Muscoot Farm's 4-H Club
The Muscoot Gang is a 4-H club sponsored by Muscoot Farm. Throughout the year they have fun both on and off the farm.
On the farm the Muscoot Gang does chores, cares for the animals and participate in such events as Summer Fair, Dairy Day, Meet the Baby Animals, Sheep Shearing, Autumn Festival and
Pumpkin Pickiní. Off the Farm the 4H club shows animals at the Putnam County Fair, participates in the Annual Teatown Festival
and the WHUD Kids Fair at the County Center in White Plains. They also attend a three day career exploration program for high
school students at Cornell University.
What is 4-H?
4-H is a Youth Development Program of Cornell University Cooperative Extension in Westchester County.
It is an educational program designed to provide youth with a variety of experiences that will help them become skilled and
The 4H Pledge
I pledge my HEAD to clearer thinking
I pledge my HEART to greater loyalty
I pledge my HANDS to larger service
I pledge my HEALTH to better living for my club, my community, my country and my world.
How to become a 4H Member
Member must be between the ages of 11 and 16 and committed to a 12 month rigorous schedule.
Member must energentic and willing to work hard. Also members must be willing to have fun!
For more information about starting this new adventure, contact Cornell Cooperative Extension at 914.285.4620.
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