Hello and Welcome to Badger Creek 4-H!
Ashley Tafoya & Shawn Eggers
Club E-mail ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President: Rachel
Healthy Living: Jimmy
Recreation: Jillian & Johnny
Sergeant-at-Arms: Bobby & Amy
Parliamentarian - Club Delegate: Kaelyn
Social Media: Rylee
Amber Grosswiler ~ Treasurer (Financial Secretary)
Joleen Martin - Enrollment Coordinator
Arts & Crafts - Carol Smith
Arts & Crafts (Jewelry Making) - Tiffany Vaillancourt [TBD]
Birds - Poultry - Katie Scarry & Kim Dorman
Cavy - Joleen Martin
Cat - Laura Coleman
Cloverbuds - Shawn Eggers & Jillian Lentz
Dog - Laura Coleman
Foods - Cooking: Randy Finger
Goats - Nigerian Dwarf: Jen Pierson
Horticulture - Tiffany Vaillancourt [TBD]
Multi-Species: Beef, Lamb & Goat - Ashley Tafoya
Outdoor Adventures - Amber Grosswiler
Rabbits - Shawn Eggers & Carol Smith [TBD]
Swine - Ashley Tafoya
Woodworking Pallet Art - Shawn Eggers & Ashley Tafoya [TBD]
Going to miss a meeting?
Email before the club meeting, please!
The 4-H Pledge recited at each Club meeting
As a true 4-Her...
I pledge my head to clearer thinking,
My heart to greater loyalty,
My hands to larger service,
My health to better living,
For my club, my community,
my country, and my world.
Club Uniform (Optional): Wear something red to show club spirit to our community club meetings.
Official 4H Uniform: White collared shirt, white or blue pants/jeans, 4-H green hat, and tie (boys) or scarf (girls). These uniform items can be purchased at select retailers or ordered online through Leslie Carman 4-H Supplies.
The official 4-H uniform is worn during competition, presentations, and 4-H activities where it's requested.
Community Club Meetings
Club meetings are typically on the first Monday of each month with the exception of August, September & December, you will attend a Community Club Meeting. This meeting is where all youth members of Badger Creek 4-H come together to conduct club business, listen to speakers or educational presentations, and have social time. This is a monthly meeting separate from your project meetings.
At each Community Club meeting you should remember to:
As a youth member you will sign up to participate in and learn about specific projects. Badger Creek 4-H offers roughly 10 or more projects for 2021-2022. However, if you also want to do a project that is offered in another 4-H club, you can attend that project as long as the project has room. You should contact the leaders from the other club for your additional project to get further information.
You will attend project meetings in addition to whole club meetings.
[Calculated by age as of December 31st of the club year.]
Placement of recognition and achievement pins and badges
The 4-H uniform hat is a source of pride for the 4-H members in the University of California 4-H Youth Development Program. Many members use the hat to display their achievement pins.
NOTE: A 4-H uniform hat is NOT required for membership in the California 4-H Youth Development Program or for participation in any 4-H activity, event, or occasion.
For more information on pin and badge placement please visit