Interested in 4-H?
4-H is open to all children, ages 5-18. There are a number of activities available through 4-H including horse club, consumer shopping, livestock competition and judging, clothing/textiles, food and nutrition and wildlife/ fisheries, just to name a very few.
Lee County is host to eight 4-H clubs. Club meeting days and times are:
Dime Box 4-H. 2nd Sunday, 4 p.m., First Baptist Church, Dime Box; Club Manager Kim Shows.
Giddings 4-H Club. 1st Wednesday, 7 p.m., First National Bank, Giddings, Meeting Room; Club Manager Melissa Boerger.
Lee County Jr. Posse 4-H Horse Club. 1st Tuesday, 6 p.m., Lee County Sheriff's Posse Arena; Club Managers Tanya Drews and DeAnne Saenger.
Lee County Texas Stars 4-H Horse Club. Club Manager April Vecera. Meetings are conducted at team practices and as announced.
Lexington 4-H Club. 2nd Tuesday, 7 p.m., Lexington Elementary Cafeteria; Club Managers Karla Dussetschleger and Donna Ross.
Lincoln 4-H Club. 3rd Monday, 7:30 p.m., St. John Lutheran Gym; Club Manager Lisa Grimm.
Northwest Lee County 4-H Club. 1st Tuesday, 7 p.m., Blue United Methodist Church; Club Manager Donna Morgan and Club Advisor Lucy Torn.
Serbin 4-H Club. 4th Wednesday, 7:30 pm, St. Paul Lutheran Church office; Club Managers Kathleen Bigon and Sheila Siegmund.
Steers, Commercial Heifers and ABC & AOB Heifers will be validated for the Lee County Junior Livestock Show on Sunday, September 13, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., at the Giddings Vet Clinic. This is a change in the original schedule.
For additional information, about 4-H Clubs and activities in Lee County, please call the Lee County Extension office at (979) 542-2753 or visit the Extension office at 310 S. Grimes in Giddings.