OHS clubs are for youth in grades 3-8 (for grades 9-12, see Teen Workshops below). All clubs meet once a month (except April), from October through May. Clubs take place at the Oregon Humane Society in our Education Hall from 5:45-7:30 pm.
Club members interact with shelter animals, take part in a humane education lesson or activity, and share a snack. In addition, members may help plan and carry out projects to benefit shelter animals. Members MUST wear long pants and closed-toed shoes to ALL club meetings.
We offer several Teen Workshop Nights where high school-aged youth (grades 9-12) can learn about current animal-related issues and work on projects to benefit the shelter animals.
Bring $5 if you want pizza for dinner (5:30-6 pm). We will provide beverages and dessert. Guest speakers begin promptly at 6 pm.
Number of participants is limited. Register by sending an email to Barb C., Humane Educator.
Keep checking our website for upcoming nights!