4-H Youth Development
Support Harris County 4-H
How is Harris County 4-H funded?
Harris County 4-H is possible through contributions from businesses, organizations, individuals and fundraising events. We are a 501(c)(3) organization. Interested in sponsoring 4-H or helping with an event? Contact Adrianne Cox at (706) 628-4824 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our 4-H activities are helped made possible by donors like you. You can make a donation to Harris County 4-H to help pay for camp, DPA, and other activities. If you have any questions, please contact our office at (706) 628-4824.
4-H is the youth development program of the University of Georgia and the county combined.
We want your child to learn the skills to do their best.
That is what 4-H is about,
“TO MAKE THE BEST BETTER” and “LEARN BY DOING”.
Adrianne Cox4-H Youth 4-H Agent
Ashley Curry4-H Youth 4-H Program Assistant
Carol Love4-H Youth 4-H Program Assistant
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For more information about Harris County 4-H Youth Development Programs, contact Adrianne Cox at email@example.com or call (706) 628-4824.
Who Can Join 4-H?
Any youth residing in or attending school in Georgia in 4th - 12th grades may enroll in Georgia 4-H. In Harris County, all students in the 5th & 6th grades at Creekside School meet once a month in the classrooms for Cloverleaf Club meetings. At Harris County Carver Middle School and Harris County High School, the students have an option at the beginning of each school year to join the 4-H Club. They meet once a month during club day at the school. Call for more information at (706) 628-4824. For more eligibility details read the brochure.
All 4-H'ers must fill out the below forms for all 4-H activities.
Virtual Electronic Consent-Minor
Virtual Participation Agreement Waiver