Maryland 4-H is the University of Maryland's youth development program and is part of the national 4-H system. All states across the U.S. offer 4-H educational programs. All youth of ages 5 through 18 as of January 1 of the current year are welcome to participate in 4-H programs.
Adult volunteers are welcome! Let us know your interests and we'll help you get to work helping young people learn new project information and develop skills for success in life. We can also help you start your own club if none of our current club project offerings matches your family's interests.
4-H offers a variety of project areas for youth to explore. Talbot 4-H supports three National Mission Mandates featuring projects in areas of science, healthy living, and civic engagement. Talbot 4-H faculty, staff, and volunteers plan and lead learning activities related to 4-H projects.
4-H teaches youth through hands-on “learn by doing” activities that encourage children and teens to experiment, innovate, and think independently. Youth use their HEADS to learn and develop life skills, their HEARTS to support and encourage others in their 4-H clubs, their HANDS to carry out a wide variety of community service projects, and their HEALTH to improve the quality of life for themselves and others.
Through participation in the program, youth learn project-related knowledge and develop skills for success in life. The Hendricks Life Skills Wheel shown above contains examples of life skills associated with each H: Head, Heart, Hands, and Health.
National studies have documented that 4-H members often do better in school, are more motivated to help others, have confidence to try new things, develop self-esteem, and create lasting friendships. 4-H can be a fun, educational experience for your entire family.
BAAM, Inc. is an after school tutoring program for African American males in grades 1-5 from Easton Elementary School who are at risk for failure. We aim to recognize and address socioeconomic barriers that inhibit their ability to learn effectively and provide academic enrichment in a safe, caring, and structured environment.
BAAM Athletic Center is located at 31 Jowite Street, Easton, MD 21601.
Healthy Habits – Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center
The Mission statement of the Saint Michaels Community Center is to promote and provide quality activities and services that will contribute to the physical, emotional and social well being of the community.
The Vision of the Saint Michaels Community Center is to enhance the quality of life and to fill the unmet needs of our community through the following;
Provide supervised program opportunities for the enrichment of our children and teens.
Provide activities and services for senior citizens.
Provide affordable recreational, social, and educational activities to the community residents of all ages regardless of ethnicity gender or economic status.
Develop partnerships with other non-profit groups and community–oriented organizations.
Provide exemplary management of the Center and its activities.
The YMCA offers programs for all ages. Visit http://www.ymcachesapeake.org/programs/ for program information by location. Child Watch available.
- Fitness Center
- Cycling Studio
- 2 Swimming Pools - Lap Swim, Open Swim, Family Swim, Water Exercise Classes
- Before & After School Programs
- Interactive Fitness Room
- Group Exercise Classes
- Summer Camps
Benefits of a YMCA Membership (visit www.ymcachesapeake.org/join/join-the-y for pricing information):
- No contracts to sign
- If signing up for monthly bank/credit card draft, only requires 15 days written notice to stop monthly bank/credit card draft
- 30-day Money Back Guarantee
- Free Child Watch while you work out (for those who have at least an Adult + 1/Child membership)
- Lower prices on Y programs
- AWAY program to use at other participating Ys when traveling