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Escambia County 4-H Clubs

Interested in joining a 4-H Club? 

We have many established clubs in Escambia County. These clubs cover an array of project areas. Some clubs may have membership caps due to the specific nature of their projects. If you are interested in joining a club, please contact the club leader for information and requirements for joining that club.

Below is a brief list of our 4-H Clubs. Here is a more detailed description of each club: Escambia County 4-H

Barrineau Park 4-H Club
Leader:  Tena Gindl
Contact: tgindl@att.net, 698-3441

Cool Clovers 4-H Club
Leader: Christine Rodgers
Contact: mikechristine333@yahoo.com, 944-8150

Dixon School of the Arts 4-H Club
Leader: Stephanie Stephens
Contact: stpstephens1@bellsouth.net

Escambia County 4-H Horse Club
Leader: Sharon Tanner
Contact: kellydt64@yahoo.com

Escambia County 4-H Leadership Club
Leader: Mike Allen
Contact: 475-5230

Escambia County 4-H Shooting Sports/Archery Club
Leader: Charles Pendleton
Contact: capendleton72@gmail.com, 587-5002

Lost Bay 4-H Club
Leader: Sonia Bush
Contact: fivebush@cox.net, 456-0817

Lucky Clovers 4-H Club
Leader: Shellie Gruenwald
Contact: Toriagruenwald@cox.net, 748-0743

Molino Livestock 4-H Club
Leader: Jack Livingston
livfarms@frontiernet.net, 712-9339

Nature Nerds 4-H Club
Leader: Joanne Megginson
Contact: megginsonpn@att.net, 937-6579

Northview 4-H Club
Leader: Tina Pendleton
Contact: tinalovesscents@gmail.com, 587-5002

Olive Heights 4-H Club
Leader: Chinesa Sunday
Contact: markita@ufl.edu, 341-3110

Perdido Bay Young Equestrians 4-H Club
Leader: Kelley Thompson
Contact: k.thompson@bellsouth.net, 982-8266

Spectrum Junior 4-H Club
Leader: Tamika Wyrick
Contact: supermommika@yahoo.com, 208-1792

Spectrum Senior 4-H Club
Leader: Angela Eligio
Contact: eeligio@cox.net, 479-9143

St. John’s Super Leaders 4-H Club (for students of St. John’s)
Leader: Caroline Bush
Contact: guidance@sjsw.ptdiocese.org, 207-1796

Tech Wizards 4-H Club (for students of Woodham Middle School)
Leader: Carl Shouppe
Contact: cshouppe@escambia.k12.fl.us, 494-7140

Interested in starting your own 4-H Club?

Level 2 certified volunteers can start their own 4-H club. Check out the following useful links below to understand the benefits of starting a 4-H club as well as how to go about this process. Then contact your 4-H agent for more information.

What is a 4-H Club?

Organizing and Chartering 4-H Clubs 

There are also many other exciting ways for volunteers to get involved with 4-H in Escambia County. Stay up to date with our Upcoming Events and Volunteering pages.

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