• BuFNV CRuQWy 4-H 6hHHS Club has an Adopt-A-Sheep program for kids who want to learn more about sheep but do not have the accommodations (barn and pasture) on their own property.
This program allows sheep to be adopted from an existing Bucks County 4-H Sheep Club member. The sheep remain on the hosting farm, but the child making the adoption is expected to make regular visits to the farm to learn how to take care of and show sheep.
Sheep Club meets the third Sunday of each month.
• 6LlYHUGDlH BUHWhUHQ LQ Christ Church, 165 W. Main St. (Route 113), Silverdale, holds Pioneer Clubs 7 to 8:30 p.m. every Wednesday. The program, for children ages four through 12th grade, is an opportunity to learn about right and wrong in a fun and loving environment through skill-building activities in drama, home LPSURYHPHQW, fiUVW DLG, RuWdoor cooking, woodworking, and many other things. The clubs award badges for achievements.
• BuFNV CRuQWy CRRSHUDtive bxtension and the 4-H program have a variety of animal science clubs. The 4-H youth program is for ages 8 through 18. Clubs usually meet once a month.
Bucks County 4-H clubs include ones for poultry, sheep, goats, horse and ponies, rabbit and guinea pigs.
• BuFNV CRuQWy CRRSHUDtive bxtension and the 4-H program are looking for new club members.
There are a variety of animal science clubs for youth ages 8-18. You don’t have to own animals to join a club. If interested and able to take care of a particular animal, club leaders can get you started and teach what you need to know.
Clubs usually meet once a month. Clubs include ones for sheep, goat, poultry, horse and pony, rabbit and guinea pigs.
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