Sunny Rock 4-H is comprised of seven different animal clubs. Seven to thirty members make up each club
Leader: Danielle Miller-LaPlante and Maria Cataldo
The cloverbud program is the newest club at Sunny Rock 4-H. It is a club for children ages 5-7 who are interested in all kinds of animals. At each meeting, members learn about different animals and also do an arts and crafts project. If you are interested in joining, please contact us!
Leader: Sharon Andrews
The miniature horse club was founded in 2008. We currently have 14 members ranging in age from 10-17.
We have 2 miniature horses at Sunnyrock. Perfect, a 9 year old, 35"gelding and Jack, a 3 yr old 36" gelding. We use both horses for pony rides, birthday parties and in the summer members will compete with them at local shows.
Members are responsible for feeding, grooming and exercising both horses on their assigned day to help out.
We accept new members over the age of 9. Previous horse experience is not nessecary to join. Club meetings will happen usually once a month. They are generally geared towards learning about different horse topics in order to prepare for the hippology and horse bowl tests each January . We also attend clinics, shows and seminars whenever we can.
Leader: Maria Cataldo
Unfortunately the 4-H Club cannot take in unwanted rabbits. If you have an unwanted rabbit, please contact an animal shelter in your area.
The Sunny Rock 4-H Club currently has about 25 members, ranging in age from 8 to 17. Members feed the rabbits on their assigned day of the week. Each rabbit gets 3/4 cup of grain, and large handful of hay for eating, and plenty of water. Rabbits are also given lots of attention and even go on walks on leashes!
The rabbit house is closed to the public but the rabbits can be viewed from the outside. You may only visit inside the rabbit house if a 4-H member is there and gives you permission.
We sell rabbits - if you are interested, please contact us through this web site.
Leaders: Joe Major
One of the largest clubs within Sunny Rock is the sheep club, consisting of almost 30 members. The club owns 10 Finnsheep, mostly ewes and one ram. In the spring time, many lambs are born to either help the herd grow, or are sold when they are old enough.
The Sheep club meets about once a month, and meetings discuss breeding, shearing, basic care of the sheep.