Welcome to Penobscot Valley Homeschool Adventurers 4-H Club!
PVHA 4-H Club is part of the Youth Development Program of the University of Maine Cooperative Extension and it is run in partnership with the Penobscot County UMaine Extension Office. PVHA 4-H Club was organized in 1987 to provide a way for youth including homeschoolers to get together for constructive projects and activities. PVHA 4-H Club is open to youth 5-19 years old; younger children can participate as non-PVHA 4-H Club members with parents as their chaperones as long as they have an older sibling that is a current PVHA member.
PVHA 4-H meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month from October to May at the First United Methodist Church in Brewer from 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm. Fall session began on October 2, Spring session begins on February 10.
What opportunities does 4-H offer?
What opportunities does 4-H offer? Being a part of 4-H offers members the opportunity to participate in many activities that homeschoolers might not. Many of our club members enter projects into the Bangor State Fair, become involved in travel and apply for scholarship awards. Our club provides opportunities for leadership, field trips, a year-end drama, an annual science fair and other group projects, activities, and community services. PVHA 4-H Club offers parent support, portfolio review, and children's activities as well as provide the opportunity for families to share information and materials. 4-H Leaders' training is available for parents and teens.