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What is 4-H? - Today 4-H is the largest youth organization in the world.

4-H'ers participate in adventure trips, summer camps, UGA Football Games, judging teams, rallies, competitive events, special interest classes and events outside of school.

4-H helps community service and character. 4-H is exploring, discovering, encouraging, challenging and of course having lots of fun.

4-H Terminology

2016-2017 Enrollment Form (pdf)

Volunteer Application

Volunteer Guidelines

Who is in it? -
more than 170,000 Georgians are part of the six and a half million 4- H'ers in the United States. One out of every six Americans is a former 4-H'er.

Over 4,000 students in Clayton County, grades 5-12, are enrolled in 4-H clubs as part of the Clayton County School System.

How do I get Started? - Sign up today and you will be invited to the first 4 -H community club meeting.

Clayton County 4-H continues to "Make the Best Better" as we challenge 4-H'ers with "hands-on" learning. Our goal is to develop active, educated and interested citizens within our community. If you plan to attend college, 4-H is a great way to prepare. Call the 4-H Office at (770) 473-3946 for more information or e-mail Gwendolyn Williams, 4-H Coordinator, at

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Cooperative Extension Coordinator:

Kim Riley
1262 Government Circle
Jonesboro, GA 30236
Phone: (770) 473-3945
Fax: (770) 473-5438

For more information on 4-H, contact:
Gwendolyn Williams
Clayton County Extension Agent
Phone: (770) 473-3946