Soquel 4-H

Adult Volunteer Links and Forms


*Adult Orientation Video*








Recent Community Events:

  • Dominican Hospital Petting Zoo for Holiday Party
  • Feeding the Homeless
  • Beach Clean Up
  • Visiting Nursing Homes (caroling, reading)
  • Salvation Army Bell Ringing
  • Angel Tree (Capitola Mall)
  • Homeless Garden Project


Soquel 4-H is located in the Santa Cruz County. 


The Soquel 4-H club currently has  members who participate in a wide variety of projects such as  pygmy goats ,rabbits , poultry, robotics, record-keeping, cooking, gardening, sheep, swine, arts and crafts,  dogs, and leadership. These projects are taught and led by Adult and Teen leader volunteers. Our Members are encouraged to give back to their Community through Community Service both Individually and as a Club.



Youth Forms

"Head-Heart-Hands-Health"
The 4-H Emblem is a green four leaf clover with a white "H" on each leaf. The emblem symbolizes the desired skills and abilities youth will learn through their participation in 4-H activities.

Head - Problem solving: ability to sort out complex problems.

Heart - Emotional development: developing good attitudes toward work and learning, developing acceptance and appreciation of other people.

Hands - Skills development: ability to do skill by doing and habit of doing.

Health - Physical development: understanding and appreciating a growing and changing body.

About Soquel 4-H