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Johnston County 4-H Club List

Updated March 2021

Companion Animals


  • Batten Farm – Sandy Batten                      (252) 205-4450
  • Bentonville – Chandra Farmer          
  • Black Creek – Paula Woodall            
  • Hidden Acres – Shannon Burns – FULL –
  • McGee’s Crossroads – Elaine Wood                   The McGee’s Crossroads 4H Club focuses on helping youth develop responsibility and character by increasing their knowledge and experience with livestock projects including sheep, goats, swine, cattle, and poultry. Members have the opportunity to learn about livestock care, health, maintenance, facilities, industry topics, judging, and showmanship. Meetings are held at Wood Angus Farm in the McGee’s Crossroads community once per month and may include field trips to local businesses and organizations or activities hosted by the leaders on the farm premises. 
  • Meadow 4-H – Russell Reeves        
  • Strickland XRoad -Heather Rhodes-Pope


  • Bit O’ Luck – Kate McAlinn               
  • High Riders – Denise Bricker             or (919) 523-2287   Our focus is on turning out kids who will be competent horse owners someday, with a focus on nutrition, safety, proper care and handling. There is also some general riding skills for both hunt seat and western and we are heavily into community service. Archer Lodge area.



Shooting Sports

  • Target Sports – Bill and Jonathan Stovall                Johnston County 4-H Target Sports meets twice a month. The First Saturday of the month 9-12 at our archery range on Hwy 210 outside of Smithfield to shoot archery, Recurve and compound. Then on the 3rd Saturday 8:30-11:30 at H2O Fowl Farms outside of Benson to shoot .22 Rifle, Shotgun(Sporting Clays) and Muzzleloader. 

(* = Homeschool)

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