4-H Youth Development
Clubs and Groups
Evergreen 4-H Club (Homeschool)
What is 4-H?
4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills.
How you can get involved
Walton County 4-H offers many opportunities for the Homeschool students. The Club is called the Evergreen 4-H Club. The Evergreen Club members have to meet the same rules as all the other Clubs. The age requirements are 9 to 19 years, 9 by January 1 of the years they wish to participate. The exception to this rule is, you may show animals starting at 6 years old.
Evergreen 4-H’ers are eligible to participate in all of the 4-H activities, such as, judging teams, project achievement, conferences, camp, etc.
You can join the Evergreen 4-H Club by coming to one of the meetings and filling out a membership card. There are no membership fees. The Club meets on the second Wednesday of the months, 2:00 to 3:00 PM at the Walton County Agricultural Center. The Club is directed by volunteers. Officers are elected from the 4-H membership and the officers run the meetings. Some of the programs for the past meetings: drug dog demonstrations by the police, gardening by the Extension Ag. Agent, holidays around the world and pet day. The Club picks the programs or activities for the monthly meetings.