Queen Creek 4H

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Hey guys! Every week we are planning on having an Inspirational Quote! Your goal is to try to put into to your daily life and into your 4-H projects. If you accomplished this goal you can share with us; either to one of your officers, at a community club meeting or at one of your project meetings! We hope this will inspire you to reach your goals and hopes for this new year!!

Founders Day Celebration 2014

Welcome to Queen Creek 4-H' s 2014-2015 year! 

 

 For information about our upcoming events and meetings see the calendar page.  If you have any questions please contact us at leader@queencreek4h.org

 

 

Our club currently offers the following projects for kids from 9 to 18 years old.  Dog, Dairy Goat, Market Goat, Horse, Lamb, Livestock, Sheep, Swine, Shooting Sports, Small Stock (cavies, chicken,duck,pigmy goat), Teen & Leadership, Photography and Outdoor Adventure.

 We also offer a Cloverbuds program for kids 5 to 8 years old. See our Projects pages for details on each of these projects and their activities.

Stage Stop Clean Up

  

Desert Wells Stage Stop Clean Up

On Saturday, September 13, 2014 23 4-H members and 12 adults participated in a Desert Well Stage Stop Clean up. In a partnership with the San Tan Historical Society, Queen Creek 4-H has made a commitment to keep this historical location in Queen Creek in good condition. The stage stop, located on Sossaman and Chandler Heights, was built as a resting stop for horses in freight stages. It is a large contributor to the settlement of Queen Creek, and is an important part of the community.

As a part of this Community Service project, 4-H members spent around 2 hours cleaning up the historical site. Work consisted of trimming trees and bushes, as well as removing large amounts of weeds. The work may have been tedious, but the reward was worth it, the stage stop is looking pristine, a proud location for the town of Queen Creek. Queen Creek 4-H enjoys being able to give back to the community, and looks forward to working with the San Tan Historical Society in the future. Stay tuned for a future clean up, if you missed this event, don’t worry, there will be another opportunity in the future.