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4-H is an informal, educational youth development program conducted by the Oregon State University Extension Service. Extension staff members work with advisory groups to provide a program that meets the county needs. Members belong to a club/group led by volunteer leaders and take part in club activities such as community service, educational tours, and fun events. In addition to club activities, there is a wide variety of enrichment activities offered at the county, state, national, and international levels.

4-H leaders are trained volunteers who have enrolled with the Extension Service. They present information provided by Extension and Oregon State University. 4-H helps young people discover and develop life skills and set personal goals. Involvement in project areas gives members the help needed to improve specific skills and explore new ones. Activities within clubs also introduce members to the importance of helping others through community service.

4-H project areas that are currently offered in Lake County:

  • Clothing (sewing)
  • Food & Nutrition (cooking)
  • Fiber Arts
  • Lego’s (science and engineering)
  • Crochet & Knitting
  • Leathercraft
  • Horse
  • Archery
  • Market Livestock (Beef, sheep, swine, goats, rabbits & poultry)
  • Breeding Livestock (Beef, sheep, swine, goats, rabbits & poultry)
  • Gardening

 

If you would like more information on enrolling your child in the Lake County 4-H Youth Development Program please contact the Lake County Extension Office.

 

OSU 4-H Youth Development Homepage

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