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4-H Local Clubs and Related Information


Ashland County 4-H Program

 Enroll online at: wi.4honline.com

Club Name

Location

Club Emphasis

Contact Person

Phone

E-mail

Outdoor Adventure Leadership
7th-12th grade

 TBA Leadership, Adventure and the outdoors!
7th – 12th graders
 Beth Reed 682-8385 4lipreeds@centurylink.net

Just Horsin’ Around

South of
Ashland
horse emphasis Susannah Guski 682-4020 susiegee1978@gmail.com

Pearce
Peppers

Town of Gingles area Traditional and large animal husbandry /beef projects Gina Pearce 682-3742 mctysh@centurytel.net

Kero Kampers

Mellen Traditional Denise Lutz 274-2614 deniselutz@centurytel.net

Brunswillow Busy Beavers

Outdoor Adventure
Leadership
4th-8th grade

Marengo Traditional Amy Mundt 278-3901 mundt.family@yahoo.com

Silver Spurs

Ashland area Traditional and horse and dog emphasis Margaret
Oliphant,
Kathy Warren
278-3332
278-3668
moliphant@ashlandmmc.com
finn_nory@yahoo.com

 Market Sale Club

White River Town Hall Animals Gina Pearce 682-3742 mctysh@centurytel.net

 

 

 

 

Specialty Clubs in Ashland County

Non-Traditional Clubs are a part of 4-H as well.

CANSKI

4-H CANSKI is a cross-country ski club that has a chapter in each of the schools.

Outdoor Leadership Emphasis

  • 4-H Outdoor Adventure Leadership (OAL) Club
  • Contact Doug Liphart
    Phone: 715-682-7017
    email: doug.liphart@ces.uwex.edu

Cultural Arts Emphasis

4-H After-School Club in conjunction with Ashland Parks and Recreation

  • Sara Hudson
    Contact: 682-7059
    email: shudson@coawi.org

If you want to know how to join 4-H, check out the state 4-H website or contact Doug Liphart, UW-Extension Ashland County 4-H Youth Development Agent for more information on 4-H clubs in your area at 715-682-7017 and/or email Doug at doug.liphart@ces.uwex.edu