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Berks County 4-H Community Center
(Behind the Berks County Agricultural Center in Bern Township)
Mailing address: 1238 County Road, Leesport, PA 19533-9707

DIRECTIONS FROM THE NORTH:

Go south on Route 183 to Bern Church (11.6 miles). Bern Church is on the right side of Rt. 183, a short distance past the Blue Marsh Canteen, which is on the left side of Rt.183. Turn right, at the church onto Palisades Drive. Travel 1.9 miles and turn left onto County Road. Travel 1/2 mile and the Berks County Agricultural Center will be on the right (a short distance beyond Berks Heim County Nursing Home and the Berks County Prison).

The 4-H Center is behind the Agricultural Center. Go past the building and take the first dirt road on your right. The gravel road will take you back to the large building it will be on your right.


DIRECTIONS FROM THE SOUTH:
Take I-176 to Route 422 West (NOT Business Route 422).
Take Route 422 West (NOT Business Route 422) to Route 222 North (NOT Business Route 222) and travel to the Route 183 North exit (Reading Airport exit). At the end of the ramp, turn left onto Route 183 North.
Follow Route 183 North 0.8 miles to the traffic light at West Leesport Road. Turn left onto West Leesport Road.
Proceed 1/10 mile to the stop sign (right turn keep moving) and turn right onto County Road.
Travel 1.1 miles on County Road. Just past the entrance to the Reading Fairgrounds there will be a gravel road on your left with a green shamrock/clover sign. Turn left and take the gravel road back to the large building on your right.


A club class held at the 4-H Community Center.

Currently, our basic skills classes are held outdoors starting in April and June at the Liberty Fire Company grounds in Sinking Spring and are held indoors starting in September and January at the 4-H Community Center in Bern Township.

 

The Berks County Dog Training Club was founded in 1946 as a not-for-profit organization with the purpose of training you to train your dog. To this day we continue with that same purpose. Through the years we have grown to a membership of several hundred people. We are a very active group with many dedicated volunteers who would welcome the opportunity to "train you to train your dog."
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