State dues for Missouri 4-H are $20 with the additional $10 for Boone County. Until dues have been paid in full, the member’s enrollment status will remain in pending. For more information about enrolling in 4-H, feel free to contact a club you are interested in or you can contact Boone County Extension Office at 573-445-9792 or

Boone County 4-H documents


Regular meeting time: Second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.

Located: Central Columbia (contact club for exact location)

The business meeting always includes a recreation activity and full club involvement. We have speakers, demonstrations, service activities, and all kinds of hands-on activities at our meetings.

Projects offered: We offer Archery, Robotics, Hams, Entrepreneurship, Cake Decorating, Cats, Horseless Horse, Golf, Photography, all the Shooting Sports, Sewing, Knitting, Wildlife Conservation, and other projects according to the members’ interest. We have a Clover Kids program for 5-7 year olds with a monthly activity during the regular business meeting. Members are encouraged to participate in county and state 4-H programs and the fair.

Adventurers is a diverse and inclusive community of families. We are committed to service, including volunteering with animal rescues, cleaning up litter, packaging at the Food Bank, and participating in a cookie exchange for the homeless shelter. We hold a couple of social events every year, including the Annual Ice Cream Social in June. We also hold a Bake and Craft Sale fundraiser in April.

Contact information: Adventurers at


Regular meeting time: Second Sunday of each month at 6 p.m.

Located: Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 120 W. Gane Chance Dr., Centralia, MO

Primary projects offered: Beef, swine, meat goat, sheep and rabbits. Various other projects dependent on project leader availability. Often have leaders for foods, photography, woods and sewing.

Major club activities: Highway cleanup, Christmas caroling, Valentine cards and game night.

Contact information: Kristin Walters,

Englewood Hustlers

Regular meeting time: Second Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m.

Located: Englewood Clubhouse in Englewood, just past the Columbia Airport off Highway 63

Primary projects offered: Livestock, various other projects depending on leaders

Major club activities:  Adopt-A-Highway Trash Pickup, Fish Fry, Service Projects

Contact information: Kara Hinton,


Regular meeting time: Second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.

Located: Russell Boulevard Elementary School gym and cafeteria in Columbia

Primary projects offered: Archery, foods, sewing, crafts, international foods, photography, leadership, and anything else we can find leaders for. We do not have many livestock projects and consider ourselves a “city” club.

Major club activities: Community clean up, community service projects, demonstrations, leadership

Contact information: Theresa Shettlesworth,

Hallsville Go-Getters

Regular meeting time: First Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m.

Located: Hallsville Fairgrounds, 500 Route 00, Hallsville, MO, in the LeMone Building

Clover Kid meeting times: Contact Donna Phillippe, 573-289-1754

Primary projects offered: Shooting sports, foods, sheep, swine, beef, cake decorating, geology, scrapbooking, arts and crafts, poultry

Major club activities: Hayride in October and highway clean up, burger and fry night in November, Christmas events in December, February make Valentine’s for elderly, April club social and highway clean up, July participate in the county fair and have a swimming party. We have demonstrations every month starting in January. Each of the projects takes their own field trips. We are doing new things all the time. These are just a few. The club requires each member pay a $20 fee in addition to the registration fee.

Contact information: Elaine George,

Missouri’s Best

Regular meeting time: First Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.

Located: Columbia Area Career Center, 4203 S. Providence, Columbia, MO

Primary projects offered: Beef cattle, breeding cattle, market swine, breeding swine, market goats, breeding goats, market sheep, breeding sheep. (We also work with other local clubs to fill members project needs.)

Contact information: Shane Clark,

Rock Bridge

Regular meeting time: Second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.

Located: Rock Bridge Elementary School Cafeteria, 5151 S. Hwy 163, Columbia, MO 65203

Clover Kid meeting times: Second Thursday of each month at 6 p.m.

Primary projects offered: Archery, arts and crafts, scrapbooking, exploring 4-H, foods, bread, entrepreneurship, photography, sewing, shooting sports, robotics, large and small animal, no horses.

Major club activities: Holiday dinner, Spring Egg Hunt Saturday before Easter weekend, Bake Sale on Mother’s Day weekend, food bank.

Contact information: Janet Snow,


Regular meeting time: Second Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m.

Located: Two Mile Prairie Elementary School Gym, off Route Z northeast of Columbia

Primary projects offered: Archery, cake decorating, arts and crafts, cured hams, foods, livestock, photography, sewing and more

Major club activities: Christmas party, volunteer work, clean up Columbia, fair projects, demonstration day, Valentine’s Day Party, fair parade, County Fair, swim party

Contact information: Keri Hazelrigg,, or Thomas Phillips,

Sturgeon Goalseekers

Regular meeting time: Second Monday of each month at 7 p.m.

Located: Sturgeon Youth Center

Primary projects offered: Livestock (horse, beef, goats), cake decorating, photography, arts, and crafts.

Major club activities: We help clean the environment twice a year in Oct/Apr with the Adopt a Highway project. We serve the community by helping at the food pantry. We have several club gatherings during the year, Fall- Oct, Christmas - Dec, Swim - July/Aug. we have a Backwards Tractor Pull Fundraiser in June. We participate in the Fair through livestock, youth arts, and parade. 

Contact information: Christine Vaughn,

Triple T* Clover Kids

Regular meeting time: First Wednesday of each month at 3 p.m.

Located: Our Lady of Lourdes Interparish School

Contact information: Sarah Nolke,

Woodlandville Knowledge Seekers

Regular meeting time: Second Thursday of each month at 6 p.m.

Located: Woodlandville United Methodist Church

Primary projects offered: Livestock, shooting sports, arts and crafts, foods, ham curing, horsemanship, photography

Major club activities: Hayride in October to thank parents and volunteers for helping with the 4-H program, caroling in December, ice cream social in June and swim party in August. We are strong in our training toward excellence with our projects. We coach and mentor our members on judging, demonstrations and public speaking. The club requires each family pay a $20 buyout instead of holding a fundraiser.

Contact information: Sarah Nolke,