4-H Clubs

Camden County has four community clubs and ten afterschool clubs across the county.

Community Clubs

Camden County Clover Kids meet in the Linn Creek-Camdenton area.
Clover Kids introduces 5- to 7-year-olds to the 4-H experience. In Clover Kids, children learn how to get along with others, work in groups, and explore their interests, while building self-confidence. Clover Kids do not enroll in projects or raise animals, and do not participate in competitive events, contests or shows.
Club Leader:  Kylie Uchtmann

Denim and Dust Club meets at 7 p.m. on the last Thursday of every month in the Climax Springs School Cafeteria.
Club Leader:  Tammy Gilbert

Easy Riders
Club Leader:  Donna Ogle

Wranglers 4-H Equine Club meet in the Roach-Camdenton area on the fourth Wednesday of each month and covers horseless horse, horse showing, horse judging and Clover Kids.
Club leader:  Angela McNeary
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After-school clubs

Fast and Furious Raptor Research Club (for Hawthorn third and fourth graders and Hurricane Deck) meets one Friday a month from October through April.
Club leader: Michele Kroll

Osage Beach Elementary Junior FIRST Laser is for second and third graders.
Club Leader:  Sherry Comer

Hawthorn Elementary Junior FIRST Laser is for third and fourth graders.
Club Leader:  Sherry Comer

Dogwood Elementary Second and Third Grade Jr FIRST Laser
Club leader:  Jane Morris

Osage Beach Elementary Robotics is for fourth graders.
Club Leader:  David McCumber

Hawthorn Elementary Robotics is for fourth graders.
Club Leader:  Denise Richardson

Hurricane Deck Elementary FIRST Laser is for fourth graders.
Club Leader:  Sherry Comer

Oakridge Robotics 4-H meets Fridays.
Oakridge Robotics is for fifth and sixth graders.
Club leaders: Jane Morris and Sharon Tussey

Camdenton Middle School 4-H Robotics
Club leaders: Jane Morris

4-H Laser
4-H Laser is for High School students.
Club leader: Mitch Comer