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Why 4-H Camp?
The best gift we can give our kids is to empower them with skills that will last for a lifetime, which is why parents have been sending their kids to 4-H summer camps for decades.
4-H was founded on the belief that when kids are empowered to pursue their passions and chart their own courses, their skills grow and take shape, helping them to become true leaders in their lives, careers and communities.
4-H is grounded in a deliberate, research-backed development and delivery model, which means at 4-H camp, kids learn critical life skills like resilience and independence. If we want our kids to be able to bounce back from adversity, stress, challenges and failures, teaching them resilience is key. Having experiences outside their comfort zones help young people become more resilient, more independent and better able to plan and reach their long-term goals.
Overnight Summer Camp
June 12-14, 2024
Northern Lakes Impact Center
For youth grades 3-7 (just completed)
Join Price, Taylor, & Langlade Counties for 3 days of FUN! Includes rock climbing, swimming, canoeing, games, campfires, and more, all in a safe and welcoming environment!!!
Registration Open March 4-May 17
Actual cost of camp is $185/camper but thanks to the generosity of the Price County 4-H Adult Leaders supplementing the fees, the cost to youth will be:
4-H EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES
are a great way for youth to explore outside of Price County! Youth have the opportunity to travel anywhere from five miles to over one thousand miles on educational experiences within their state, around the country, and internationally.
Many opportunities exist for youth to learn and explore new places!
Spirit-Hill-Ogema 4-H Fair
The Spirit-Hill-Ogema 4-H Fair takes place at the Spirit Town Hall in August. The fair is 80 years old! Join in the tradition and enter your cattle, goats, horses, pigs, photography, foods, plants, drawings, and much more!
This 4-H Fair is open to all 4-H members in Price County but . . . your club leader has to let the Spirit Hill Ogema 4-H Fair Board know by April of the current year that your club would like to exhibit.