Effective June 7, 2021 –
Declining rates of COVID-19 transmission in NJ and rising numbers of vaccinated residents represent significant progress; however, continued diligence is still needed. We have a shared responsibility to take practical and responsible measures to safeguard the well-being of each other and our communities.
We thank you for your continued support of the New Jersey 4-H Program. We know this past year has not been easy for our 4-H families, volunteers, partners and staff. We remain committed to providing high-quality youth development experiences and opportunities for youth across the state. We look forward to gearing up for the summer and know that together we can continue to meet the current and emerging needs of youth and communities.
4-H Clubs in Sussex County and are accepting new members for the 2020/2021 4-H project year. The link below features clubs that shared their information with the 4-H Office. For a complete list of clubs available in Sussex County 4-H please contact Dave Foord -Senior 4-H Program Coordinator (email@example.com) or Tanya Patire – Program Assistant (firstname.lastname@example.org).
* Please note that the location in which the clubs meet is for when clubs will have permission to meet in-person. Until that time is deemed safe by Rutgers and NJ 4-H policies, clubs will be meeting in a virtual format.