4-H is an educational organization for youth that promotes citizenship, communication skills, service learning through community projects, and much more. 4-H begins in the 5th grade and continues through high school or until your 19th birthday is reached.
In-School Club Meetings
Club Meetings are a core part of the 4-H program throughout the state of Georgia. Programming for 4-H Club meetings is designed to corellate with age-appropriate state educational standards. We meet in the schools with 5th through 8th grade students. Senior (9th-12th grade) 4-H members and homeschool 4-H members meet on a monthly basis at the Jones County Extension Office. Below, you will find links to more information about each of these clubs, including a meeting agenda, schedules, monthly newsletters and special announcements for each club level.
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- Medical Release Form (Required for any activity or event other than in-school club meetings)
- Code of Conduct (Required for most activities and events other than in-school club meetings)
- 4-H Youth Transportation Form (If a young person is driving themselves to an event)
- President's Volunteer Service Award (Volunteer to make your community a better place)
- Military Mail (Print and mail holiday greetings to our troops abroad)
For more information about Jones County 4-H Youth Development Programs, contact Brennan Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (478) 986-3958.
Visit the Georgia 4-H website at www.georgia4h.org.