- Cloverleaf Newsletter
- Junior Clover Newsletter
- Senior Clover Newsletter
- Home School Clover Newsletter
- Portfolio Workshop: Any 7th-12th grade student interested in competing in the District Project Achievement competition March 13-15, 2015 at Rock Eagle 4-H Center must complete a portfolio. The November workshop will be held on Wednesday November 19th from 4:30-6:00pm at the Extension Office. Call the office at 770-443-7616 to rsvp.
- Cloverleaf Project Achievement Practices: Calling all 5th and 6th grade 4-H'ers! Don't miss out on a great opportunity to showcase your public speaking skills at District Project Achievement in Douglas County Saturday February 7th. You must sign up for a project area and practice time to compete. See the Cloverleaf Project list here! Practices will be held on December 9, 10, or 11. Call the office to sign up for a project area and practice time today! Projects are filling up quickly!
- Archery Team: Registration for the 2014-2015 Archery team is now open! For more information see the information flyer below. Practices will start in January. Don't miss out! Call the office for more information
- Caroling at Creekside Pines: Any 6th-12th grade 4-H'er or Homeschool 4-H Club member that would like to join our club as we bring Holiday cheer to the residents of Creekside Pine Assisted Living Home on Thursday December 4th from 4:00-5:30 must call the office to rsvp by Tuesday December 2nd. Looking forward to a great event!
- Georgia 4-H Cyber Academy
- BB Team Sponsorship information
- 2014-2015 Archery Team Information Sheet
- Shotgun Team 2014 Practice Schedule
4-H has been serving youth for more than 100 years! Although it began as a Corn Club for boys and a Tomato Club for girls, 4-H now teaches a more diverse range of topics from leadership to communications to community service. 4-H Clubs can found around the world today!
In Paulding County, 4-H Clubs are found in 5th grade classrooms where students learn science lessons tied to the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards and public speaking skills, in middle schools, at the 4-H office (where once a month high school students from around the county meet) and even online!
You'll find 4-H'ers working on projects (we have more than 60 project areas!); serving as school, county district and state officers; doing community service; learning to become better speakers; serving as pages at the state capitol; swimming and dancing at summer camp; meeting friends from across the state and county at 4-H events; and much, much more!
- Cotton Boll and Consumer Judging
- Homeschool 4-H Club
- Forestry Judging
- Project Achievement
- Horse and Pony Club
- Life Smarts
- Poultry Judging
- Lego Robotics Club Meeting Dates (Registered members only)
- S.A.F.E. (Shooting Awareness Fun and Education) Teams
There are many ways you can support our local 4-H program.
- Join 4-H! If you are a student in grades 5-12, you are eligible. Contact our office to learn more about the opportunities that await you!
- Volunteer! If you are an adult and are interested in leading a project club, contact our office to apply to volunteer.
- Kroger Plus Card! Link your Kroger Plus Card to Paulding County 4-H. The steps are simple!Visit KrogerCommunityRewards.com, sign in to your online account or create an account, find and select Paulding County 4-H in the Community Rewards section, click Save and you're done!
- Donate! You can support the work of Paulding County 4-H in developing young people into productive citizens by sending a donation to:
Paulding County 4-H
530 West Memorial Drive
Dallas, Georgia 30132
- Code of Conduct Form
- Medical Information and Release Form
- 4-H Enrollment Card
- Volunteer Application
- Volunteer Risk Management Test (Screened Volunteers Only)
For more information about Paulding County 4-H Youth Development Programs, contact Brittani Kelley at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (770) 443-7616.
Visit the Georgia 4-H website at www.georgia4h.org.
Visit the National 4-H website at www.4-h.org.