Welcome to 4-H!4-H is the largest youth organization in the US. Sponsored by the University of Tennessee Extension, US Dept of Ag & Knox Co Gov, 4-H in Knox County provides research based educational experiences that promote excellence, responsibility, integrity, leadership and lifeskills.Join us and Make the Best, Better!
This club is FREE to join and open to all Bearden Middle School students. We meet after school from 3:45 PM until 4:45 PM in room 111. Listen to BNN for announcements for specific dates or contact Ms. Simpson with questions email@example.com. Transportation from meetings and/or activities must be arranged by the family as transportation is not provided by the school.
The 4-H club will help you grow into responsible leaders and citizens by using projects to help you achieve those goals. Some of the most popular projects are public speaking, horse, photography, dog, cats, line & design (arts & crafts), clothing/textiles, poultry, electric, computers and leadership. We also offer opportunities for summer camp, workshops, retreats and service learning activities.
Bearden Middle School has an active 4-H club. Many of our members also active in the Knox County Honor Club, participate in Tn Valley Fair activities, attend summer conferences/workshops and go on to be active high school club members.
We announce our meetings on the 4-H Bulletin Board in the Commons and also on BNN. We meet right after school at BMS in room 111 and love to have new members whether you have been active in 4-H in the past or not!
Meeting Dates & Activities:
Tuesday, October 1: Office Elections
Tuesday, November 12: Speech Contest & Poster Contest
Tuesday, December 17: Holiday Craft and Baking Contest
Tuesday, January 14: Collections Contest
Tuesday, February 11: Project Display Contest
Tuesday, March 10: Baking & Photo Collection Contest
Tuesday, April 14: Talent Show Contest
For more information, please visit Tennessee 4-H website or contact the Knox County 4-H Office at 865-215-2340.