ABOUT OUR CLUB
The Sudbury Clever Clovers 4-H Club meets throughout the year. Volunteers guide youth through a variety of projects starting in the Spring. Projects are six-week topics in which youth “Learn to Do by Doing” and practice real life skills throughout the project. Projects might include cooking & baking, outdoor living, agriculture and community gardening. We meet on Thursdays in New Sudbury for all youth ages 9+. We are proud to be known as the first “truly urban” 4-H Club in Ontario. The Club was founded in 2002 in Sudbury and the Westmount 4-H Club Community Garden (the club’s little piece of land) was created in 2014.
ABOUT OUR VOLUNTEERS
Our volunteers, experienced in all things 4-H, facilitate an inclusive 4-H program that is fun, active and full of variety. Our volunteers have earned awards for their creativity and delivery of experiential learning programs and focus on personal development, leadership and belonging within the community in which we live. Also, we welcome new volunteers and offer various ways to share your knowledge such as sharing your skills, community gardening or making connections for us within the community. Let us know how you can help!
Our members have earned various community awards and collaborate with local organizations such as Rainbow Routes Trails or Genevra House Shelter for Women. For instance, members have received Sudbury’s Civic Award for their work at Westmount 4-H Club Community Gardening where they grow over 300 lbs of fresh produce annually for families in need. They have produced an episode for The Judy Show (2022) on community gardening and a video for the Women’s Institutes of Ontario about Cooking for Single Adults (2021). Over the years, their participation in 4-H Ontario’s Go for the Gold competition (a trivia game) and animal showmanship at the Warren Fair (e.g., goat, sheep, rabbit and miniature horse showmanship) has earned them many ribbons and accolades!
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Community Involvement Project
When you look around your community, what do you see? Is there opportunity for positive change? This project will help you give back to the community you love.View Project Manual
Sudbury 4-H Association
We are a proud group of volunteers dedicated to providing the 4-H program to youth in Sudbury.View Association
REGISTRATION is based on an annual fee of $110 (for the calendar year) plus $10 per six-week project for club supplies.
Contact Paulette via email: email@example.com or phone 705-524-7980 (landline).