- 4-H Clubs
- County Council
- S.A.F.E. Teams - Modified Trap & Archery
- Volunteer Leaders
- Community Service
Call the office for more information
Perry Fair work day July 27-28 (all ages)
Newsletter (shows upcoming activities)
- May-July Calendar
- 4-H Enrollment Card (pdf)
A 4-H member must complete this card each year to be a Lowndes County 4-H member.
- 4-H Code of Conduct
A 4-H member needs to complete this form once during the enrollment year (August 1 - July 31).
- 4-H Medical Information and Release Form
All 4-H members must complete this form for every out of town 4-H event as well as some local 4-H events.
"To Make The Best Better"
My Head to clearer thinking,
My Heart to greater loyalty,
My Hands to larger service,
And my Health to better living,
For my club, my community, my country, and my world.
4-H Club Colors
GREEN which stands for springtime, life, and youth and
WHITE which stands for purity.
Who Is Eligible?
Lowndes County 4-H is open to all youth in grades 1 through 12. As long as the child lives and/or attends school in Lowndes County, he/she may join. Some 4-H activities are age restricted due to the level of activity and/or may require parental supervision.
When Are The 4-H Meetings?
5th grade 4-H members who enrolled in the Lowndes County School systems, or some private schools, have monthly in-school meetings. Monthly meetings for middle school 4-H members are on Club Days before school. High school members meet after school in the evenings. Visit our 4-H Clubs webpage to see if there is a meeting at your school! If not, be sure to join County Council - our county-wide club meeting for all youth and parents interested in Lowndes County 4-H!
Does It Cost Anything To Join?
4-H membership is free; however, some optional activities may charge a nominal fee.
Cloverleafs: 5th-6th grade 4-H'ers
Juniors: 7th-8th grade 4-H'ers
Seniors: 9th-12th grade 4-H'ers
Collegiate 4-H'ers: 4-H'ers who are in college
Extension Agent: University of Georgia faculty who specialize in Agriculture, Family and Consumer Sciences, or 4-H.
Program Assistant: University of Georgia staff who provides support to the Extension Agents and the 4-H program.
Volunteer Leaders: Parents and other adults who donate their time and talents to the 4-H program.
For more information about Lowndes County 4-H Youth Development Programs, contact at us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (229) 333-5185.
Visit the Georgia 4-H website.