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Johnson County

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Johnson County
11811 S. Sunset Drive
Suite 1500
Olathe, KS 66061

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday,
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

(913) 715-7000
(913) 715-7005 fax

Map to our office

K-State Research and Extension is committed to making its services, activities and programs accessible to all participants. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities may be requested by contacting Johnson County Extension at (913)715-7000. Notify staff of accommodation needs as early as possible.

Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service

K-State Research and Extension is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Johnson County Horse Club

Club Description: The Johnson County 4-H Horse Club is a community club with a primary focus on the horse project. We offer a lot of opportunities for members from 7 to 18, and you don't have to own a horse to belong to our club. All members can learn about horses and participate in quiz bowl, Panorama and judging events.

As a club, we host four 4-H horse shows a year. Our horse shows are our largest fundraisers. We raise funds for club activities and year-end awards and community support. We provide educational experiences throughout the year; for example: showmanship clinics, racing clinics, Panorama, educational trips and visits to local horse farms.

Our members participate in several community service projects. Jo. Co. 4-H Horse Club has partnered with New Horizon Therapeutic Ranch to provide year around support to the disabled community. During the year and we encourage the older members to practice leadership skills by teaching younger members and becoming club committee leaders and officers.

Our members actively participate in County Club Day, horse quiz bowls, horse judging events, and 4-H camps, both as a group and individually.

Many of our members participate in other 4-H projects such as photography, sheep, goats, swine, cattle, rabbits, poultry, sewing, crafts, woodworking, etc. We will assist you in finding the appropriate leaders in any area you wish to explore.

Our club welcomes new members.

Do we offer Cloverbuds? No
Our Club Website: None
Are we accepting new members? Yes, currently

Meeting Day & Time:
1st Wednesday, 7:00 p.m.

We encourage new members to arrive by 6:45. 

Meeting Location:
Open Class Building on the Johnson County Fairgrounds
136 E Washington St
Gardner, KS 66030

Community Leaders:
Emilie Kaiser

Emily Grove

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