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4-H Surfing Outdoor Stewardship (S.O.S.) Program
March 24-27, 2015
Partnering with Surfrider, Oregon State University staff & faculty offer a unique outdoor adventure filled with opportunities to learn new skills in and out of the water on the Wild Rivers Coast. This 4 day overnight camp provides beachfront dormitory accomodations for teens at teh regional, state & international levels to participate in hands-on activities, science inquiries, leadership development and of course surfing. Meals and gear will be provided.
Lobster Creek Camp
August 12-15, 2015
Curry County 4-H Youth Development program offers youth in 3rd-5th grade a 4 day residential camping experience each August. Located in Curry County's Lobster Creek Campground, 4-H summer camp provides youth the opportunity to explore the outdoors, learn new skills, make new friends, practice leadership skills and build memories to last a lifetime.
Campers have the opportunity to participate in activities including: expressive arts, outdoor survival, archery and pellet guns, snorkeling, swimming, hiking and much more!
Our camp is led by 4-H Youth Development Staff, trained volunteers and teen counselors.
Printed packets are available at the OSU Extension Office. All forms must be completed. If you have any questions, please contact us at (541) 247-6672.
Payment is due at the time of registration.
Help make camp possible for a child in the community who might not otherwise be able to attend. The Campership Fund allows local community members and businesses the opportunity to send a kid to camp.
A donation of $100 covers transportation, 4 days of meals and lodging, craft supplies, a t-shirt and medical insurance. Partial camperships are also available.
Your donation will last a lifetime through the memories and friends made at Lobster Creek Camp!
To donate, contact the OSU Extension Office at (541) 247-6672.
Camp Counselors - Counselor recruitment will begin in December 2014.
4-H Lobster Creek Camp offers leadership opportunities to 7th-12th grade students. As Counselors and Jr. Counselors, these teens provide one of the most important ingredients for a successfu 4-H camp. Teens gain skills and experience in being a role model, resolving conflict, managing time and resources, while providing a positive experience for campers.
Curry County 4-H requires counselors complete 30+ hours of leadership training including community volunteer service. Monthly training is mandatory for all counselors.