What is 4-H?:
The Georgia 4-H program is part of the educational outreach of the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. 4-H is the largest youth organization in the world. Today, 4-H is urban and suburban as well as rural. The program teaches life skills such as public speaking. Although proud of its beginnings as corn and tomato clubs, 4-H has evolved over the years to teach about computers, recycling, photography, dog care, teamwork and many other topics relative to Rockdale County's youth.
Any youth aged 9 through 19 may join 4-H.
Where do 4-H'ers meet?:
Regular meetings are as follows:
- 5th graders meet once a month during school hours in their classroom.
- 6-8th graders meet once a month after school at their school.
- 9-12th graders meet once a month either at the 4-H office or at a local restaurant.
- Home School 4-H grades 4-6 meet the first Tuesday of every month, from 3:30 - 4:30, call for more information.
- Lakeview Estates 4-H group meets during the summer.
- Horse Club meets the second Tuesday of each moth at 7:00 p.m.