Cleveland County Cooperative Extension
4-H Youth Development
The 4-H Youth Development program for Cleveland County, Oklahoma. Serving the communities of Norman, Moore, Little Axe, Noble, and Lexington.
The 4-H Youth Development Program provides Oklahoma youth, families, and communities with educational programs that create environments for diverse audiences of youth and adults to reach their fullest potential. 4-H focuses on developing youth as individuals and responsible, productive citizens by involving youth in community-based clubs, school enrichment brochure and both group and individual projects to develop the individual's four "H's" - HEAD, HEART, HANDS, HEALTH.
Cleveland County youth ages 9 to 19 can be club members. Cleveland County also offers a non-competitive program for ages 5 to 8 called Cloverbuds. Adult volunteers supervise the 4-H activities. Parents can take an active role by being 4-H project leaders or helping in other ways. Alumni of 4-H and volunteers are needed as event judges and project leaders. For a listing of 2015-2016 Club Leader Information Please call 405-321-4774 to get connected with a club.
The 2015-2016 4-H Yearbook and the 2015-2016 Cloverbud Handbook are available online to view, download and print. Also, Cleveland County Club Forms needed throughout the year are available online. See the 2016 4-H Enrollment Form and Participation/Medical Form 1 and Prescription Medication Form
Club Resources for record keeping, club management, and service work.
State 4-H publications are available at:
State 4-H awards information is available at: http://oklahoma4h.okstate.edu/awards/
Cleveland County 4-H Contacts
4-H youth Development Educator: Jenni Cook
4-H Youth Development/AG Educator: Brad Secraw
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