Marin County
University of California
Marin County

Tamalpais 4-H Club

2012 Beach Cleanup


The Tamalpais 4-H Club meets:

Date:  The first Monday of each month

Time:  6:30 p.m.

Place:  Vallecito Elementary School
          50 Nova Albion Way, San Rafael

Community Club Leader:  
       Alexandra Matthews
            Alexand875@sbcglobal.net

Club Projects & Leader Contacts

  • Bay Area Young Birders:  If you are interested in joining the Bay Area Young Birders, please contact Alexandra Matthews at Alexand875@sbcglobal.net


New Leader Training:
  Adults who are interested in helping lead a project should sign-up to be a 4-H Leader.To become a 4-H Project Leader, each person must have Livescan fingerprinting completed and attend a New Leader Orientation. New Leader Orientations will be held at the 4-H Office in October. 

Projects and Leader Contacts:  The Tamalpais 4-H club has numerous projects including animal projects, cooking, arts & crafts, photography and community service.  Please see our Project Page for a complete listing of projects and Project Leader Contacts.

Community Service Projects:  This Club also does a variety of Community service projects. Contact the Club Leader for more information.

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