UGA Extension Office

4-H Youth Development

Welcome to Long County 4-H! The 4-H Office hours are Monday - Friday, 8am -12pm and 1pm - 5pm. Call (912) 545-9549 or stop by for information about our program and related activities. You can also scroll through our page to view our upcoming events, meetings, contests, resources and educational experiences Long County 4-H'ers can be a part of! However, the best way to stay up to date on everything going on is liking our Facebook page or following us on Instagram.


Our Flowpage will also have many resources posted and new updates!


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Required 4-H Forms

Both forms are to be filled out for any event that your 4-H'er participates in. Check your email (& spam/junk) for the electronic COC which is good for a whole school year. Medical Forms are also good for 1 year unless changes need to be made.

Remind App:

Parents can sign up for Remind to receive announcements and reminders about upcoming events with our 4-H'er's!!
 
Cloverbuds (K-3rd Grade): text @k3gcbclc to the number 81010
Cloverleafs (4th-6th Grade): text @456gcllc to the number 81010
Jr/Sr 4-H Club (7th-12th Grade): text @jrsr4hlc to the number 81010

 


From Our Blog
  • Long County 4-H’ers gain hands-on agricultural engineering experience at “Mission Make-It” event Long County 4-H’ers gain hands-on agricultural engineering experience at “Mission Make-It” event Posted by on Sep 7, 2022 Six middle school 4-H’ers from Long County experienced “Mission Make-It” at Rock Eagle 4-H Center on August 20th. This immersive learning experience focused on agricultural engineering with a 2022 theme of “Rooted in Agriculture.” Students learned about the engineering design process and then built functional wheelbarrows and windmills from the...
  • 4-H Presents Certificate to County Commissioners 4-H Presents Certificate to County Commissioners Posted by on Aug 9, 2022 The Long County Board of Commissioners received a certificate presented by the 4-H program during their August business meeting. Ms. Shelby and 9th grade 4-H’er, Alyssa Lindbom, were able to speak on behalf of the 4-H program to thank the commissioners for their support and budget approval to purchase a...
  • 4-H Teens Show Adults How to Improve their Digital Skills through Technology Education 4-H Teens Show Adults How to Improve their Digital Skills through Technology Education Posted by on Mar 3, 2022 By: Shelby Mumma, 4-H Educator The lack of digital skills is contributing to a growing opportunity gap in areas like education, employment, healthcare, social fulfillment and entrepreneurship, with rural communities and communities of color being most affected. Long and Liberty Co. 4-H are teaming up to create a Tech Changemakers...

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