UGA Cooperative Extension: Columbus Cooperative Extension

4-H Youth Development


What is 4-H?

4-H has been serving youth for more than 100 years! Although it began as a Corn Club for boys and a Tomato Club for girls, 4-H now teaches a more diverse range of topics from leadership to communications to community service. 4-H Clubs can found around the worldwide today!

In Columbus, 4-H Clubs are found in 4th and 5th grade classrooms, after school at middle schools, in after school programs, at Fort Benning youth centers, and at the 4-H office (where once a month middle and high school students meet).

You'll find 4-H'ers working on projects (we have more than 60 project areas!); serving as school, country district and state officers; doing community service; learning to be better speakers; serving as pages at the state capitol; swimming and dancing at summer camp; meeting friends from across the state and country at 4-H events; and much, much more!

4-H Upcoming Events

There are currently no events for 4-H. Please check back soon.

4-H Forms

4-H Code of Conduct
4-H Medical Release Form

4-H Links

State of Georgia 4-H Link    National 4-H Link

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