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

Office Hours:

Make an appointment, before coming into the office.

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

(913) 715-7000
(913) 715-7005 fax
jo@listserv.ksu.edu

Map to our office

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Countywide Projects in Johnson County

Countywide projects are open to all enrolled 4-H’ers in Johnson County. Some programs have a separate registration so please contact the Program Leader for details.

Short term, SPIN programs are project specific, introductory experiences open to all youth in the community. For additional opportunities please visit our 4-H SPIN Club page.

Astronomy: The countywide astronomy project has meetings and activities throughout the year. Check in our monthly newsletter Clover Clips for details about upcoming meetings.

Contact: Heather Anderson (handerson3@gmail.com)

Coding: Learn the basics of block programming. The target age group for the project meetings will be youth ages 9-12. The meetings will take place at the Extension office and all resources will be provided. This program has 3 sessions total.

Knitting: The countywide knitting project is open to 4-H'ers of all levels of experience. Contact Sarah to get started.

Contact: Sarah Kallansrud (skallansrud@yahoo.com)

Livestock: The countywide livestock project has meetings and activities throughout the year. Through this project, you can also participate and compete on our livestock judging team. Check in our monthly newsletter Clover Clips for details about upcoming meetings. 

Contact: Molly Maddy (molly.maddy@jocogov.org)
 

Sewing: The countywide sewing project usually meets every Thursday, January through July and October and November at the Extension office. It is open to 4-H sewers with all levels of experience. Check in our monthly newsletter Clover Clips for details about upcoming meetings.

Contact: Martha Powell (mmp4powell@yahoo.com)

2021: Sign up at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f4ea8ad28a0f49-4hcountywide 

Shooting Sports: Some disciplines offer short term SPIN programs. Visit the SPIN Club page for more details.

Resources:

Contacts: Shooting Sports Coordinators

Tail Waggers Dog Project: The Tail Waggers dog training session typically runs weekly from January though May and then members actively participate in various 4-H dog shows throughout the summer, including shows during the Johnson County and Kansas State Fairs. Check our monthly newsletter Clover Clips for the most up to date information.

Resources:

Contact:

    • Pat Rawitch
    • Phone: (913)681-0408

 

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Contact Us

Ami Lin
4-H/Youth Development Agent
Ami.Lin@jocogov.org

Nancy Carr
School Enrichment Coordinator
Nancy.Carr@jocogov.org

Christin Bartels
Office Professional
Christin.Bartels@jocogov.org

Molly Maddy
Program Manager
molly.maddy@jocogov.org