Carroll County 4-H is committed to serving the youth of Carroll County. 4-H is the youth development education program of Virginia Cooperative Extension. 4-H is committed to assisting youth, and those adults working with them, in acquiring the knowledge, life skills, and attitudes that will enable them to become self-directing, contributing, and productive members of society. The central theme of 4-H education is "learn by doing."


This summer Carroll County 4-H will be offering cloverbud programming. Cloverbuds are children aged 5-8. These programs will be held at the Hillsville Extension Office (the old Hillsville Elementary School). Parents are welcomed and invited to stay during the program. Below is a schedule of events with times and topics. Please call to sign up your child for each program by 3:00 PM the previous day.

Adult 4-H Council

If you are an adult in Carroll County and are interested in volunteering with 4-H then you are welcome to join the Adult 4-H Council at their monthly meetings at the Carroll County Extension Office in Hillsville, VA.

Meeting times are the first Tuesday in every month from 5:30PM to 6:30PM.

4-H All Stars

Becoming a 4-H All-Star is the highest honor one can hold in 4-H.  Carroll County has several All Stars in the area that are all ages.  If you would like more information about how to become an All Star or are ready to fill out the application then follow this link to the Virginia 4-H All Stars information page.

4-H Livestock Club

The Carroll County 4-H Livestock Club consists of home-school children in the intermediate and senior levels. This project club focuses on all aspects of Livestock from showing to judging and everything in between. Club leaders are Tammy Vass and Kay Williams. If you are interested in joining their club please contact them at or

Laurel Fork Community 4-H Clubs

The Laurel Fork Community 4-H Club meets the first and third Thursday of every month in the Laurel Fork Community Center at 7:00 PM.  The club leaders are Debra and Rogene Nester - All Stars and long time club leaders.  If you are in the Laurel Fork area and are looking for a club then please attend one of their meetings and get involved in 4-H!

4-H Forms

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