4-H Youth Development

4-H is a learn-by-doing educational program helping youth grow and develop into positive citizens through 4-H projects, teamwork, responsibility, problem solving, leadership development, community involvement, public speaking, record keeping, decision making and group activities.

4-H is not only learning, it’s FUN!

4-H Project Opportunities!

Using the 4-H Name and Emblem (Important Guidelines)

The name and emblem is a very important part of 4-H.  There are some important things to know about how it can be used.  Click on the clover image for the this and share it with your club members,parents and co-leaders.

4-H Emblem

Curry County 4-H Tshirts now available.

Tshirt information

Do you want your very own Curry County 4-H tshirt?  Get a great t-shirt with proceeds going to Curry County 4-H. Order information is here.

Become a 4-H Member

Want to Join 4-H?  With many different 4-H projects to choose from, Curry County 4-H is here for you.

Youth in 4-H are placed in divisions based on their grade in school. Youth ages 5 to 8 years old may participate in the 4-H Cloverbud program. Cloverbuds are led by trained 4-H volunteers. This non-competitive, group-oriented program allows youth to explore many topics such as natural resources, community, foods, science, art, and many more. Youth ages 9 (as of September 1 of year of enrollment) through 19 or your last year of High School may join 4-H project or community clubs, which are also led by trained volunteer 4-H leaders. Divisions are broken down by age as follows:

Ages 5-8
Ages 9-11
Ages 12-14 Intermediates
Ages 15-19

 Link to Oregon 4-H Age Policy

 Here is how to get started:

Look over the list of project areas and choose one or more in which you are interested. Youth Ages 5-8 will be offered our 4-H Cloverbud program.     

Contact our office regarding what clubs are accepting new members and how you can participate in an individual or community club.

Visit with adults you come in contact with and see if any of them are interested in becoming a 4-H volunteer leader. We are always looking for new 4-H leaders who are willing to lead or help lead a group of youth.  

Find out what's new in the Curry County 4-H program. Read our most recent Newsletter!

Check out Flat Lucky and find out how you can take him with you wherever you go and then show us where he's been! 




Margie House
Coordinator, 4-H Youth Development
Send an e-mail to Margie

Ruth Dixon
Education Program Assistant, 4-H Youth Development
Send an e-mail to Ruth

Briana Wallace
Education Program Assistant, 4-H Youth Development
Send an e-mail to Briana




Curry County Extension Office                           Phone: (541) 247-6672
29390 Ellensburg Avenue                                  Fax: (541) 247-2875
PO Box 488
Gold Beach, OR 97444

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