4-H Club

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Click here to learn more about the 4-H program from the

Dawson County Extension Office.

4-H assists young people to acquire knowledge, develop life skills, and form attitudes that will enable them to become self-directing, productive and contributing members of society through “hands-on” learning experiences.

4-H is part of the University of Georgia’s Cooperative Extension in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. 4-H is:
4-H In-School Club Meetings
Community Pride Programs
County Day Camps
Summer Educational Programs

4-H is independent learning experiences using writing, interviewing and public speaking skills through 4-H demonstrations and illustrated talks. 4-H is camping to further mental, social, physical, and emotional skills toward a more positive self-image; good citizenship and leadership. 4-H is judging evaluation and comparison opportunities through several judging contests such as:
Consumer Judging
Foresty Judging
Poultry Judging

4-H is leadership opportunities designed to encourage youth to develop the leadership skills of planning, organization, group discussion process, and decision making.

4-H is fun at such 4-H days as:
Braves Game
Six Flags
UGA Football Game
UGA Basketball Game


4-H Pledge

I pledge: My head to clearer thinking, My heart to greater loyalty, My hands to larger service, My health to better living, For my club, my community, my country and my world.

4-H Contacts

For more information about Dawson County 4-H

Youth Development Programs,

contact Ian Cowie at icowie@uga.edu

or Jennifer Messer at jenn4h@uga.edu < mailto:iteach4h@dawsoncounty.org >

or call (706) 265-2442.

Club Sponsors

Ian Cowie

icowie@uga.edu

Jennifer Messer

jenn4h@uga.edu


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