Choctaw County 4-H
What is 4-H?
4-H is the largest youth organization in world. All 50 states and over 80 countries worldwide have 4-H programs. Open to all youth between the ages of 9 and 19, 4-H offers informal educational activities to help young people develop as individuals and responsible, productive citizens. In 4-H, participants "learn by doing" which involves a lot of hands on activities. "Cloverbuds" is a program for 5 to 8 year-olds and introduces the 4-H learning experience through a non-competitive educational program.
Educational programs are offered throughout the year which provides opportunities to meet new people from your community, other counties across Oklahoma and the nation. 4-H is for everyone and has something just right for you. 4-H can be a family affair.
Oklahoma 4-H Vision
Oklahoma is a national leader in developing youths' abilities to become productive citizens and catalysts for positive change to meet the needs of a diverse and changing society. Through 4-H youth development education, youth will:
- Feel valued and empowered as a resource in the community
- Practice effective problem-solving and decision making skills
- Be environmental stewards. Demonstrate positive character and ethical behavior
- Appreciate human differences. Have a strong sense of community and social responsibility
- Contribute to positive relationships with families, peers, and community
- Demonstrate communication and leadership skills
- Value lifelong learning
- Feel the personal pride that comes from achievement
Choctaw County Junior Livestock Show
Information on the Choctaw County Junior Livestock show information can be found in the in 2019-2020 handbook, for further questions please call (580) 326-3359.
Tulsa State Fair
Oklahoma Forest Heritage Center offers the Fred Dierks Educational Scholarship for college level forestry students. To apply please download and follow the instructions within the Fred Dierks Educational Scholarship application.