Warm clothes, coat, long pants, gloves and hat. ☑ Warm sleeping bag and air
mattress or foam pad (night temps are cold!) ☑ Extra blanket. ☑ Towel, washcloth
pants, gloves and hat.
Warm sleeping bag and air mattress or foam pad (night temps are cold!)
Extra blanket Towel, washcloth and soap Toothbrush, comb and/or brush
Rain gear Hiking boots (if you have them)
Flashlight Plenty of dry socks
Call the Morrow County Extension Office at 541-676-9642 for registration forms and information.
Warm clothes, coat, long
Things to bring:
Tri County 4-H Camp
WILD, WILD WEST!
Upon acceptance to camp, you will receive a letter with a detailed list of things to bring!
Due June 3, Camp is fill “first-come
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Register by June 3
June 21 - 24 Early Bird Registration Due: June 3rd
$65 Late Registration: After June 3rd
$75 Oregon State University Extension Service offers educational programs, activities, and materials without discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, disability, and disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran status. Oregon State University Extension Service is an equal opportunity employer.
4-H Camp SPACE IS LIMITED! First –come, first-served! Camp is limited to the first 75 to sign up. Register early to save $10 and guarantee your slot! Camp is open to youth in Gilliam, Morrow and Wheeler counties who have just finished the 4th-6th grade.
Camp Staff Cindy Osterlund Gilliam County 4-H Agent
Amy Derby Wheeler County 4-H Agent
Ashley Jones WHERE Cutsforth Park — Approximately 20 miles east of Heppner on Willow Creek Road. Camper’s parents are responsible for transportation to and from camp.
COST Register early and save! Sign up by June 3rd and pay $65. After that the cost is $75. Scholarships are available, $10 due with application. Contact the Extension office for availability.
Morrow County 4-H Agent Tracy Edwards and Mary Reser Camp Cooks Dr. Tracey Hanrahan Medical staff
Counselors High school youth from the tri county area serve as counselors. They have completed counselor training and have been approved by the 4-H agents.
Brittany Lesperance Morgan Haselbusch Madisen Haselbusch Alaxandria Dunn Amanda Rea Sydney Qualls
GREAT CLASSES and CRAFTS Outdoor Cooking, Roping, Horseshoe Picture Frames, Leathercraft & more. There will be lots to see, do, learn and explore!
ACTIVITIES Tent camping, singing & skits, campfire, games, crafts and “The Big Hike!”
Lexi Bray Macy Gibbs