We would love to see more activities for kids of all ages. We are grateful for all the people who put in the time and effort to provide youth activities in our community. If you know of an organization that is not listed, please let us know their contact information. If there is an organization you want to be involved in that doesn’t exist, perhaps there are others like you who would be interested in joining you in getting something started.
Elkins Area Youth Activities
Troop 460 is chartered by the Elkins Community Church, located at 150 Church Street, Elkins, Arkansas. We meet year round on Monday nights, from 7:00 to 8:30 PM.
The mission of Troop 460 is to prepare young men ages 11-17 to make ethical and moral choices, throughout their lifetimes. We accomplish this mission by instilling the values of the Scout Oath and Scout Law and ingraining in each Scout a firm foundation of basic Scout skills and servant leadership. We believe the best place to teach these skills is outdoors. Our Scouts learn through activities such as Camping, Cooking, Canoeing, Kayaking, Climbing, First Aid, Physical Fitness, Fishing, Orienteering, Swimming, Hiking, Backpacking, Wilderness Survival, and many others
Elkins 4H is part of the Washington County 4H system. We are a small club, just starting to come back together after having to stop meeting due to COVID. We have kids with many interests, both in raising and showing animals and in many other areas of agriculture and community service. 4H is all about ‘Learning by Doing’ and ‘Making the Best Better’ through a variety of hands on projects, competitions and service projects.
You can find out more about all that 4H has to offer at 4h.uada.edu. Due to USDA regulations, we are still required to keep our in-person meetings to 20 people or less, so we have to require RSVPs to our club meetings, but we are looking forward to having open meetings again in the near future.
Elkins Cub Scout Pack 460 is for Kindergarten-5th grade.
Come join the fun and learn about scouting!
We are a community-based organization for students who are interested in computers and electronics. Our members range in age from early elementaryage (Tinker Squad) to high school students (EREC). Our expert mentor team includes University of Arkansas faculty and industry-based leaders who will guide students in developing a year-long real world project. We will be working on a weather-station for the Elkins Public Library.
We usually meet on Wednesday evenings from 4:30 to 5:30 at the Elkins Public Library.
FBCE wants to empower young people to live as disciples of Jesus Christ in our world today. Fellowship with the youth helps young people learn what it means to follow Jesus Christ and to live as his disciples today, empowering them to serve others and to work toward a world built on the visions and values of God. Join our Youth In Action Grades 7th-12th each Wednesday 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the FBCE Annex next to the main building.