4-H Youth Development
Welcome to Henry County 4-H
The Henry County 4-H program is a youth development program dedicated to providing youth (4th-12th grade) opportunities to learn leadership, citizenship, and life skills. We work as an extension of The College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences at the University of Georgia.
We offer a variety of different opportunities for youth in Henry County from community service activities, opportunities for leadership development, competitive events, club meetings, and so much more!
Disclaimer: The 4-H Activities performed virtually may be shared by trained staff, volunteers, and/or 4-H'ers. Information may be the opinion of the 4-H'ers sharing and may or amy not be accurate or vetted by Extension Staff. Youth under 18 should have permission from parents/guardians to participate in any of the virtually shared activities. By viewing, you understand that minors in your household participating in these videos are under your responsibility and safekeeping.
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Henry County 4-H Event Calendar
The Henry County 4-H Club is a 501(c)(3) organization. All donations made to the Henry County 4-H Club are tax deductible according to IRS standards. Your monetary or product contribution can be designated to support a specific purpose that is important to you, or left unrestricted to be used where the need is greatest.
Henry County 4-H is proud to offer a large variety of youth clubs, elementary and middle school science- based programs, camp, summer activities and educational opportunities both local and international that benefit youth throughout their lives.
If you would like to donate to our club, please fill out and return our donation form.
National 4-H Winners Ben Hill County 4-H team swept the competition, earning the national championship in the Consumer Decision Making Contest at the Western National Roundup in Denver, Colorado.
Rock Eagle Improvements Georgia 4-H, part of UGA Extension, will use this critical funding to make improvements to the largest 4-H facility in Georgia.
Winners and Master 4-H'ers The contest includes judging four classes with situations that implore participants to rank choices based on the need of a hypothetical consumer.