows: * Monday, January 5 - Souper Bowl Food Drive

* Monday, February 2 - Souper Bowl Food Drive

* Monday, March 2 -

* Monday, April 13 - Spring Yard Clean Up April 19

* Monday, May 4 - Shepards Home Demonstration Day

* Monday, June 7 - Dairy Month with Dairy Breakfast & Annual Picnic

In addition to on-site registration, members must register for 4-H projects online at: Click here to print a Raymond Check Request Form

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Click here for our Raymond Club Scholarship Form

Click below to print out Recordbook Sheets:

Raymond 4-H is the largest club in Racine County with over 200 members. We meet the first Monday of each month at Raymond School. Our largest projects are: Horses, Arts & Crafts, Basketry, Woodworking and Photography.

4-H in the United States and Canada is a youth organization administered by the Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service of the United States Department of Agriculture, with the mission of "engaging youth to reach their fullest potential while advancing the field of youth development." The name represents four personal development areas of focus for the organization: head, heart, hands, and health.

The goal of 4-H is to develop citizenship, leadership, and life skills of youth through mostly experiential learning programs. Though typically thought of as an agriculturally focused organization as a result of its history, 4-H also focuses on citizenship, healthy living, and science, engineering and technology programs.


The 4-H pledge is:

I pledge my head to clearer thinking,
my heart to greater loyalty,
my hands to larger service
and my health to better living,
for my club, my community, my country, and my world.

We have a great group of members and parents that are very involved. We also have multiple generations of families that have been in Raymond 4-H for many years and we hope for many years to come. For more information, contact Jenny Waldron at 262-689-7681