Brush Creek 4-H Club

The Brush Creek 4-H Club is a community club that offers members between the ages of 6 -18 project leadership in several activities.

Members are ages 6-18 and come from different areas including Hempfield, Norwin, Yough, Penn Trafford, and Irwin.

Monthly Club Organizational Meetings are at 3:00 p.m. on the third Sunday of each month, January through October, at the Suburban Community Church, Arona Road, Irwin. Project meetings may be held more often or seasonally. Select the project area that interests you to find out more information.

Our club does community service activities along with Sportsmens Day at Keystone Park.

Project Areas
Shooting Sports:
Learn gun safety and how to shoot? We will teach you how to handle a firearm safely and become an accurate shooter. We have both 22 caliber, air rifle and air pistol projects, shotgun and archery. Practices are held at the Trafford Sportsman's Club Thursday's from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
A wonderful small animal project where youth learn how to care for, show and breed rabbits. We also take our rabbits to many of our community service projects.
Learn how to build your own rocket
Teen Leadership:
Members are encouraged at all ages to take an active part in the leadership of the club. Become an elected officer of the club or chair a special committee. Youth, ages 13 and older, may become teen leaders and mentors for younger club members.
How to contact us:

For more information about the Brush Creek 4-H Club contact:Kevin & Sandra Keller, Organizational Leaders 724-523-2810. Email: