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United States Army
304 North Perimeter Road
Hunter Army Airfield, GA 31409
A wide range of programs are available for youth and teens, including youth sports and recreation programs, educational programs and programs that support leadership and career development. Please review the information to learn what programs and services are available at this installation.
The Youth Center provides monitored care for children 6-18 where they can interact with their peers. Youth sponsorship and youth sports programs are available. For more information call 912-315-5708.
Youth Sponsorship Program
If you would like your children to receive welcome letters from Hunter Army Airfield (HAAF) youth services, please write or call. We would like very much to help relieve some of the stress of relocation for your child.
The Youth Sponsorship Program links the incoming youth with an age appropriate youth living at HAAF, in order to make the transition here easier. They can communicate prior to arrival about schools, sports, recreational activities and what is available here at HAAF. A teen will have a better understanding of your problems and feelings about moving to a new community
There is a "Summer Youth Employment Program" here on the installation, but positions are limited. Please contact Army Community Services (ACS) at 912-315-6816 for more information on the Employment Assistance Program.
The Youth Center provides monitored care for children 6-18 where they can interact with their peers. The center offers television, video games, pool, air hockey, board games, crafts, cooking experiments, contests, dances, and trips.
The Youth Center offers time slots where only older children are allowed in the facility, in order to provide peer time. Some trips and dances are restricted to older children as well.
The Youth Sports Program supports several sports such as soccer, basketball, cheerleading, baseball (including t-ball and machine pitch) and football, provided there is enough participation.
Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts
Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts meet on base under the Youth Services umbrella and offer troops and camps for the teen crowd. The Girl Scouts provide older girl weekends where they can go skiing, white water rafting, and in their summer program they have a scuba camp to encourage older girl participation.
For more information, call Youth Services at 912-315-9781.