Payne County 4-H
The mission of the 4-H Youth Development Program is to provide Oklahoma youth, families, and communities with educational programs that will create environments for diverse audiences of youth and adults to reach their fullest potential by developing and enhancing skills for living.
4-H is an organization for all youth, ages 8 and in the 3rd grade to 12 grade. It dedicates itself to the development of youth, encouraging them to recognize their strengths and weaknesses and to build a better self, community and world.
4-H was established by an act of Congress as the youth organization of the land-grant college system. The 4-H program in Oklahoma is conducted by Oklahoma State University and Langston University. The county 4-H program is under the immediate supervision of the Cooperative Extension Service educators. Local 4-H clubs are supervised by local volunteer leaders.
- What does 4-H have to offer my child?
- New friends, opportunities to develop public speaking skills, shared experiences, and participate in cooperative learning through local meetings, fairs and shows, educational tours, judging, demonstrations, recreational activities and county camps.
- Training in citizenship, leadership, and character development.
- Pride of ownership; Pride of workmanship
- Leadership opportunities through local meetings, county activities, district and state conferences
- Career exploration and life skill development through projects.
- Recognition for work accomplished - county medals, cash awards, trips and college scholarships.
- Payne County 4-H Club Leaders Information and Forms
- Leader Financial Information 1
- Cash Documentation Form
- Request for Agency Check
- Request for Reimbursement
Working with Minors Training:
- Log in to your family’s 4-H Online account.
- Click the Edit button, next to the volunteer’s/member’s name. 3. Click the “Training” link at the top of the page.
- Click Sign Up for Training.
- Select a Training, click the “Sign-up” button to enroll.
- Click on the hyperlinked course name. The course content will open in a pop-up screen. Adobe Flash will be needed to run the program. Once the session is finished, the status will show “Completed” on your county records. Status showing “Incomplete?” Click the ”Edit/View” button to continue or complete the training.
- Payne County 4-H Record Book Information
- 2020 Payne County Spring Livestock Show