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

 

What is 4-H?

4-H is a volunteer led, educational program that supplements the teaching of home, church, and school.  It is an informal educational program for all boys and girls 9 to 18 years of age whether they live in town, the country, or on a farm.  The state-wide approved ages for participation in Extension 4-H and Youth programs begin with the 9th birthday and continue through the calendar year in which the individual reaches 18.  Boys and girls ages 5 to 8 have the opportunity to join our non-competitive program called 4-H Cloverbuds.

 

4-H is kids having fun and learning with their friends.


Motto

“To Make The Best Better”


Pledge

I Pledge

My head to clearer thinking,

My heart to greater loyalty,

My hands to larger service,

And

My health to better living,

for my club, my community,

my country, and my world.

 

Age of Membership

4-H membership is open to all youth who are 9 years of age and have not passed their 19th birthday by January 1 of the current year.


Projects

Other than age, the only requirement for 4-H membership is that the 4-H’er enrolls in at least one project.  There are nearly 50 project areas to choose from.  Members are expected to complete the projects in which they enroll. View the different 4-H Projects.

 


Leaders

Adults serve as two types of 4-H leaders:  project (subject matter teachers) and community (organization leaders).  Helping youth grow through their 4-H opportunities can be a very rewarding experience for adult volunteers.

Volunteer Resources


Newsletters


 Texas County 4-H Clubs & Leaders

4-H Clubs Meeting Location Leader’s Name Contact Number

Goodwell Eagles 

4-H Club

Goodwell Community Building 2nd Sunday @ 3 P.M.  Rebecca Brace
beccag_03@hotmail.com
(580) 461-0727
Goodwell Cloverbuds Goodwell Community Building 2nd Sunday @ 3 P.M.  Rebecca Brace
beccag_03@hotmail.com
(580) 461-0727

Guymon Jr.

4-H Club

OSU Extension Office-Guymon 1st Thursday @ 6. P.M. 

Consuelo McFadden
consuelomcfadden@gmail.com

(580) 651-7979
Guymon Cloverbuds OSU Extension Office-Guymon 1st Monday @ 5:30 P.M. 

TBA

OSU Extension 

(580) 338-7300
Guymon 4-H Club Guymon Library-2nd Monday @  6 P.M.  Sherry Lindley 
slindleyatptsi@gmail.com
(580) 651-3162

Loyal Doers

4-H Club

Olive Warner Library in Hooker-2nd Tuesday @ 6:30 P.M.

Brad James

brad.james1742@gmail.com

(580) 651-1742
Hooker Cloverbuds Hooker Elementary Cafeteria- 3rd Monday @ 4 P.M. 

TBA

OSU Extension 

(580) 338-7300
Texhoma Tumbleweeds TBA

TBA

OSU Extension 

(580) 338-7300
Tyrone 4-H Club Tyrone Library-3rd Sunday @ 2 P.M.

Shelia Rogers

s.nadean@hotmail.com

(580) 461-7821

Yarbrough

4-H Club

Yarbrough High School-2nd Wednesday @ 3:45 P.M.

Marisa Lopez

mlopez@yarbrough.k12.ok.us

(918) 607-6466

Resources

 

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