4-H Youth Development
Jackson County 4-H has over 1200 students enrolled into our program. Students learn life skills, form attitudes that will enable them to become productive and contributing members of society. This mission is accomplished through hands on learning experiences, focused on agricultural and environmental issues, agriculture awareness, leadership, communications kills, foods and nutrition, heath, energy conservation and citizenship.
Exploring and discovering, encouraging and challenging that is what Georgia 4-H is about. As a program of the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, 4-H combines federal, state and local expertise and resources.
- Jackson County 4-H Frequently Asked Questions
- 4-H Enrollment Card
- Medical Information & Release - new updated version coming soon.
- Code of Conduct - new updated version coming soon.
- Georgia 4-H
- Volunteer for Jackson County, please complete the Screening Application and the Consent for background check and return to our office
Please go to the following links to make nominations for:
Jackson County 4-H Club 2016-2017
County Council Officer Election
New officers are as follows.
President - Shelby Crane
Vice President - Sandy Gaskins
Secretary - Alex Wirthman
Reporter - Cassie Knight
Middle School President - Jaden Knight
Middle School Vice President - Emily Edwards
Summer Fun Day Camp
July 10-14, 2017 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
4th-6th grade, only 30 spots available
Cost $75.00, includes meals, shirt, supplies and field trip. For students age 9-12 years old.
Sign up online or call our office at 706-367-6344
Spring Foliage Festival
The Spring Foliage Festival was a great success in Jefferson, GA this past weekend. Jackson County 4-Hers met Walter Reeves.
Jackson County Livestock Judging Team
Our students competed at the UGA Livestock Arena in Athens, GA. We had a top 10 high individual and 3rd overall in beef. These students are part of the Jackson County Livestock Club.