Clubs and Activities
Membership Guidelines for Students
Rockdale County 4-H Program serves youth in kindergarten through 12th grade. Any person, regardless of race, color, national origin, gender, or disability may enroll as a 4-H member.
Persons considered to be mentally challenged may participate fully in the 4-H program regardless of age with special permission originating with their county agent and being approved by the State 4-H leader.
4-H typically does not charge dues or require uniforms. However, there may be fees associated with certain events and programs.
4-H Clubs and Activities - Youth between 9-18 years of age.
Cloverbuds : Youth between 5-9 years of age. Note: youth must be five years of age on or before January 1 of the current year.
Adult Volunteer leaders are welcome and needed in all county programs. A registration form and certification process is available in all county extension offices.
4-H Nights: 2023 dates: January 26, February 28, March 18, April 18, May 18
Cloverbud 4-H Council: Kindergarten - 3rd grade students
Cloverleaf 4-H Council: 4th - 6th grade students
Junior 4-H Council: 7th-8th grade students
Senior 4-H Council: 9th-12th grade students
County Project Achievement - 4-H Project Achievement is a cornerstone in the Georgia 4-H Program. From the first Boys' Corn Club sharing their crop to today's presentations and portfolios on hundreds of topics, Project Achievement serves to showcase 4-H'ers work and success.
Resources for Parents
Cotton Boll and Consumer Judging is a competitive judging contest where 4-H’ers learn about cotton as an agriculture commodity in our state as well as to promote cotton through commercials or advertisements. 4-H’ers gain skills in making rational decisions when purchasing goods and services while maximizing resources.
Poultry judging is an evaluation event in which students learn and understand standards used in poultry and egg production and marketing, and to apply the standards in a realistic decision-making situation.
Forestry Judging Forestry Field Day (FFD) is a competitive Judging Contest where 4-H'ers learn about one of Georgia's most valuable resources. Participants learn to identify trees, insects and diseases. They also participate in compass and pacing activities and learn how to complete saw timber volume estimations. FFD provides an opportunity for youth to gain a better appreciation for our local forest resources and how they contribute to our economy and quality of life.