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4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills.


Creek County 4-H Club membership is open to all youth in Kindergarten through 12th grade living in Creek County or enrolled in a Creek County School.

Creek County 4-H Handbook

The 4-H Handbook is a useful tool for every 4-H member. The handbook covers roles of 4-H members, parents, and volunteers, provides guidelines for 4-H awards, and has detailed information for every county 4-H event. It is a must have for every 4-H family. You can view the Creek County 4-H Handbook online or pick one up at the extension office.


Creek County 4-H Clubs


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  • County Events
    Listed below are events held in Creek County.
    • Creek County Fair
    • Dress Revue
    • Impressive Dress
    • Pumpkin Show
    • Dutch Oven Cook-off
    • County Rally
    • Food Showdown
    • Share-the-Fun
  • Record Books, Awards & Applications

    Record books, Clover Award Applications, and Teen Leadership applications are due annually by the first Monday in July. Listed below are the resources for 4-H members:


  • Bucket Calf Program

     View the Bucket Calf Program Information.


    The Calf Nomination Form is due June 17, 2020. Journals are due by September 4th. 


    Who: Youth who are enrolled in Creek County Schools, Home School Groups, or are residents in a Creek County. 4-H membership is not required to start the program, but youth must be enrolled in 4-H before the fair. Youth must be between the ages of 5 to 12 entering Kindergarten through 7th grade.


    What: Acquire a 1-10 day old beef or dairy calf, from April 15th-June 15th. You will care for the calf, break it to lead and maintain accurate feed, financial and health records including a journal of your experiences. You may nominate up to two calves no later than June 17th at the Creek County Extension Office. However, only one calf may be exhibited. Based on your age, you will be entered into one of three age groups (5 to 7 K-2, 8 to 10 3rd-5th, 11 to 12 6th-7th), and judged on your individual knowledge of your project. This program is designed to make sure you learn about livestock care and responsibility.


    When: Calves must be purchased between April 15th and June 15th.


    Saturday, September 26, 2020 -Showmanship Contest (Upon completion of the cattle show.) The Interview portion of the contest will be held 1 hour after showmanship concludes.


    Where: Creek County Fall Fair @ Creek County Fairgrounds


    Through this program, youth learn:

    • proper health care and nutritional requirements of young cattle;
    • basic beef management skills without a large investment; 
    • basic record-keeping skills;
    • a better understanding of the feeder cattle industry.
  • Pullet Chain

    Creek County 4-H Pullet Chain Logo.


    This program is sponsored by the Creek County 4-H Poultry Club. 4-H and FFA members (or potential members) will need contact the OSU extension office in February or March to participate.


    Youth will receive a designated number of pullets (female chicks) in April. The youth will then care for the chicks through the summer and bring 2 of their best pullets to the fall fair to show. The pullets will then be auctioned to the highest bidder. A portion of the proceeds will go back to the Poultry Club for awards and any additional profits will be retained by the exhibitor. Listed below are the resources for Pullet Chain:



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