What is 4-H?
A club in which youth and adults learn, grow, and work together as catalysts for positive change! Georgia 4-H, a partner in public education, is youth and adults learning, growing, and working together to experience and accomplish the extraordinary.
How Do I Join 4-H?
In Bartow County, all youth between the age of 9 and 19 may be 4-H members, regardless of race, color, national origin, sex or disability. 4-H has Club Meetings in every Elementary and Middle School in Bartow County. Our High School 4-H'ers meet monthly at our 4-H office. We even have a “Home School Club”. There are no membership fees! (There may be a minimal cost for some activities.)
In order to become a 4-H member, all you need to do is fill out an enrollment card that is given out in the School Club meetings.
- Cloverleaf 4-H'ers: 5th and 6th grade
- Junior 4-H'ers: 7th and 8th grade
- Senior 4-H'ers: 9-12th grade
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- 4-H & Youth (BARTOW4H-L)
In the News:
4-H Today; Leaders tomorrow October 2013
By Thomas Gilbert
Vince Lombardi believed that players could be molded into leaders, and so does the 4-H youth organization. They back this philosophy by initiating leadership programs on the local club, district, state, and national levels. In celebration of National 4-H week, I would like to encourage middle and high school students to get involved with 4-H. I am so grateful that I have been involved in this dynamic youth development organization today that is helping me be a leader tomorrow!
National 4-H Week: I am Georgia 4-H October 2013
National 4-H Week 2013 is Oct. 6-12. Young people in Bartow County know that they are Georgia 4-H and they are so excited for an opportunity to celebrate during National 4-H week next week. This year, local 4-H’ers participated in and received awards for project work, judging events, SAFE programs, river cleanups, collection of over 100 pounds of pop-tops for the Ronald McDonald house and more. Bartow County 4-H’ers are proud to help the community, but they also need help from the community. They need support through funding, volunteers and guidance in their project areas.
Fall 2013 Bartow County TSC 4-H Paper Clover Sales October 2013
The Bartow County Tractor Supply Company (TSC) store, managed by Brian Sievers, will be striving to meet and exceed 2013 store goals during the national Paper Clover promotion beginning next week, October 9-20. The 4-H/TSC Paper Clover Campaign is a nationwide, in-store fundraiser that benefits 4-H programming in the communities where a TSC store is located.
Bartow County 4-H excels at Forestry Judging Field Day September 2013 Bartow County 4-H’ers celebrated victory in district competition at the Forestry Field Day held Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013 at Wahsega 4-H Center in Dahlonega. The Junior Team, comprised of Sierra Fritz, Gabby Fritz, Josh Drexler, Benjamin Craven, Anna Hughes, Nicolas Vargas, Bibiane Vargas, Lydia Dick, Nadia Dick, Audrey Barker, Cody Isbell, Nora Martin and Addie Evans, was thrilled with a third place finish over all. Individually, Sierra Fritz placed third overall out of 102 Junior competitors. The Senior Team, including Kaitlyn Drexler, Lindsey Craven and Leah Martin placed fifth overall. Drexler’s individual score placed her 4th overall out of the 50 senior 4-H ‘ers in competition at Wahsega 4-H Center.
Bartow County 4-H’ers compete at 71st Annual State Council in Atlanta
Top-notch 4-H’ers from Bartow County and across Georgia descended on the state capital for four days in July to recognize individual and team success in the 2013 4-H competition year. The 4-H’ers from Bartow who traveled to State Congress for winning at District Project Achievement this year were: Daniel Craven (second place finish, Performing Arts), Noah DeBroux (fifth place finish, Sports), Danielle Drexler (first place finish, Target Sports), Kaitlyn Drexler (second place finish, General Recreation), Thomas Gilbert (first place finish, Performing Arts), Ezra Hall (fourth place finish, History), Brittany Nally (fifth place finish, Dairy Foods), Cati Williams (fifth place finish, Festice Foods for Health) and Gber Garrett Myrick (High Individual in the Telescopic Class as a Special Events Winner).
Bartow County 4-H Leadership Day February 2013
Bartow County 4-H: Leading the way at Senior Fall Forum and Junior Conference November 2012 and December 2012
Bartow County 4-H Awards Banquet August 2012
Bartow County 4-H S.A.F.E. Team hits the mark
with top honors in national competition July 2012
- Forestry Judging Team
- Cotton Boll and Consumer Judging
- Livestock Judging
- Horse Judging
- S.A.F.E. (Shooting Awareness Fun and Education) Teams
For more information on the Bartow County 4-H Program contact Allison Perkins at the County Extension Office (770) 387-5142 or email@example.com.