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Clubs and Activities

Use these links to enroll in 4-H online and download your Code of Conduct and Medical Release Forms. These forms are needed to attend all 4-H events.

4-H online Enrollment

Enrollment Form

Code of Conduct

Medical Release Form

Get involved with Richmond County 4-H Clubs!

Richmond County 4-H offers County Council, Fishing Club, Horse Club, and Small Animals Club.

County Council

County Council is a 4-H opportunity for 6th-12th grade students who would like to participate in 4-H, but may or may not have 4-H in their school.
County Council normally meets the third Tuesday of each month, 5:00pm-6:30pm. Location to be announced. Contact 4-H Program Assistant, Pamela Crawford at for more information about County Council.

Current Newsletter


Fishing Club

Fishing Club is open to 4th-12th graders who are interested in fishing. No experience necessary. We will learn about different local species and some of the basic steps of fishing.
View our current newsletter for this month's Fishing Club information. Join the Remind group for updates by texting @4hfishi to 81010. Contact 4-H Program Assistant, Sandi Hockenberry at for more information about Fishing Club.


Horse Club

Horse Club is open to 5th-12th grade students who are interested in learning about horses. We will learn basic care and knowledge of horses, such as parts of a horse, grooming, tack and feeding. We will meet at the horse field, so it is suggested you wear boots or any closed toe shoes that you don't mind getting dirty.
View our current newsletter for this month's Horse Club information. Contact 4-H Program Assistant Winnie Garrett at for more information about Horse Club.
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Richmond County 4H Horse Club


Small Animals Club

Small Animals Club is open to 4th-12th grade students who are interested in learning about small animals, such as guinea pigs, rabbits, and hamsters. Members will learn basic care for a small pet. If you already have a rabbit, hamster, or guinea pig, you are welcome to bring your small friend to the meeting. If you do not have a small pet, that is okay! We will help connect you to the perfect pet.
View our current newsletter for this month's Small Animals Club details. Contact 4-H Program Assistant, Winnie Garrett at for more information about Small Animals Club.


Richmond County 4-H offers fun programs throughout the year. Join us when we gather for Skate Nights or to learn about fun activities, like cooking, tie-dye, sand art, insect parts, and much more! Enroll today to learn more about these fun programs.