4-H clubs are groups of youth and volunteers who meet on a regular basis, usually monthly. Meetings give youth opportunities to share project work, plan community service activities and practice running meetings. 

Each member must select a club to join. Families are encouraged to explore different clubs and are not required to stay with a club if meeting times, goals, or membership requirements do not meet expectations. However, a primary club should be selected for the year no later than November 1st of the current year or within two months of enrollment (whichever comes first).

Clubs are a great way to get to know peers, learn about other projects, participate in service learning projects, work as a team to make decisions, understand how to run a business meeting, and hold an office. Clubs are youth driven with the support of adult leaders and parents. 

What to consider when selecting a club:

  • What day and time does the club meet?
  • Are you able to make the majority of meetings and be an active and contributing member?
  • Are you able to meet all the club membership requirements of that club? ex: attendance, record books, demonstrations
  • Is it a small club or a large club?
  • Are there members the same age as my children?
  • Are there members/leaders that have similar project interests that can help my child(ren) navigate their projects?
  • Is the club accepting new members?
  • When visiting the club, were the members engaged in the decision making and leadership of the club or was it more driven by the adults in the room?
  • How can parents help this club flourish? (ex: help lead a project, bring snacks, plan recreation, provide meeting space, etc)

Cascade County 4-H Club Details

Current club meeting details updated September 23, 2021.
Please remember to call the Organizational Leader prior to attending a meeting.

Big Sky Explorers (At Capacity)

  • Club Organizational Leader, Erin Doyon
  • Best Contact, greenthumbgirl@live.com
  • Meet the first Monday of each month, 3:30 p.m. at the Extension Office
  • Emphasis on record book completion, encourage participation in 4-H activities, teen mentors for preteen members

Chesnut Valley

  • Club Organizational Leader, Katey Marquis
  • Best Contact, chestnutvalley4h@yahoo.com
  • Meet the second Tuesday of each month, 6:30 p.m. at Wadsworth Hall, 13 Front Street South, Cascade

Circle S

  • Club Organizational Leader, Shantel Herman
  • Best Contact, seherman@3rivers.net or 406-899-1271
  • Meet the second Sunday of each month, 4:00 p.m. at the Simms High School
  • Members must attend a minimum of five meetings and one community service event. Write down three project goals on record books; Horse & Livestock Project focused, but all project interest is welcome

Creative Clovers

  • Club Organizational Leader, Stephanie Banks
  • Best Contact, 406-799-7330
  • Meet the first Monday of each month, 7:00 p.m. at the Extension office
  • Communication Project emphasis, but all project interest is welcome

Eden Livestock

  • Club Organizational Leader, Jill Mackey
  • Best Contact, girlgonelkie@gmail.com or 406-736-5573
  • Meet the thrid Sunday of each month 5:00 p.m. at Eden Hall, Great Falls
  • Must take at least one Livestock Project/Animal Husbandry based Project, currently recruiting memberships outside the 15-mile residential area

Giffen Coulee

  • Club Organizational Leader, LaKrista Boadle & Stephanie Annis
  • Best Contact, LaKrista Boadle at lakrista@3rivers.net
  • Meet the second Sunday of each month, 3:00 p.m. at the Sand Coulee Fire Hall
  • Members must attend 2/3 of business meetings, complete and turn in a record book to continue in your respective project

Great Divide

  • Club Organizational Leader, Keri Leggett
  • Best Contact, keri.leggett@gmail.com or 406-590-0986
  • Meet the second Sunday of each month, 2:00 p.m., location to be determined
  • All members are required to present a demonstration or public speaking activity at the club or county level; Member must trun in a copmpleted record book to hold an office the following year; An enrolled member will lose active membership if they have three or more unexcused absences

Highwood Hustlers

  • Club Organizational Leader, Kathy Dunn
  • Best Contact, kathydunnmt@outlook.com or (H) 406-452-6191, (C) 406-781-8606
  • Meet the first Sunday of each month, 6:00 p.m., location to be determined
  • President and Vice President youth oficers must be a 4-H member for at least two years. Parents are preferred to sign-up as 4-H volunteers in project areas to assist club members

Montana Sunsets

  • Club Organizational Leader, Fran Gossack
  • Best Contact, tomgoss@mcn.net
  • Meeting date, time, and location, TBD

Running Free (At Capacity)

  • Club Organizational Leader, Janet Smith
  • Best Contact, janet-30050@msn.com
  • Meet the second Sunday of each month, 4:00 p.m. at the Gore Hill Fire Department, Great Falls

Tiger Butte

  • Club Organizational Leader, Lisa Jassen
  • Best Contact, ljassen@msn.com or 406-738-4343
  • Meet the second Sunday of each month with exceptions, 5:00 p.m. at rotational member homes, Belt
  • Members should attend a minimum of four regular business meetings, participate in one county event/contest and two community service event/activities per year; members presenting a speech or demonstration at the club level amy receive up to $50 towards 4-H camp registation or other 4-H event registation

Trouble Shooters (At Capacity)

  • Club Organizational Leaders, Samaria Kirby
  • Best Contact, troubleshooters4hclub@yahoo.com
  • Meet the second Thursday of each month, 6:30 p.m. at the First Church of the Nazarene, Great Falls
  • Members may be enrolled in any 4-H project but one youth member from each family bust be enrolled in a shooting sports project within one year of enrollement.

Ulm Pishkun (At Capacity)

  • Club Organizational Leader, Sandy Harshaw-Irvin
  • Best Contact,sandy_harshaw@yahoo.com
  • Meet the first Sunday of each month, 2:00 p.m. at the Ulm Church, Ulm
  • Horse, Rabbit, Goat, and Poultry Project Leaders available; Limited to 50 members; Members must live close to Ulm

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