Welcome to Bath County 4-H!  


Terence Clemons

Newly formed 4-H clubs

  • 4-H Youth Hunters Club
  • 4-H Livestock Clubs
  • 4-H Arts & Music Club

We will be conducting its first meeting soon.  Keep informed.

Meetings & Announcements

Wildcat Archery team meets every Wednesday, 6pm, Crossroads Elementary Gym.  If you bow hunt or just like to shoot 3d/target, this team will help you become more efficient.  The shooting disciplines that youth can shoot are Target, Bow Hunter, Compound Bare, and Bare Recurve/Long Bow.  New members are welcomed to join.  The coaches of this team have over 25 years plus of experience in Archery to share with 4-her's and family.  This 4-h team is consisted of youth ages 7 to 18 (if the youth is under 9 they must have a sibling 9 or older on the team too).  To be a member of this team, you must have your own archery equipment due to each youth must be fitted and familiar with their own bow, etc.  If you would like to register for the team, you can call 606-674-6121 to speak with Terence or come to one of the announced meetings.  The team max number of participation is 25 due to safety guidelines, but spots are filling quickly, so don't hesitate to call. 

4-H Rabbit & Poultry Clubs:  If you like learning about and/or caring for Rabbits or Poultry, 4-h has a couple of clubs that assist youth and families with learning, raising, and giving them resources.  Club efforts and meetings will be starting up soon.  If you are interested in joining the 4-h Rabbit Club or Poultry Club, call Terence at 606-674-6121 to get more information.

  • August 7th, 6pm at the Bath County Extension Office- Through collaboration with Family & Consumer Science Program, a part series of educational topics will be taught to assist youth to become more independent and make good choices to be successful.  The series of topics will end in August and all topics will have hands on instruction.  Finances, Car Maintenance, Sewing, and Food Preparation are just a few topics that will be covered.  July 3rd topic will be sewing 101.  August 7th topic will be car stuff (maintenance) 101.  August 21st topic will be Being a Nice Human/Good Employee 101.  Tweens and Teens are encouraged to attend.  You must call 606-674-6121 to preregister. 

  • August 17th-27th, Louisville Fair and Expo Center, Louisville, KY.  The unique, family-friendly 11 day festival that celebrates local and statewide heritage gives far more ot the Commonwealth than merely blue ribbon competition, concerts, special exhibits and carnival rides.  It is a showcase for Kentucky's finest companies, entertainment, and most importantly, people.  Visit www.kystatefair.org to view upcoming schedule of events and concerts.

  • August 26th, 9am at the Owingsville Lions Club Grounds: Wildcat Archery will be having their Annual Shoot.  Come out and support your county archery team as they will be competing against various other divisions and team age divisions throughout the state, this summer.  They look to continue their recent performance, at their shoot, so come out and cheer them on.

  • August 28th, 5:30pm at the Bath County Extension Office; 4-H Council meeting.  If you are interested in being part of a council that plans, evaluates, and implements our county's 4-H program, than you are invited to attend our meetings.  Youth and adults are welcome.  We meet quarterly at the Extension Office.

  • September 1st at 9:00pm at the Sharpsburg Community Center; Family Movie night.  Looking to spend some quality time with family and friends, then you need to mark your calendar for 4-H Family Movie Night.  The movie that will be shown is LEGO Batman Movie.  Admission is $1.00 and concessions will be sold, too.  Doors open to the center at 8:30pm and movie will be starting at 9:00pm.

  • September 8th-9th Hunter's Education Course at the Bath County Extension Office.  This course is co-sponsored by Bath County 4-H and Department of Fish and Wildlife.  Classroom work will consist of firearm identification, ethics, wildlife identification, proper use of ammunition , and more more.  Parents are highly recommended to attend all sessions with their child.  Adults are also permitted to take this class, if needed.  All sessions must be attended to receive full credit.  Friday's session is 6pm-9:30pm, Saturday morning session is 8am-12pm and Saturday afternoon session/range work will be 1-3pm.  Pre-registration is now required fand completed on the Hunter Education page at fw.ky.gov/Education.

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For additional Club information, call Terence Clemons at 606-674-6121.

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