Shown at last year’s camps are: Briana Salazar, Reese Day, Christian Pace, Justin Murillo, LaShae Bratcher, Cole Dutton and Rafael Hernandez
Whitfield County 4-H invites students from fourth through sixth grade to catch the camp fever June 17-21 and spend a week at Georgia’s largest 4-H camp: Rock Eagle 4-H Center.
"Environmental adventures and opportunities to make new friends await. Swimming, water sliding, putt-putt golfing, hiking, camp songs, tribal shield competitions, canoeing, crafts and tribal games make for a fun-filled week from beginning to end," officials said. "The fun times at 4-H Camp are unlimited, but spaces are limited."
Camp scholarships are made possible by the United Way of Northwest Georgia and a grant from the Community Foundation of Northwest Georgia. Contact the Whitfield County 4-H office at 706-278-8207 to register for the summer program.
"Call and sign up your student for one of the most memorable weeks of their life," officials said.