4-H members are youth in grades 4 through 12 who learn together in club settings led by volunteer 4-H leaders. Club members meet all year long to complete one of 40 or more projects. 4-H clubs usually have officers elected from their membership.
Some youth participate in 4-H school enrichment programs or other short-term special-interest programs. These short-term programs may be led by volunteers or teachers. Most programs focus on science-based curricula that support the latest educational goals for Oregon students.
Youth in grades K-3 may enroll in 4-H Cloverbud programs.
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February 16th - 4-H STEP Class - Science Exploration
February 16th - Special Award Applications DUE to Extension Office
February 19th - 4-H STEP Class - Horticulture
February 21st - 4-H STEP Class - Photography
February 28th - Beef Weigh-In, Polk County Fairgrounds, 8am - 9am
March 2nd - Crochet Club Class
March 2nd - Western Region 4-H Volunteer Forum. 6:30 - 8:00 pm Pacific Time. e-Session #3 of 3, "Youth Making Special Connections in Your Community." Extension Office
March 3rd - 4-H STEP Class - Folded Paper Boxes - Extension Office 5:30-7:00 pm
March 7th - Goat Clinic - Extension Office, 9am - 12pm
March 22nd - 25th - Oregon 4-H Experiencing Citizenship
March 23rd - 27th - Spring Break Fun Break Activities - Extension Office
March 31st - Horse Leader Meeting, Extension Office, 7pm
April 6th - Crochet Club Class
May 4th - Crochet Club Class
June 24th - 27th - Summer Conference, Corvallis
Judi Peters firstname.lastname@example.org Cell: 503-931-2578
503-623-8395 Office Phone
my HEAD to clearer thinking,
my HEART to greater loyalty,
my HANDS to larger service, and
my HEALTH to better living for my club, my community, my country, and my world.
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