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Service Organizations


With everything from 4-H to Young Marines available, choosing can be hard to do.  Contact your local service organization office to help you decide which would be a good fit for your child.

For more information please click on the links available.





4-H is a fun, educational program for young people, ages 5-18. Joining a 4-H club is a great way to have fun, learn new things and meet people. Clubs meet in schools, community centers or at a 4-H volunteer's home. No membership fees are required, although some project materials and activities may have a cost. 

The best way to determine what's right for you is to contact the 4-H office or your local County Cooperative Extension office.

CONTACT: North Brevard 4-H at 264-5289 or South Brevard 4-H at 952-4536


Beta Club


The National Beta Club promotes character, develops leadership skills, encourages service involvement, recognizes achievement, and provides technological advantages to students in grades 5 - 12.  Beta Clubs are student led organizations.

The Brevard HEAT offers a Beta Club that meets the first Monday of each month at Grant Street Community Center.  


CONTACT: Michelle Clough at 759-7732


Sea Cadets

The Sea Cadets have come to Melbourne!!  The David McCampbell Battalion, Naval Sea Cadets Corps, and Training Ship Lassen, Navy League Cadets Corps, are now accepting new members. 

Boys and girls ages 11 to 17 are welcome to join for challenge, adventure, leadership, friendship, and fun!   Sea Cadets allows young people to explore many exciting areas such as ships, airplanes, medicine, law, law enforcement, firefighting, music, culinary arts, and much more! 

CONTACT:  Martha Robinson at or 951-9966


Young Marines

Young Marines is a youth program for boys and girls ages 8-18,  that focuses on character building, leadership, and the values of honor, courage, and commitment.  Activities include physical fitness, close order drill, community service, camping, archery, marksmanship, amateur radio, aviation, and much more.

This is NOT a program that leads to enlistment, but rather is a program that builds future leaders for our country. It is intended to develop WELL ROUNDED, AMERICAN CITIZENS in a fun and meaningful way.