4-H is the youth education program of OSU Extension Service and is the only youth development program connected to the land grant university system and guided by research-based knowledge. The 4-H Club experience for youth ages 5-19 and offers a wide variety of project areas. Reaching youth in Wasco County requires the help of volunteers! Do you have what it takes to become a 4-H Volunteer/Leader?
Lynette Ranney Black, 4-H Youth Development Faculty
Lu Seapy, 4-H Educational Program Assistant 2
Susan Coleman, 4-H Office Specialist 2
Camp Counselor Training is starting! These trainings are required for those wanting to be Junior Staff (12-13 yo); Counselors-in-Training (13-14 yo); or Counselors (14-19 yo) at 4-H Camp Morrow. Register now!
Western Regional Leader's Forum
The first virtual meeting of leaders in 13 Western States is Tuesday, January 27th. The topic is Youth Connect: At Great Meetings. Be inspired by adults (Oregon, Wisconsin) who help youth practice leadership at every age, and have fun at club meetings while learning and conducting business. See ways that 4-H club meetings are the right environment to include the essential elements: belonging, mastery, generosity and independence. For more information on these upcoming meetings, click here.