31 Last day to register for Summer Conference
1 Tri-County 4-H Camp Early Bird Registration Deadline
1 Arlington Record Book Clinic 5:30 pm - 7 pm at the AGS Computer Lab
1 Swine Weigh-Ins need to be scheduled with the office
5 Sheep Weigh-In 10-2pm at the Fairgrounds
5 Swine Weigh-In day - Monica to come around to members
6 Swine Weigh-In 5:30-7pm at the Open Country
8 Camp Counselor BBQ 6:00 pm at Burns Park, Condon
16-19 Tri-County 4-H Camp at Cutsforth Park
20-22 State Shooting Sports Contest
22-25 Summer Conference at OSU in Corvallis
13 Cloverbud Day Camp
OSU Summer Conference - Registration open May 15 - June 1
12-18 years - Dates June 22-25, 2016 - Free to Gilliam County Youth. Required scholarship application and $100 deposit. (Deposit is refunded after you attend) $240 covered by the Walt and Florence Jaeger Endowment. For Gilliam County 4-H members only. Be sure and sign up for the bus picking up 4-H members in Arlington.
This year's camp theme is College Sports: Clash of the Clovers! Camp is open to 4-H members who just completed the 4th - 6th grades! A deposit of $20 is required with the scholarship application and registration form. Cost to attend is $75 without scholarship application. Late registration (After June 1st) is $85. The scholarship is sponsored by the Walt and Florence Jaeger Endowment. For Gilliam County 4-H members only. Come spend 4 days at Cutsforth Park near Heppner!
Watch for your packet that will be sent June 30, 2016 if you qualified for state fair.
Gilliam County 4-H Awards Banquet - Oct 2, 2016 - 4-6 pm - Arlington
Celebrate the end of the 4-H year with certificates of accomplishment and gifts for all members in attendance, awards and great food! Record books will be available for pick up.
Reenrollment for 2016-17 forms will be available at the banquet. Register for the year early and get all the information and schedules.
Eastern Oregon Leadership Retreat - April 22-24, 2016 - Road Trip to Leadership
This year, about 100 4-H members from Baker, Harney, Gilliam, Grant, Union, Wheeler, and Wallowa Counties as well some participants from the Portland Metro area, stayed the first night in Arlington and then traveled to OMSI in Portland on Saturday. While traveling the Columbia Gorge, participants stopped at the Maryhill Museum's Stonehenge, Bonneville Dam, and Multnomah Falls. The participants also attended classes related to team building, leadership, and eating healthy and being active. All of the participants and volunteers had a wonderful time!