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- 2015-2016 School 4-H Clubs: As we near the peak of the summer season, Paulding County 4-H is already thinking about next school year! Check out your child's age group below to see when your child's club will meet:
- 5th Grade Clubs: 4-H meets in every 5th grade classroom in the Paulding County School District once a month during the school day as a part of the school curriculum. Club meetings will begin in August.
- 6th-8th Grade Club: 4-H meets once a month during NBI/Advisement/After Morning annoucements for 45 minutes. Permission Slips must be picked up at the school front office and returned to the school front office by Friday August 21st. Meetings begin in September.
- 9th-12th Grade Club: 4-H meetings are held the first Wednesday of every month from 4:30pm-6:00pm at the Extension Office with the exception of our kick off meeting on Wednesday August 19th from 4:30pm-6:00pm.
- Homeschool 4-H Club: 4-H meetings for grades 4th-8th will be held once a month on Mondays from 10:00am-11:15am at the St. Vincent DePaul's Catholic Church Education Center. Meetings will begin in September. For more information on the Homeschool 4-H Club, please contact 4-H AmeriCorps Community Service Specialist Chantal Senra at email@example.com
- 2014-2015 Archery Team Information Sheet
- Shotgun Team 2015 Practice Schedule
- For more information on our Air Pistol or BB team please contact the Paulding County Extension Office at 770-443-7616.
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.