Bradley County 4-H

Bradley County 4-H serves 3,000 youth in grades 4th-12th through clubs, project groups, camps, and 168 classrooms monthly. 4-H encourages diverse groups of youth to develop their unique skills and talents to the fullest potential. 4-H uses the “Learning by doing” model through hands-on activities and community involvement empowering 4-H’ers to develop and strengthen life skills.




Enrollment! Whether you enroll at school or in our office (Hi, Bradley Bunch!), we want you to be a part of 4-H!

2023 enrollment forms can be found HERE.

Chick Chain Show & Sale 9/23/23 at 3110 Peerless Rd.

Poster Contest: Looking to show off your creative abilities? This is for you!

Your 4-H agent will go over all the rules with you but just in case your excitement can’t wait, you can read more about the poster contest HERE.

Public Speaking: No need for stage fright! Your agent will go over why being able to speak in front of people is important. You can read up on Tennessee’s public speaking contest HERE.

Public Speaking: No need for stage fright! Your agent will go over why being able to speak in front of people is important. You can read up on Tennessee’s public speaking contest HERE.

Chick Chain order form.

Demonstrations/Interactive Exhibits: Do you have a special talent? Youth in 4th and 5th grade can show others how to do something, make something or how something works during your local demonstration contest.

Presentations/ Sub-County and County Speech Contests: If you were selected to go to the next level because you had an awesome speech, CONGRATULATIONS!

Clover Bowl: 4-H Clover Bowl is a knowledge contest over 4-H, Tennessee Facts, Science, Government, & Life Skills. Students 4th-8th grades may compete.

Chicks for chick chain delivered mid April.


We have week-long and day summer camps where you can participate in everything from arts and crafts, STEM projects, canoeing to shooting sports!

Jr Camp will be June 12-16, 2023 at Clyde-Austin 4-H Center. Check out Clyde-Austin in Greenville, TN. on this website.

Regional Clover Bowl: Were you a winner? Congratulations! You can move on to Regionals! Look HERE for more information.

The 4-H Animal Science Program offers Tennessee youth valuable educational opportunities through raising, exhibiting, and judging livestock and horses.  4-H Animal Science participants are challenged with real-life issues as they learn responsibility through raising, showing and judging horses and livestock.  Species included in the 4-H Livestock and Horse programs include:  BeefDairyGoatHorsePoultrySheep, and Swine.

The 4-H Honor Club is a statewide organization that recognizes junior high 4-H members who demonstrate consistent leadership abilities. Honor Club provides opportunities for citizenship, service activities, and project development. The Tennessee 4-H Honor Club is open to eligible youth in 6th – 12th grades.  One Prospective Honor Club meeting must be attended before being initiated.

Tennessee 4-H Shooting Sports Program is a volunteer-led program that teaches life skills and STEM principles through shooting sports. Youth learn safety and shooting techniques in the disciplines of air pistol, archery, hunting, muzzleloader, rifle, and shotgun. This program is affiliated with National 4-H Shooting Sports.

We are currently looking for an Adult Volunteer. Interested? Please click HERE.

Outdoor recreation can include a variety of different activities. Enjoying our wonderful outdoors and natural resources while engaging in physical activity can be beneficial physically, mentally, and socially. Hiking, canoeing, kayaking, camping, and backpacking are all great ways to get outdoors and experience wildlife, plants, and scenery. Learning wilderness skills is important for any outdoor adventurer! But most importantly, all of these outdoor recreation activities can help develop and build relationships with friends and family that will last a lifetime.

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