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Forms and Flyers

Flyers for Upcoming Events

Check out our flyers!  Be sure to check for payment deadlines.  Unless otherwise noted, all activities are available for all Pulaski County 4-H'ers in 4th through 12th grades.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Georgia 4-H and Pulaski 4-H are currently cancelling or postponing all in-person activities and events scheduled for the month of April. Events past April will be updated as soon as we have further instructions. The safety and well-being of our 4-H'ers, staff, and community is top priority. We look forward to many exciting 4-H events in the future!

During this time, Pulaski 4-H is offering many great resources and activities for 4-H'ers and families on our social media platforms. Friend us on Facebook at Pulaski Fourh and follow us on Instagram @pulaskifourh for regular updates!

Pulaski County 4-H Social Media Resources

  • Healthy Living Resources & Activities
    • Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday
  • R.E.A.L. STEM Education & Activities
    • Every Tuesday &  Thursday            
  • W.I.L.D. Wednesdays (Willingly Initiates Learning Differently)
    • Every Wednesday 
          

Pulaski County Events

  • Check back for many exciting future summer activities when county operations return to normal! 

District and State Events

  • Senior Conference (9th through 12th Graders) - Cancelled 
  • Clover Jam (5th through 7th Graders) - Cancelled
  • State 4-H Council (rising 9th graders through those who have just graduated high school) - June 26-28, 2020
  • Junior Conference (6th through 8th Graders) - November 6-8, 2020
  • Fall Forum (9th through 12th Graders) - December 12-13, 2020

Summer Camp

  • Cloverleaf Camp (Grades 4-6)
  • Junior Camp (Grades 7-8)
  • Specialty Camps 
  • Senior Camp (Grades 9-12)
  • Senior Extreme Camp

All activities require a Code of Conduct, Medical Information & Release Form. and Medication Form (if applicable), found below.

Applications & Forms

In Georgia 4-H, there are three main forms that we must fill out for 4-H activities and events:

The Code of Conduct should be read & signed by both the parent and the 4-H'er to ensure that all rules and regulations governing the 4-H event or activity are understood.

4-H personnel may not administer over the counter medication to 4-H'ers without parental consent.

Wilderness Challenge Camp forms:

Other camp forms:

  • Cloverleaf Camp Packing List
  • Junior Camp Parent Information Packet 

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