4-H Youth Development
4-H is one of the largest youth development programs in the United States. Georgia 4-H provides educational opportunities and life skill development experiences throughout the state. Georgia 4-H reaches over 182,000 young people each year.
In Rabun County, youth in grades 5-12 may enroll as members in a club and choose projects that interest them. These youth develop many workforce skills while working on their projects, including leadership, decision-making, record keeping, public speaking, and teamwork.
How to Join Rabun County 4-H
All youth, grades 5-12, residing in Rabun County may join 4-H. To find out more about the Rabun County 4-H program or to enroll as a 4-H member or volunteer leader, contact the Rabun County Extension Office. The phone number is (706) 782-3113.
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