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Glynn County:
4-H Youth Development

Welcome to Glynn County 4-H!


Is laughing and having fun important to you? Do you like spending time with friends? Are you interested in trying new things? Do you like making your community a better place? Do you like to travel? Do you like archery, horses, technology, environmental science, marine science, photography, computers, art, sewing, landscaping, performing arts, singing, dancing, playing an instrument?

If you answered "Yes" to any of the above questions, then Glynn County 4-H is for you! For more information, read on!

Upcoming Events

Clover Kids January Meeting

DPA Workshops


Join us on Facebook!

FacebookTo keep up with the latest events and happenings with our 4-H program, join our members only Facebook group.




These forms are required for all 4-H events and activities.



Cloverleaf Club Guide 2015-2016

Held at each elementary school.

Day School Time
1st Monday Sterling Elementary 8:15-9:45
1st Monday Golden Isles Elementary 11:3011:30
1st Tuesday CB Greer Elementary 8:05-9:45
1st Wednesday Altama Elementary 9:00-11:00
1st Wednesday Glyndale Elementary 12:20-2:20
1st Thursday St. Simons Elementary 8:20-10:20
1st Thursday Satilla Marsh Elementary 12:20-2:20
2nd Monday Oglethorpe Point Elementary 8:30-10:30
2nd Tuesday Burroughs-Molette Elementary (Murphy) 10:30-11:20
2nd Wednesday Goodyear Elementary 9:30-11:30
2nd Thursday Burroughs-Molette Elementary (Dudley/Francisco) 9:45-10:45


Middle School Club Guide 2015-2016

Held at each middle school.

Day School Time
3rd Monday Glynn Middle 3:45-4:45
3rd Thursday Jane Macon Middle 3:45-4:45
4th Monday Needwood Middle 3:45-4:45
4th Tuesday Risley Middle 3:45-4:45


Horse Club Guide 2015-2016

Held at the Ballard Complex at 325 Old Jesup Road.

Day Time
2nd and 4th Tuesday 6:30 P.M.



Cloverleaf 4-H is for students in the 4th-6th grades.

Junior 4-H is for students in the 7th-8th grades.

Senior 4-H is for students in the 9th-12th grades.


Summer Camp

For more information on summer camps, visit the Georgia 4-H Summer Camp page.


Project Achievement

Cloverleaf District Project Achievement
This event can be a life-changing experience for Georgia 4-H'ers. As a public speaking/performance competition, 4-H'ers are able to develop a project and present it to judges. Preview the information below or contact our office for more information.

Junior & Senior Project Achievement, Rock Eagle (district competition)


About 4-H

What Is 4-H?

Georgia 4-H, a partner in public education, is youth and adults learning, growing and working together to experience and accomplish the extraordinary.

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 stands for springtime, life, and youth
WHITE stands for purity

Who Is Eligible?

Any youth ages 9-19
Cloverleafs: 5th-6th grade
Juniors: 7th-8th grade
Seniors: 9th-12th grade
Collegiate 4-H'ers: college age

Does It Cost Anything To Join?

4-H membership is free; however, some optional activities may charge a fee.

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Be a VolunteerIf you would like to volunteer your time with our 4-H Youth Development programs, we would love to have you join us! Visit the Georgia 4-H Volunteer Information website to learn how you can help or call the office.

Contact Us

For more information about Glynn County 4-H Programs, contact our staff at (912) 554-7577.

Visit the Georgia 4-H website.


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