Our club’s focus is to learn and teach sustainability topics as well as perform related community service projects. We have six full members as well as four “junior leaf” members who are not quite of age to participate in some of the club’s activities yet. Together we pledge our head, heart, health and hands to our club, our community, our country and our world!

” How can we expect our children to know and experience the joy of giving unless we teach them that the greater pleasure in life lies in the art of giving rather than receiving.
James Cash Penny


” I  was lucky to live in an area that had strong 4-H programs when I was growing up.  I learned a lot and really enjoyed the experience. My dad was even a 4-H leader of a wildlife project. Now, as  a mother with two young boys, I wanted to create a 4-H club that would help kids learn more about the positive impacts we can all make on our world. This includes community service and it includes learning about our ecological footprint. ” – M Schmidt, Club Leader.


I would be glad to share our curriculum with another project leader who is interested in continuing this project with other kids in Corbett! We are really excited to see 4-H back in Multnomah County and thank Jon Mayer for all his support getting it going again!

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