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​​Homeschool 4-H Club - For Hall County homeschool youth; this club meets twice a month at Spout Springs Public Library.  Club members take part in a wide variety of programs.

For more information contact: Miss Jackie (770) 535-8291

Homeschool Meeting Schedule 2017-2018
 1-2pm at Spout Springs Library
** - dates are tentative

November 28** – Insect Lesson
Eamon McDaniel will share a lesson and hands activity

December – No Meeting

January 23** – Community Service Projects
Guest speaker, Back Pack Love, make Valentine’s Day cards for Meals on Wheels, and more

February 27** – Books N Butter
Learn about dairy farming in Georgia and watch a live demonstration on how butter is made

March 27** – Junk Drawer Activity
Mr. Jonathan will bring a STEM activity

April 24** – Surprise Guest

Homeschool Club

Special thanks to Ms. Julie and Ms. Kellie for their hard work and leadership in this program!

Hall County 4-H