Clubs, Teams, and Activities
All 4-H meetings and activities will resume in accordance with the county and state declarations. Watch for upcoming announcements. We hope to see you soon!
6th - 8th grade students are encouraged to join the Hall County 4-H Junior Council. Junior Council meets once a month at the 4-H Office from August - April. Junior 4-H’ers are encouraged to participate in leadership training, community service events and compete in District Project Achievement. (Currently meeting virtually.)
9th - 12th grade club members are encouraged to join the Senior Council. Senior Council meets once a month at the 4-H Office from July - March. Seniors are encouraged to complete teen leader training and compete in District Project Achievement.
School Club Meetings
School club meetings are conducted from September through March for our 5th - 8th grade members where we provide new and unique programming which complements and enriches students learning and are designed to meet State education standards.
Our middle school curriculum focuses on S.T.E.M. topics with activities such as stomp-rockets, paper airplane design, creating the largest volume with one sheet of paper, and much more!
For more information about school club meetings contact us!
Cotton Boll and Consumer Judging Team - Grades 4-12
Join NOW! Virtual team practices will begin soon! Call or email to register.
Cotton Boll and Consumer Judging is a competitive judging contest where 4-H’ers learn about cotton as an agriculture commodity in our state as well as to promote cotton through commercials or advertisements. 4-H’ers gain skills in making rational decisions when purchasing goods and services while maximizing resources.
The contest is made up of two competition areas: judging classes and advertisements/commercials.
4-H’ers are required to judge four classes of consumer items or services. Each class contains four similar items and has an accompanying situation statement. This statement describes a consumer and gives the needs to be considered when he/she makes a decision to purchase the item. Factors influencing these needs may include the person’s age, gender, available money, lifestyles, school or job status, preferences or other requirements that depend on the item given and the individual in the situation.
This year, we will judge vending machine snacks, fitness center membership, pajama pants and smart watches. Hall County Extension is the host of an area contest scheduled for Tuesday, November 3.
If you’d like to learn more about this activity, please visit the website, Georgia 4-H programs.
Horse Club - Grades 4-12
Club members participate in monthly educational programs, fun activities, clinics and workshops. Members can compete in the Spring Horse Show, State 4-H Horse Show, public speaking and other educational events. (Meets September-March)
Please, do not bring horses to the meetings!
Holly Valley Equestrian Center 379 Cleveland Hwy, Clermont, 30527
Poultry Judging - Grades 4-12
A competition team where youth learn more about the chicken than they thought possible. Covering various topics regarding chicken anatomy, physiology, and their eggs; youth learn how to visually inspect and grade chickens and eggs. (Meets January-April)
Cooking Club - Grades 5-8
Regarded as the cooking school for 4-H'ers; Cooking Club teaches youth the basics of kitchen safety, food safety and cooking skills. Youth are challenged to prepare a wide variety of recipes during the course of this program. (Meets September-March)
S.A.F.E. Shooting Sports
Hall County 4-H has four S.A.F.E. Shooting Sports including:
- Traditional Archery Club (non-competitive) - Grades 5-12
- 5 Meter BB Rifle Team - Grades 4-9
- .22 Rimfire Team - Grades 9-12
- Air Rifle Team - Grades 8-12