The 4-H Clubs in Dunn County page is meant to provide a brief description of each club and provide a general idea of each club meeting location. We currently have 12 active 4-H community clubs and multiple project clubs. NOTE: All meeting times and location are subject to change. Please contact the general leaders for more information.
The 22ers 4-H club is a small club in Dunn County. The 22ers have meetings every third Sunday of the month at 6:00PM at Grant Town Hall. They are active in the 4-H food stand, woodworking and foods & nutrition. Community service outreach activities include roadside clean-up, planting gardens, and making holidays cards. Contact Sara Lisowski at 715-495-0687 or Angie Harder, 715-308-0371 for any further questions.
The Cedarlings 4-H club is a large club in Dunn County. The Cedarlings have meetings every first Monday of the month at 6:30PM at the Dunn County Government Center. Some activities they are involved in include: Cemetery clean-up, Veteran’s day flag placements, and Foster Closet donations. They are active in the dog project, horses and softball. Contact Amy Zuber Seguin at 715-309-2326 or email@example.com with any questions.
The Colfax Comets 4-H club is a small club in Dunn County. The Colfax Comets have meetings every second Monday of the month at 6:30PM at Colfax Town Hall. The Colfax Comets are involved in a lot of various activities some of those include: providing meals for families in need at Thanksgiving, making cookie baskets at Christmas time, making Valentine’s day cards for residents of the Colfax Rehabilitation Center, Bingo with the residents, roadside cleanup in May, planting flowers and cleaning of exhibition building at the Colfax Fairgrounds. They also work at the 4-H food stand and have social activities like sledding. Some of the project areas that a lot of members are involved in include poultry and swine. Contact Heather Pyka at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The Connorsville Comets 4-H club is a small club in Dunn County. The Connorsville Comets have meetings every second Sunday of the month at 1:30PM at the New Haven Town Hall. Some activities that the Connorsville Comets are very active in include: rabbits, poultry, goats, sheep, cake decorating, leathercraft, quilting, drawing, photography and many more. Contact Brandi Utphall at 715-702-1575, Darcy Simonson at 715-702-1465, or Shiann Wagner at 715-702-1678 with any questions.
The Dunn County Dog project is a group of 4-H’ers with a common interest in dog performance sports. We train utilizing positive reinforcement methods, so it is fun for both the dog and trainer. The project covers training in Obedience, Rally, Agility, Showmanship, Nose work, and Tricks. We start training in April and meet every week at the Dunn County Recreation park at 6:pm. Contact Sandy Miller at 715-233-3074 with any questions.
Elk Meadow 4-H club is a large club in Dunn County and have members in Elk Mound, Menomonie and the Eau Claire school districts. They have meetings every first Monday of the month at 7:00PM for the general meeting, 6:30PM for younger members at Amy Chapel. Some activities they are involved in include: softball, swine, dairy, beef, horses, poultry, dog, cat, home environment, photography, dairy judging, food and nutrition, aerospace and many more. This club offers unique community service outreach offerings including June Dairy month, roadside clean-up and volunteering at the community table in Eau Claire. Contact Jeff Quilling at 715-308-9169 or Gwen Quilling at 715-308-1111 with any questions.
Hay River Helpers
Hay River Helpers 4-H Club is a small club in Dunn County. Some activities they are involved in include: horses, swine, beef, aerospace and the 4-H food stand. They have meet monthly. Please follow our Facebook page for more information or contact Shirley Casper at 715-308-0745 or Amy Thorson at 715-556-2130 with any questions.
The Ideal 4-H club meets every third Tuesday of the month at 6:00PM at Menomonie Market Food Co-op in the handicapped accessible upstairs classroom. Ideal 4-H welcomes new visitors and members year round. Community service as well as members being given the opportunity to learn intergenerationally are important to this club. The Ideal 4-H club emphasizes making 4-H user friendly and flexible for parents and children. The club tailors itself to the interests of club members with past projects being as varied as aerospace, clothing and cultural arts, the dog project, videography and shooting sports. Ideal 4-H has recently enjoyed nature hikes, bird counting activities, campfire sing alongs and member participation at regional 4-H camps. Financial assistance/support for projects and camps are available. Contact Mariann Holm at 715-829-0132 or email email@example.com with any questions.
Little Elk Creek
Little Elk Creek is a large 4-H club in Dunn County. They have meetings every first Sunday of the month at 6:30PM at the Little Elk Creek Church. They are active in dairy judging, dairy, swine, beef, sheep, goat, softball and the 4-H food stand. Community service outreach offerings include Military care packages and food drives. Contact Trisha Holmstadt at 715-556-4857 or DeAnna Heckendorf at 715-308-0676 with any questions.
Missouri Valley is a large club in Dunn County. They have meetings every second Sunday of the month at 1:00PM at the Eau Galle Civic Center. They are active in dairy, swine, the 4-H food stand, music fest, and foods and nutrition. Community service outreach offerings include food drives, preparing care packages, and work at the local pet shelter. Contact Missy Weisenbeck at 715-672-3134 or Carrie Bullard at 715-226-1493 with any questions.
Rock Falls Rockets
The Rock Falls Rockets 4-H club is a small club in Dunn County. The Rock Falls Rockets have meetings every first Sunday of the month at 6:00PM at the Rock Falls Town Hall. Some activities that the Rock Falls Rockets are very active in include: roadside clean-up, June Dairy Days, drama fest, swine, dairy, dogs, plant and soil sciences, horses foods and nutrition, knitting, photography and many more. They also host an Easter bash every year for the community. Contact Missy Hazen at 715-495-3326, Paula Biesterveld at 715-579-5723, or Theresa Strand at 715-875-4155 with any questions.
Sand Creek Pipers
Sand Creek Pipers is a small club in Dunn County. They have meetings every first Sunday at 11:15 am at ZoHa Studio. Some activities they are involved in include: Ceramics, sheep, leaf raking, and community service events. Contact Staci Martinson at 715-658-1961 or Sarah Henry at 715-563-4500 with any questions.
The Willing Workers 4-H club is the largest club in Dunn county. The Willing Workers 4-H club meets every second Sunday of the month at 6:00PM at the Clubhouse in Irvington. Some activities that the Willing Workers 4-H club are involved in include: dairy, swine, beef, and softball. They are also involved in roadside clean-up, Christmas for kids, Battle of the clubs, sledding and a Halloween hayride and a Halloween party. Contact Courtney Morrow at 715-308-2704 or Coleen Pember at 715-556-2615 with any questions.
Youth Equine Project
The Youth Equine Project (YEP) meets through out the off season. During the spring and summer seasons, they host ride nights twice weekly to learn more about their equine partners, how to excel in the show ring, and become well rounded exhibitors. During the fair, exhibitors can show in pleasure, Gymkhana, and the fun show all while becoming part of a great group of equine project members. Contact Sara Lisowski at 715-495-0687 with any questions.
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If you have any questions regarding 4-H Youth Development, please contact:
Extension Dunn County
3001 US Hwy 12 E, Room 216
Menomonie WI 54751-3045