For more than a century, the Oklahoma 4-H Youth Development program has provided programming
opportunities that help youth develop life skills such as public speaking, leadership,
citizenship and more. While 4-H has a rich history of agricultural-related programming,
the organization continues to meet the ever-changing needs of its members and strives
to offer high-quality programming in many different areas such as photography, companion
animals, geology, entomology, health and fitness, science and technology, safety,
robotics, shooting sports and wildlife, just to name a few.
There is a $20 per year 4-H Program Fee to join. Families with three or more children
enrolling will pay a $60 maximum fee. This fee will help ensure high-quality programming
at the local, district and state levels for youth and volunteers.
For more information about 4-H and the enrollment process, please contact Pamela Ward, McIntosh County Agriculture/4-H educator.