- Monday, November 13, 2023 6:15 pm
- Dimond Recreation Center large meeting room
- NEW MEMBER WELCOME!!!!
- Celebratory Refreshments!
- Club House Get-To-Know-You Meetings
- OT4H 2022-2023 Club Awards
- Project Reports
- Door Prizes
- To Bring
- Water Bottle
- Children's Book for donation to Little Free Library
- Extra Credit: a FRIEND not currently enrolled in Oak Town 4-H
Hello Oaktown 4-Hers, we will be kicking off Fall Hiking this year with 3 different trails. I will be the junior leader and our 2 co-leaders are Allie and Erich. Just like last year, the hikes will be informative, have nice views, and a breath of fresh air.
Hike 1 - Saturday, November 11 - Cameron Loop Trail at Chabot
Regional Park (10:00 AM start)
The first hike is at Lake Chabot Regional Park on the Cameron Loop Trail. That will be next Saturday on November 11th. It has abundant views of the lake for taking great pictures and experiencing unique biomes.
Map Link Here
Hike 2 - Saturday, December 2 -
Wildcat Gorge, Meadows Bay and Canyon and Curran Trail at Tilden Regional Park (10:00 AM start)
Our second hike will be at Tilden Regional Park at the Wildcat Gorge, Meadows Bay and Canyon and Curran Trail. Tilden is known for having some of the most beautiful birds in the East Bay!
Map Link Here
Hike 3 - TBD, January 2024 - Alhambra
Creek Trail at Briones Regional
Park in Contra Costa County (10:00 AM start)
Our final hike will then be at Briones Regional Park on the Alhambra Creek Trail. It has incredible grasslands and untouched oak lands.
Map Link Here
RSVP and Questions?
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October Oak Town 4-H Meeting Info
The Officer Team has many fun Halloween-related games, activities and contests planned for the October Oak Town 4-H Club Meeting. The agenda includes:
So we’d like to talk about bringing a buddy to 4-H. We are trying to let more kids know what 4-H is about this year. You can bring your friends, your buddies, your school mates, your cousins, your siblings, anyone in your family or outside your family.
Our goal is just have more people learn about and maybe join our 4-H Club. When you bring your buddy, you will show them what 4-H means to you and they can do the same activities as you, but you will guide them. You can bring them anytime to the monthly meeting.
Nyla , Recreation Leader
Join us for our FIRST Oak Town 4-H Club Meeting of the 2023-2024 4-H Program Year!
Learn about 4-H in your community. Meet our teen leaders and adult volunteers. Find out what project areas we will be offering this year.
Youth-led games and activities for current and potential youth members and more detailed information on the what's, why's. how's and where's of 4-H in general and Oak Town 4-H specifically.
More information on the 2023-2024 Oak Town 4-H Program Year coming soon.
MAY Oak Town 4-H Club Meeting
Parents are invited to join in a parent meeting while the members are meeting in their club houses at our May 4-H Club Meeting. How has the year been going for YOUR family? Are there things our club can do to improve your 4-H experience? Do you have enough information about the coming County Fair participation and alternate-county 4-H Camp invites? Come and share your thought so we can continue to strive "To Make the Best Better".
Oak Town 4-H will be nominating and electing officers for the coming 2023-2024 4-H year. If you are interested in helping Oak Town 4-H Club out by being part of the club's leadership team, consider running for an office for the coming year.
Below are the expectations and job descriptions of our Officer Team:
GENERAL EXPECTATIONS OF ALL OFFICERS:
PRESIDENT (13 and over)
VICE PRESIDENT (13 and over)
SECRETARY (11 and over)
TREASURER (12 and over)
COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER (11 and over)
COMMUNITY SERVICE/CITIZENSHIP OFFICER (10 and over)
HISTORIAN (10 and over)
SERGEANT AT ARMS (10 and over)
HEALTHY LIVING OFFICER/RECREATION LEADER (9 and over)
HOSPITALITY OFFICER (9 and over)
Parent Help Needed!
Our April Club Meeting will involve creating quick and simple crafts for both Fair Entry and Community Service. Our teen leaders will be leading their Club House members in these activities as they rotate through them. However we need 2 adults at each of the tables to help with 2 things. First, all of the crafts for fair entry need to be photographed so they can be entered online. We need a parent at each table to take a photo of the completed craft both with the member's info card (for ID purposes) and alone for the actual entry. These images need to be able to be sent or shared with email@example.com. The second parent is needed to sort of reorganize the table supplies between the club house rotations and pick it up when the craft fair is over. The tables are scheduled to be active between about 6:20 and 7:10. If you are available and can help with this, please let us know and come a little before the meeting start time so we can go over the needs in more detail.
Monday, February 13, 2023