Ravalli County 4-H Junior Camp
4-H camp is an overnight program that fosters healthy living in the outdoors. Participating in camp programs help youth build self-confidence, meet new people, and experience new opportunities.
July 26-29, 2022 (Tuesday-Friday)
Loon Lake 4-H Camp – Big Fork, MT
4-H Age 8-13 (4-H Age is age of youth on Oct. 1, 2021)
$125 for current 4-H members
$150 for non 4-H members
Free for Counselors & Chaperones
Cost includes transportation, nine meals, snacks, cabin bunk with mattress, hot showers, canoeing, swimming, campfires, fun workshops, games, and dance.
Questions? Julie Barcus 406.381.2890 firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration link for 4-H participants and 4-H VolunteersRegistrations link for Non 4-H participants and ChaperonesCounselor application link for 4-H youthCounselor application link for non 4-H youth
Registration forms need to be completed by 4-H members, 4-H volunteers, External participants, Camp counselors, and Chaperones.
All paperwork and payments need to be submitted to the extension office.
All chaperones will be certified volunteers.
Register by Wednesday, July 8, 2022 or until full - Refunds until July 8, 2022
4-H Scholarships available for 4-H members: complete scholarship request form with application. Secure spot with $20 deposit per youth. Scholarship recipients will be notified as soon as possible.
There will be a CPR and First Aid holder and a certified lifeguard at camp.
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