Life skills that youth learn through 4-H stay with them throughout their lives and influence many of their decisions. That is our goal, to help today’s youth to learn skills that will enable them to become active and vital members of their community. By helping our youth in this way, not only is it our gift to them, but also to future generations.
4-H is open to public, private and home schooled youth
If you would like to volunteer, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page for more information.
Project Clubs in Spalding County
- County Club Meetings
- For project leaders - program sign in sheets
- CSI Club - Community Science Investigation
- Dog Club
- Edible Clovers
- Food Product Development
- Horse Club
- Quilt Club
- Project S.A.F.E. - BB/Air Rifle/Air Pistol/Rimfire Sporter/Smallbore
For more information about Spalding County 4-H Youth Development programs, contact Cherry Hovatter at firstname.lastname@example.org or (770) 467-4225.