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Candace Decker

Stephanie Elliot



"To Make the Best Better"


The JJHS 4-H Club meets once a month during 4th and 5th periods.  




     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, and my Country.

February Events

Officers 2022-23

President - Carter N

Vice President - Jaylyn S

Reporter - Rylee M

Secretary - Taz S


The National 4-H emblem is a four-leaf clover with the letter "H" on the midrib of each leaf.  It stands for the development of the Head, Heart, Hands, and Health.  The four-leaf clover signifies good luck and achievement.


The National 4-H Club colors are green and white.  The white background of the 4-H flag symbolizes purity; and the green of the 4-H emblem represents nature's most common color in the great out-of-doors and also is emblematic of youth, life and growth.