I pledge my Head to clearer thinking
My Heart to greater loyalty
My Hands to larger service and
My Health to better living
for my club, my community, my country and my world.
The North Ridge Riders 4-H Horse Program is designed for those youth with interest in horses and horse events. This program is designed to provide experiences to help them develop leadership, citizenship, self esteem, social skills and to become contributing members of society, as well as becoming better horse men and women. The 4-H Horse Program is designed to be EDUCATIONAL, ACTIVITY-ORIENTED, AND FUN for those who become involved.
To increase a member’s knowledge in a variety of project areas, while teaching life-skills such as decision-making, public speaking, and leadership.
These goals can be accomplished through communicating in a group, working cooperatively and being responsible. Members can learn through experience, preparing, designing and evaluating their projects.
Interested parents and other adults have opportunities to grow through working with 4-H members.
4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential working and learning in partnership with caring adults.
While activities focus mainly on the local 4-H Club, members may also participate in group activities and events such as fairs, trips, camping, teen leader trainings, fundraising, achievement programs and county, regional and state learning opportunities.
Make new friends
Learn by doing
Explore their interests
4-H is national program that helps young people develop knowledge and skills to become capable, caring and contributing citizens. Membership in 4-H is open to all youth, ages of 5 to 19, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, or marital/parental status.
Youth in 4-H participate in all kinds of projects, events, and activities through local clubs, special interest clubs, school programs, and individual memberships. Members choose projects to fit their interests, abilities, and the places where they live. 4-H projects involve hands-on learning, setting goals, and evaluating progress.
The June Member meeting will be held at Saxony Farms in Saxonburg, PA.Read more ...