Spring Break Day Camps
We have two days and three camps available for kids to learn this spring break!

March 14th, our Metro North 4-H Club will be hosting a Healthy Living Day Camp. Kids will learn food preparation and safety skills while preparing lunch and snacks; Use My Plate to plan meals and snacks; Incorporate 60 min of daily physical activity in fun ways; Care for their mind by learning about mental health and mindfulness; Care for their eyes when using digital devices. This day camp will be geared toward children ages 6-11, lunch will be provided, the cost is $5 per child, and they will be with us from 9am to 3pm.

On March 16th, our Team OKC Robotics 4-H Club will be hosting TWO workshop sessions. The early session, 9am to noon, will focus on programming. Kids will learn how to program and operate the Lego Spike Prime robot. The later session, 1pm to 4pm, will focus on operating and competing with a Lego Battlebot in the Sumobot area. This day camp will be geared toward children ages 9-12, the cost is $30 for one session or $50 for both sessions. Children attending both S.T.E.M. sessions will need to bring a sack lunch.

All camps will be located at 2500 NE 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK, 73111. Payment and registration must be complete by March 7th at 4:00 pm. You may pay with cash or check in person or call 405-713-1125 to pay with a card over the phone. Ask for Caitlyn.
Spring Fling Dance
Oklahoma County 4-H is hosting a Spring Fling Dance on March 25th from 6-9 pm. The cost is $15 before March 17th or $20 at the door. We will have a concession stand with refreshments for purchase. Children ages 8-18 are welcome; you don't have to be a 4-H member to attend, so invite your friends! Wear your Sunday Best and get ready to get your groove on! Sign up below. Call 405-713-1125 to pay. All proceeds benefit Oklahoma County 4-H programs.
State 4-H Ambassadors continue to make the best better
Oklahoma 4-H’ers looking to further develop the life skills they have learned in 4-H should consider applying to become a State 4-H Ambassador. For more than a quarter of a century, club members have been serving as ambassadors to the Oklahoma 4-H Youth Development program, and continuing to make the best better.

Cathy Allen, 4-H curriculum coordinator at the State 4-H Office at Oklahoma State University said applications to be part of this select group are due March 15. Applicants must be 13 years of age or older by the application deadline and have at least one year of high school remaining.

County Council Meeting
Oklahoma County 4-H invites all 4-H Members and Families to join us for a Council Meeting. The Adult Council will host the parents and volunteers in a business meeting and committee work while the Teen Council will host the 4-H members in a short business meeting, educational leadership lesson, and we will also do committee work.

6:00 pm-7:30 pm
March 20, 2023
2500 NE 63rd St, Oklahoma City, OK 73111
(The Conference Center is behind our office.)
Camp Counselor Applications
Oklahoma and Canadian County Jr. 4-H Summer Camp will be June 14th-16th at Canyon Camp and Conference Center in Hinton, OK. This year we will also be offering a Teen Retreat June 12th-14th open to youth 13 years of age and older as of 1/1/2023. Camp Counselors & Jr. Counselors that attend the teen retreat will depart mid-morning on Monday, June 12th and stay the full week while Junior Campers arrive in the afternoon on Wednesday, June 14th around 4 pm.
We will have approximately 10 leadership positions available for 4-H’ers at camp. Everyone in a leadership position will be involved in the planning of camp, including theme selection and program design. Determine which of the following you would like to apply for and return the enclosed application by March 23! Indicate on the application in what role(s) you are interested in serving, but your role will be up to the discretion of your County Educator.
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