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4-H Youth Development

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Important Forms

Enrollment Card

Code of Conduct & Medical Release Form

Volunteer Interest Form

Newsletters

Clover Connection December 2017

County Council Newsletter Nov 2017

Click here for 2018 Summer Camp Info

2017 Camden County 4-H T-Shirt

Final order for 2017 has been placed.  We will start a new order in 2018.


What is 4-H?

4-H is an educational program focusing on the needs, interest and concerns of youth. Our aim is to help 4-H'ers gain a positive self-concept, develop social skills and decision-making abilities and learn subject knowledge needed for a productive life. 4-H facilitates a wide variety of events including special interest club meetings, summer camp, contests and events and Project Achievement a public speaking event.  4-H began as corn and tomato clubs, but has developed into the largest youth organization in the world.

How to Join

4-H is open to all youth aged nine to 19 with club meetings, activities and events. 4-H begins in school with  5th grade classes in Camden County School Systems. Membership in 4-H is free, some optional activities may have an associated fee.  

  • You can join 4-H by coming to a club meeting or any after school activity or event. 
  • Completing an enrollment card is required for joining 4-H.

Due to the national partnership with 4-H and the Navy, the staff at Kings Bay Navy Base Youth and Teen Center utilize 4-H curriculum to teach life skills to kindergarten through 12th graders. 

Click the link for Enroll Now, download the PDF, and submit this form in one of two ways:

Option 1: After you download and complete the form, save as a PDF and email as an attachment to ambersb@uga.edu  

Option 2: Print and return to the 4-H Staff

 

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