Enrollment

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Opportunities

There are many activities for 4-H members at the county, state, national and international level. Below is a listing of current 4-H Clubs in Curry County.

Clubs

Brookings Livestock          Livestock Unlimited
Chetco Critters Club Rail Riders
Rogue Riders Talk to the Hoof
TEN Ring Shooters Shoot Gold Archery
Tsunami Surfers
Borderline Surfers

Who can join?

Youth in grades K-12

Cloverbuds

4-H for K-3rd grade

Cloverbuds gain confidence, develop a love of learning, find an understanding and appreciation of social and cultural diversity and gain positive self-concept. Cloverbud clubs may focus on one topic or dabble in a variety of topics and activities. These may include: Foods, Nutrition, Art Projects, Small Animal Care, Recycling, Earth Science, Family Celebrations Around the World, Puppetry, and more.

How to Enroll

  1. New enrollments are accepted year round. A discount is available for those who join before January 25. Most clubs begin in October at the start of the 4-H year and continue throughout the year.
  2. Pick a project. You may choose more than one.
  3. Contact the Extension Office for a list of clubs and leaders currently active in your location and area of project interest.
  4. To learn more about a club, call the leader to arrange a club visit. Some clubs reach capacity early. Placement is not guarenteed.
  5. Complete the required 4-H enrollment packet (see below). Also available in the OSU Extension Office and through club leaders.
  6. Turn in your completed enrollment along with County fee ($18 until Jan. 25th). Plus $1 insurance fee ($2 for horse and shooting sports). After January 31st fee increases to $23 (plus the cost of insurance).

4-H Enrollment Packet

  • Enrollment Form
  • Health Form
  • Liability Waiver
    • Group: Curry County 4-H Youth Development
    • Activity: Membership
    • Text Box: Risks associated with participation may vary according to the nature of the program or activity (e.g. use of equipment or tools related to learning projects). I understand that I may contact an OSU Extension Employee to learn more about risks.
  • Code of Conduct