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Welcome to the Beckham County 4-H Program and all the exciting challenges that lie ahead! 4-H is a family organization that offers any youth ages starting in Cloverbuds ages 5-8,  4-H youth 9-19 years of age an opportunity for year-round involvement. Volunteer adult leaders help members:


  • Select projects
  • Hold meetings & elect officers
  • Make exhibits; win ribbons and awards
  • Learn public speaking
  • Participate in events (camp, contests and workshops)
  • Keep project records
  • Have fun and meet new friends
  • Develop into productive citizens


Frequently Asked Questions


What is 4-H? 

A national organization that provides experiences for youth 5-19 years old, 4-H focuses on developing youth as individuals and responsible, productive citizens. 4-H involves youth in community-based clubs, school enrichment programs and both group and individual projects to develop the individual's four "H's" - Head, Heart, Hands and Health.


Who can be active in a 4-H club? 

Youth 5-19 years old can be club members. Adults are needed as volunteers. 4-H Alumni are needed as event judges, board members and in other volunteer positions. Parents can take an active role by being 4-H project leaders or helping in other ways.



How do I join 4-H?

In Beckham County, call the office at 580-928-2139. The 4-H Extension educator or Administrative Assistant will tell you which clubs are available and how to reach the club leader for meeting times, locations and help you with step by step instructions on how to enroll in the 4-H Zsuites program. 


How do I start a 4-H club?

We would be glad to help you start a 4-H club. If you have five or six friends who are interested and an adult willing to serve as a volunteer leader, we can work with you to make your club a success.


Is there cost to 4-H ?

A $20 per year 4-H Program Fee will be applied to all members who are 5 to 19 years of age, including cloverbuds. Families with three or more children enrolling will pay a $60 maximum fee. Of the $20 fee, $5 will be returned to the county. As part of the program fee, all 4-H members will be covered by the $1 per member accident insurance available through American Income Life as long as their enrollments are current and the injury took place during a 4-H activity. Funds raised will help provide educational, technical and logistical support to maintain a high quality program at the local, district and state levels for youth and volunteers. There may be costs associated with supplies for projects, or attending certain special events, such as camps, conferences, or workshops.  



Interested in 4-H?

Contact the Beckham County Extension Service at (580) 928-2139. Or stop by the office (8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) at 301 E Main ST. STE 3 (Northside Courthouse - Beckham ANNEX Building)  Sayre, Oklahoma 73662. 



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