Winnebago County 4-H Clubs

Below is a map and list of 4-H Clubs in Winnebago County. If you are joining 4-H for the first time, make sure to also check out our “How to Join” webpage.

Click on the map below to see 4-H Clubs in Winnebago County on Google Maps.

** Newly formed club

Name of Club

Monthly Meeting Information

Organizational Leader
(or Main Contact)

4-H Friends

 

1st Sunday at 3:00 PM
Calvary Lutheran Church
2580 W. 9th Avenue
Oshkosh
Amy Jo Domke
920-379-3251
domke2892@yahoo.com

Allenville Meadows**

 

2nd Sunday at 6:00 PM
Summer/Fall Location:
Breezewood Farms
7223 County Road T
Oshkosh
Winter/Spring Location:
Allenville Baptist Church
6629 Hilltop Road
Oshkosh
Leslie Reinke
920-836-3982
breezewood.farms@yahoo.com

Country Roots

 

2nd Tuesday at 7:00 PM
Typically May-September
Miller Park Pavilion off Hwy 21
east side of Omro
Juanene Johnson
920-358-3547
Nanajj6652@gmail.com

Golden Oak

1st Tuesday at 7:00 PM
Nekimi Town Hall
3790 Pickett Road
Oshkosh
Sarah Winkel
920-379-3194
winkelsarah88@gmail.com

Homeward Bounders

2nd Friday at 1:00 PM
Contact Club Leader
Jill Birschbach
920-582-2767
deut4.9@gmail.com

Kountry Kidz

 

1st Tuesday at 6:00 PM
Leader’s Residence
196 Nekimi Road
Oshkosh
Tammy Stark
920-420-2556
sunrentals@aol.com

Lakeshore

 

2nd Sunday at 2:00 PM
Nepeuskun Town Hall
1475 County Road E
Ripon
Kathy Wunrow
920-290-2664
gewsr1row@yahoo.com

Mears

2nd Thursday at 6:30 PM
Kobussen Bus Office
6302 Dixie Road
Neenah
Jane Cowling
920-231-8937
No Email

Newcomers

2nd Sunday of the month
Rushford Town Hall
3413 N. County Road KOmro
Shannon Besaw
920-379-8763
ryanbesaw@sbcglobal.net

NOTA

 

1st Sunday at 6:30 PM
Festival Foods
647 S Green Bay Rd
Neenah
Heather Macklin
630-334-0965
hmacklin13@gmail.com

Plain V-U

 

1st Monday at 7:00 PM
Utica Town Hall/Fisk Fire Department
1730 County Road FF
Oshkosh
Michelle Stone
920-836-9964
chetstone@att.net

Poygan Go-Getters

 

 2nd Sunday at 4:00 PM 

Omro Community Center
130 W Larrabee St, Omro, WI 54963

Jessie Giddings
920-410-7931
jessiehoban@hotmail.com

Ridgeway

 

2nd Tuesday at 6:30 PM
No Meeting July or Aug (Project Meetings TBD)
Meeting date changes in December (TBD)

Immanuel Lutheran Church
3703 Fairview Road
Neenah (Town of Clayton)
Jenny Numrich
920-886-0898
neenahnumrichs@
numrichacademy.org

Westward

3rd Sunday at 6:30 PM
Vinland Town Hall
6085 County Road T
Oshkosh
Sharon Gibson
920-379-1327
sagatthc@gmail.com

White Cedars

2nd Monday at 6:30 PM
Butte des Morts Lions Clubhouse
5068 Washington
Butte des Morts
April Palecek
920-379-4914
tandapalecek@yahoo.com

Winchester

2nd Tuesday at 6:30 PM
Grace Lutheran Church
8396 Steeple Hill Drive
Larsen
Chris Lettau
920-637-4277
ctlettau@gmail.com

Zion 3-C

 

2nd Sunday at 5:30 PM
Omro Fire Station
502 W. Huron Street
Omro
Amanda Hoffman-Kiesow
920-410-4484
sandpitphotography@att.net

County Line 

2nd Sunday of each month 3PM
Immanuel Lutheran Church3703 Fairview RoadNeenah (Town of Clayton)

 Nancy Pieper
920-836-2060
piepernancyk@gmail.com
 

Gegan Elementary Afterschool 4-H Club

 

3rd Wednesday of each month 3:45 PMGegan Elelmentary Gymnasium675 W Airport Rd, Menasha

 Brooke Holland
920-570-9732
brookemarie1031@gmail.com

Winnebago County Horse & Pony Project Club 

4th Monday of each month at 7PM
JPCC
625 E County Rd Y, Oshkosh

Carol Beck
920-379-3950
beckmeatman@aol.com

Winnebago County Dairy Project Club

Meeting times vary 
JPCC
625 E County Rd Y, Oshkosh

Linda Mullins
920-312-2676
linda.kay083@gmail.com

Winnebago County Dog Project Club

 

Meeting times vary
JPCC
625 E County Rd Y, Oshkosh

  Alissa Eichman
alissaeichman@gmail.com

 

Club List Last Updated 6/14/2021: Please Note – Meeting Date/Time & Locations have not been updated to reflect COVID-19 safety precautions – contact leader for information on club meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Start a 4-H Club in Your Area Today!

A 4-H club is a group of young people and adults who meet regularly for fun and learning. Clubs are usually made up of families from a community and often formed around schools, churches or community centers. Most clubs hold monthly meetings attended by members and their parents. Club members elect officers who lead the group and the meetings. An adult club leader advises the officers. The meetings usually last less than two hours. The time is equally divided among club business, recreation and educational programs. A well-organized 4-H club meeting provides opportunities for every member to be involved. 4-H Clubs & Programs are run by Volunteers & supported by Extension Staff in Winnebago County.

To start a club you need:

  • 3 Families
  • 5 Youth
  • 1 Adult that is willing to organize the group
  • Time to meet 1/month

4-H Program Coordinators provide training and ongoing support for youth and adult leaders.

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