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Oklahoma 4-H is dedicated to helping Oklahoma youth, families and communities reach their full potential. By providing hands-on programming and events in a large variety of projects, 4-H is not only helping youth learn the life skills they need to be the leaders of tomorrow, but it is also teaching its members they can lead today and can make tangible, significant changes in their clubs, their communities, their state and their world.

 

Whether you enjoy working with animals, building robots, taking photographs, singing or even collecting bugs, Oklahoma 4-H has a place for you and – if you put forth the effort – will give you a firm foundation to succeed in life, no matter what career path you choose!


4-H Clubs in Ottawa County

  • Afton 4-H Club
    Meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday at 3:30 pm in Mrs. Clogston's classroom. Afton 4-H Leader Mary Clogston: For more information contact the OSU Extension Office, (918) 542-1688
  • Commerce/Quapaw 4-H Club

    Currently needing an adult volunteer for this club. For more information contact the OSU Extension Office, (918) 542-1688

  • Fairland 4-H Club
    Leader is Kathy Brock : Meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday at 3:20 pm in the FFA Ag Room : For more information contact the OSU Extension Office at (918) 542-1688
  • Miami 4-H Club
    Leader is Jimmy Cox. Meetings are 3rd Monday each month at 6:30 pm at the Sunflower Ranch, across from the fairgrounds. For more information contact the OSU Extension Office at (918) 542-1688
  • Wyandotte 4-H Club
    Leader is Kathy Brock : Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday at 3:20 pm in the Wyandotte School cafeteria : For more information contact the OSU Extension Office at (918) 542-1688
  • Ottawa County Shooting Sports Club

    OCSS is for youth ages 9-19 that live or go to school in Ottawa County. The youth must be enrolled in 4-H to participate.

     

    Ottawa County Shooting Sports

    • Certified Shooting Sports Coaches are required to attend a 2-day training in the discipline they would like to be involved with.
    • Archery, Air Rifle/Pistol, .22 Rifle/Pistol, Muzzleloader, Shotgun, Western Heritage, & Hunting & Wildlife.
    • Each County must also have a County Coordinator.
    • Contact Ottawa County OSU Extension 918-542-1688 for more information
    • Certified Coaches
    • Jimmy Cox--.22 Rifle/Pistol  & Air Rifle/Pistol, Shotgun, & Archery

    WE NEED MORE ADULT VOLUNTEERS!  IF INTERESTED CONTACT JIMMY OR THE OFFICE!!!

     

    Practice Schedule
    Air Pistol/Rifle,  .22 Pistol/Rifle, & Archery Must be at least 9 years old.

    Sunflower Ranch ( Across from the Fairgrounds)

     

    Shotgun. must be at least 10 years old.
    Shawnee Skies- 11245 S 705 Rd, Wyandotte, OK ( off of State line road, Hwy 10)

     

    All participants must have a 4-H Enrollment form, Medical Forms, and a parent/guardian present.Members must also have hunter safety cards.

  • Ottawa County Horse Club

    Want to join the OCHC ? 4-H Enrollment is available at the Ottawa County Extension Office. Or you can enroll online! Follow the next links.

  • Ottawa County Dog Club

    Classes start the first Tuesday after school is out in May.They will be held every Tuesday evening at 6:30 at the Miami Fairgrounds up until the fair. To be eligible to compete at the dog show during the fair, you and your dog must participate in 3 classes, and all dogs must have current shots.

    Dog Club leader is Deanna Steinbach. 

     

    For more information contact the OSU Extension Office at (918) 542-1688

 

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