What 4-H is all about...and how to join
4-H is a non-formal educational youth program, conducted by the University of California Cooperative Extension as authorized by federal and state statutes. In each county, the Local Extension Staff (County Director, 4-H Youth Advisor, and 4-H Program Representative) has the authority to administer the program in accordance with University and Extension policy. The purpose of 4-H is to help young people discover and develop their potential. 4-H encourages young people to set their own goals and make their own plans and decisions.
This helps youth mature and build their self-confidence. By being part of a group, 4-H'ers learn to understand other people and to cooperate with them. These are two basic skills for a happy, useful life.
Currently, UCCE Capitol Corridor, Solano has 12 clubs. Below are the 4-H Clubs listed by area.
The following list has the Dixon and Fairfield/Suisun 4-H Clubs meeting day, times and location.
Dixon Clubs (as of 8/2017):
Dixon Ridge 4-H Club (As of 8-1-17)
Meets on the 3rd Monday
Dixon May Fair, Tremont Hall
655 S. First St., Dixon from 7-8:30 p.m.
Contact: Sandy Means or Chuck Means at
email@example.com or (707) 688-9376
Tremont 4-H Club (As of 8-1-17)
(as of 8/2017):
Suisun Valley 4-H Club (As of 8-1-17)
Meets on the 2nd Saturday at 9 a.m.
Travis Equestrian Center
Contact: Sonja Hunt at (707) 386-5048 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Westwind 4-H Club (As of 8-1-17)
The following list has the Rio Vista, Vacaville and Vallejo 4-H Clubs meeting day, times and location.
Rio Vista 4-H Club (As of 11-1-16)
(as of 11/2016):
Elmira 4-H Club (As of 8-1-17)
200 Padan School Rd, Elmira at 7 p.m.
Sherwood Forest 4-H Club (As of 11-1-16)