In response to the Alameda County and State of California stay at home orders and following the lead of the Livermore Joint Unified School District, Del Arroyo 4-H is having no in person meetings until further notice. CC meetings will take place via Zoom and project leaders are encouraged to work with their members to find ways to continue projects without face to face meetings. Please contact the community club leader if you need suggestions or assistance. We do not know how long this will go on but should be prepared for it to last through the rest of the 4-H year.
Now is a time when the skills and leadership 4-H members develop are more relevant than ever. While we cannot participate in community service activities the way we normally do, there are many needs we can help with. Check our community service page for ways to help our community.
What is 4-H?
4-H is a national program administered through the Cooperative Extension which encourages members ages 5 through 19 to learn by doing. Locally, families join clubs which are run by adult volunteers and youth leaders. Each club offers its members and members of other clubs within the county a variety of projects, events, and community service activities based on the member families’ interests and abilities.
Del Arroyo 4-H Club is based in Alameda County 4-H and serves members from the City of Livermore and surrounding towns and cities. We have an active body of adult volunteers who administer the club, lead projects, and support our youth leaders in running project and club meetings. 4-H clubs usually come together once a month, to address club business, sign up for community service and outreach events and socialize. These community club or CC meetings, provide members an opportunity to develop public speaking and leadership skills. Our club meets once a month at 6pm, usually on the third Wednesday, at Arroyo Seco Elementary School. All member families and potential member families are welcome. For more information see our 4-H culture guide.