Craig County 4-H Program
The mission of the 4-H Youth Development Program is to provide Oklahoma youth, families, and communities with educational programs which will create environments for diverse audiences of youth and adults to reach their fullest potential. In support of this mission we will:
- Provide community based experiential learning through clubs, school enrichment, special interest programs, and mass media.
- Help youth develop skills that will benefit them throughout life.
- Foster leadership and volunteerism for youth and adults.
- Build internal and external partnerships for programming and resource development.
- Strengthen families and communities.
- Use research-based knowledge and the land grant university system and other sources.
For rules and age requirements about Oklahoma 4-H membership, please click on the following link:
The OSU 4-H website is:
Craig County 4-H Clubs and Leaders:
Bluejacket Country Kids - Amber Epperson & Annette Stelle - Leaders
Cowboy Junction - Kelli Lee, Leader
- Equine Excellence 4-H - Corinne Bridgeman & Sherrie Christian, Leaders
Golden Rocket 4-H - Cindy Harris, Leader
Handy Helpers Cloverbuds - Lorraine Pitts & Barbara Stecklein, Leaders
Helping Hands 4-H - Lorraine Pitts & Barbara Stecklein, Leaders
Livestock Judging - Kevin Long, Leader
Superior 4-H - Kim Woodward, Leader
The Bird Club - Roy Ball, Leader
White Oak Rancher 4-H - Amber Nichols, Leader
Each of these Craig County 4-H Clubs meet at least one time per month. The dates of each club meetings vary. If you are interested in joining one of these 4-H clubs, please contact the Craig County OSU Extension office at 918-256-7569 for details and enrollment instructions.
2012-2013 Craig County Leaders Federation Officers
President: Cindy Harris
Vice President: Corinne Bridgeman
Secretary: Kelli Lee
Treasurer: Lorraine Pitts