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4-H Youth Development

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4-H Motto

"To Make The Best Better"

4-H Pledge

I pledge...
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. Click here 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.

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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.

Contact

For more information about Lowndes County 4-H Youth Development Programs, contact at us at uge4185@uga.edu or call (229) 333-5185.

Visit the Georgia 4-H website at www.georgia4h.org.Learn for Life

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