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Athens-Clarke County Extension Office:
4-H Youth Development

Six Flags and 4-H Partnership

Six Flags over Georgia and Georgia 4-H have a long standing relatio6 flags logonship that not only includes sponsorship of 4-H activities and events but also discounted tickets. Now Six Flags has made that even more convenient by providing a partner log-in to their web site where you can buy tickets with substantial savings off the main gate price. This 2014 online benefit program offers not only substantial savings, but allows you to "print and go" so you have your ticket in hand when you get to the park with no waiting in line to purchase tickets.

To access this discounted price, you may go to or click the link below, then log into the site with the user name and password provided. (Password is numeric and case sensitive)

Special Ticket Link:

Username: ClarkeOG

Password: SixFlags10


Welcome to the website for Athens-Clarke County 4-H.  Everything you want and need to know about activities, current events, important dates, forms, and contact information can be found here.  Athens-Clarke County 4-H consists of more than 1500 4-H'ers within the county and is led by the 4-H Agent and 2 Program Assistants. 

Information concerning the Athens-Clarke County 4-H Club for the school year 2013-2014 is also available for printout by following the link below:

2013-2014 Athens-Clarke County 4-H Parent & Student Handbook

So what is 4-H you ask...?

4-H creates a world in which youth and adults learn, grow, and work together as catalysts for positive change! The mission of Georgia 4-H is to assist youth in acquiring knowledge, developing life skills, and forming attitudes that will enable them to become self-directing, productive and contributing members of society. This mission is accomplished, through "hands on" learning experiences, focused on agricultural and environmental issues, agriculture awareness, leadership, communication skills, foods and nutrition, health, energy conservation, and citizenship.

Who can join 4-H and how can I join?

Any youth ages 9-19 are eligible to join 4-H. All students in the 5th grade will join 4-H at the beginning of each school year. Youth in the 6th - 12th grades will also be given the opportunity to join 4-H during the first club day of each year. Any other eligible youth may contact the Athens-Clarke County 4-H Office to receive enrollment information. Click here for information about meeting schedules.

4-H Events

Scroll below the table to find information regarding the following events:

Event Date Time Location/Information
Senior 4-H Meeting (for high school students)



6:30 PM

Contact Ms. Conway for additional information,

Forestry Judging workshops begins Tuesday, May 27th register by May 23 4-H office, Contact Ms. Felton for additional information
Wilderness Challenge Camp July 14-18   Wahsega 4-H Center
4-H State Congress July 22-25   Atlanta, GA
4-H Chopped July 29 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

4-H office

information flyer

4-H Watermelon Growing Contest July 30 by 5 pm get your watermelon weighed before 5 pm to be entered in the state contest.
NE District Forestry Field Day September 11   Wahsega 4-H Center


4-H Activities

Other Information


For more information about Clarke County 4-H Youth Development Programs, contact Elizabeth Conway at or call (706) 613-3640 or by using Ask an Expert at this link.

Visit the Georgia 4-H website at

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