Our location is 200 Taylor Street Suite 500, Fort Worth, Texas 76196. Parking at the meters is available on Burnett, Weatherford, and Taylor Streets. The entrance to our building faces Burnett St. If you prefer to park in the lot adjacen to our building, please enter the parking lot on 2nd street and enter at the west side entrance that faces Burnett Street. The Taylor Street entrance is closed and the only open entrance is on the west side of the Plaza building.Mailing Address
Texas A & M AgriLife Extension
Tarrant County 4-H
P. O. Box 1540
Fort Worth, Texas 76101
Fax Number 817-884-1941
Support for Tarrant County 4-H
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District 4 Competitions (AKA: District Roundup)
April 5 is a big day for District 4 competitions. Contests for the day will be conducted at the Texas A&M University campus in Commerce, Texas. Contests include: Educational Presentations, Share the Fun, Public Speaking, & Fashion Show & Storyboard. Most contests will be conducted in the Ferguson Social Science Building and auditorium this year. Additional details can be found on the district website: http://d44-h.tamu.edu/ .
Youth who have qualified to compete in these contests will need to register online, through 4-H Connect before each contest’s deadline (March 12-14).
The Tarrant County 4-H Spring Fling is scheduled for Friday, April 25, at the Extension office. Hosted by the County Council, it is a fun event for all Tarrant County 4-H Club members. They are planning a fun evening of games and activities and will send out a flyer within a few weeks. So, for now, SAVE THE DATE, and plan on an evening of excitement.
4-H Youth Sponsorship Fee
To maintain the level of programming and opportunities in the Texas 4-H and Youth Development Program, Texas AgriLife Extension Services has implemented and annual participant fee for each 4-H youth member. The participant fee is $25, or $20 if enrolled from September 1st to October 1st. (Clover Kids are exempt from this fee.)
Tarrant County 4-H and local donors have a strong desire to provide opportunities for interested youth and have secured a limited number of sponsorships for youth who may have difficulty with the fee at this time. Families with children who need sponsorships in order to participate in the program are encouraged to submit the request as soon as possible.